Tag: medicine

Reading the Unconscious Mind Under General Anesthesia

In September, eight researchers came to Massachusetts General Hospital to compete in our first-ever Art of Talking Science competition during HUBweek. Each researcher had four minutes to present their science to an audience of 200 people and a panel of judges, and then received feedback on how well they communicated the impact and significance of their work. Participants included scientists […]

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The Mass General Research Institute: Transforming Medicine Through Innovation

Massachusetts General Hospital is home to the largest hospital-based research enterprise in the U.S., with an annual budget of $928 million in 2018. The Mass General Research Institute was established in 2015 to support, guide and promote the hospital’s research enterprise. The Mass General Research Institute is built on a culture of excellence, compassion and […]

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When Medicine Meets the Arts

Did you know that Mass General has an official “writer-in-residence?” Primary care physician Suzanne Koven, MD, is first to hold the role in the hospital’s 200+ year history. Koven, whose work frequently appears in the Boston Globe and other publications, has observed that medicine’s crucial element—the clinician-patient relationship—has become threatened as the profession becomes increasingly technology-driven. She and other […]

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