Featured In Orthopaedics
Massachusetts General Hospital's Foot and Ankle Research and Innovation Lab (FARIL) and the SORG Research Group have combined their diverse, international teams to conduct clinical research and develop medical devices and AI-based clinical decision support tools for use in the field of orthopedic surgery and beyond.
Featured In Neuroscience
Carolyn McDonald, DNP, developed a novel, web-based curriculum—Moving through Miscarriage—aimed at increasing the confidence levels of medical professionals caring for patients experiencing miscarriages. She's presenting her research at the upcoming 36th annual American Psychiatric Nurses Association convention.
Featured In Pulmonary and Critical Care
First-in-Human Trial: Implanted Microdevice for Testing Patient Sensitivity to Multiple Chemotherapeutic Agents in NSCLC
In a first-in-human trial conducted by Yolonda L. Colson, MD, PhD, and colleagues, a multidrug-eluting microdevice implanted intraoperatively into non-small cell lung tumors proved safe and feasible for in situ chemotherapeutic sensitivity testing and was reliably removable by pathologists.
The study involves multiple visits over 6 months. You will complete an 8-week stress reduction treatment that includes a medical device worn in the ear and attend MRI and PET scans. You will also complete daily migraine diaries online.
We are seeking individuals who self-identify as having high stress to participate in a randomized study using a mindfulness-based, stress-reduction intervention and PET-MR imaging.