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Posts by Marc D. Succi, MD


Dr. Succi is an attending emergency radiologist and founder and Executive Director of the MESH Incubator at Mass General, as well as faculty at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Succi’s work is focused on device invention, intellectual property, operations, business-in-medicine, medical content production, and education. He holds multiple published or pending patents, several of which are licensed to public and private biotechnology companies. He is the founder of two medically-focused startups.

Dr. Succi has been named to the Forbes Magazine Top 30 Under 30 in Science and Healthcare List, won the MIT Data Prize, named one of the top Outstanding Young Entrepreneurs and Innovators by CEO World, and was awarded Governor General’s Medal of Canada. Dr. Succi is the only person to have won the Massachusetts Medical Society Information Technology Award twice throughout the award's 20 year history. He is most recently a recipient of the Thrall Innovation Grant. 

Dr. Succi is the Founder and Executive Director of the Medically Engineered Solutions in Healthcare (MESH) Incubator at MGH, a first-in-kind division designed to harness ground-level clinical needs into patentable and licensable intellectual property. MESH collaborates with both internal Harvard labs as well as external industry, MIT, Harvard Business School and many others. MESH holds multiple pending or published patents and is the creator of the first integrated innovation curriculum in a medical training program ( He is also the Principal Investigator of the MGH Radiology MESH Innovation in Operations Research center (MESH IO), and directly oversees 20 trainees and students in this role. 

Dr. Succi is the founder and Chief Editor of 2 Minute Medicine®, an award-winning medical publishing company and peer-reviewed medical news and content licensor. The organization licenses its original medical content and news to industries around the globe, including the biotech, pharma, publishing, imaging, and education industries. He leads a staff of over 40 physicians and medical professionals in this role (

Mass General Imaging

For over 100 years, the Department of Radiology at Massachusetts General Hospital has pioneered imaging technology to improve human health. Today, our researchers develop powerful new ways to diagnose and treat many diseases. From the lab to the clinic, our community of radiologists and researchers brings advances directly to our patients.