Tag: Russell Museum

Museum and Ether Dome Offer Insights Into the Hospital’s History

(Editor’s note: This summer, the Mass General Research Institute has two communications interns working with us as we work to highlight all of the research that takes place across Massachusetts General Hospital. Here is a post from our intern Milo Goodman.) One major highlight of my first week as a Communications Intern was visiting the […]

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SharingClinic, To Help Patients Tell Their Stories, Opens At Mass. General Hospital

“As a patient and a doctor, Brewster yearned for a therapeutic arena in which patients could tell their full health stories and feel they were actually heard, not rushed out the door; and where doctors, as well, could share a little more with patients.” LEARN MORE

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Mass General’s History of Research Innovation

Did you know that biomedical research has been part of Massachusetts General Hospital since its founding over 200 years ago, and has led to such innovations as: The use of general anesthesia in ether The modern PET scan A bionic pancreas A chip that detects circulating tumor cells in the blood And a vaccine for […]

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Mass General Museum Director Takes Medical Museums Association Post

Sarah Alger, director of the Paul S. Russell, MD Museum of Medical History and Innovation at Massachusetts General Hospital, has been named vice president of the Medical Museums Association. The association promotes collaboration among individuals, institutions, and organizations involved in collecting, preserving and interpreting artifacts relating to the history of medicine and the health sciences. The Russell Museum, by the […]

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