The publication asks: Will football be saved by a "long-haired, bespectacled nerd" developing MRI-based methods for free radical detection?
Martinos Center News
Writer Bethany Halford talked to Jacob Hooker and toured the radiochemistry labs in the Martinos Center.
Blogger Tom Ulrich checks in with the Martinos Center's Lino Becerra about the possibility of obtaining objective, quantitative measures of pain.
The Hooker Research Group at the Martinos Center is excited to announce the publication of a new method for functional positron emission tomography imaging of glucose metabolism.
Advocacy group Autism Speaks has named Nicole Zurcher Wimmer one of the 2014 class of Meixner Postdoctoral Fellows in Translational Research.
Here at the Martinos Center, we are exceptionally proud of our young investigators and always excited to note their achievements. These three researchers have recently received awards recognizing the important work they have already done and will surely continue to do.
A June 12th post on Boston's WBUR's website highlighted images showing some of the cutting-edge techniques scientists are using to explore the trillions of connections between the neurons in the human brain. Among them: A map of nerve fibers obtained by the the Martinos Center's Zeynep Saygin.
Growing up in Europe, Eszter Boros had no concept of what roller derby was. But one day on a whim, after moving to Boston, she decided to look into it.
On June 26, Bruce Rosen will participate in a special surgical competition—dubbed "Operation 5,000"—to support the My Giving Helps: MGH Fund + United Way employee campaign.
Young investigators from the Martinos Center were recognized at the 2014 Research Fellows Poster Celebration, sponsored by the MGH Office for Research Career Development (ORCD).