Featured In Orthopaedics
For individual patients with operable cancer that has metastasized to the spine, a new nomogram accurately estimates 3- and 12-month survival to help orthopedic oncologists choose the best surgical approach. The nomogram will soon be available as a website and mobile app.
Featured In Neuroscience
Childbirth is commonly thought to be a happy event with happy outcomes, but research shows that most women report some degree of "postpartum blues." PTSD researcher Sharon Dekel, PhD, seeks to better understand the postpartum mental health challenges faced by mothers and why some women struggle while others thrive.
Featured In Cardiovascular
From machine learning to metabolic disease, the topics discussed and presented by Mass General clinicians and researchers at #2018 foster a dialogue that contributes to the transformation of cardiovascular care in the practice setting and the improvement of heart health for patients.
Enrolling pregnant women in a novel research study! We are examining the strength of bonding between mother and infant following consumption of a potentially milk-promoting hormone.
We are asking teens ages 14-16 and one of their parents to be part of our study on brain connections in adolescence. Teens and parents will answer questions about thoughts and feelings, and teens will get MRI brain scans.