The Martinos Center is home to approximately 120 faculty members and more than 100 postdoctoral research fellows and graduate students, and is a resource to hundreds of researchers and students throughout Boston, the United States and the world. Our research faculty are basic scientists and clinicians interested in a broad range of biologically and medically important questions. They work in conjunction with our physical scientists and engineers to develop new imaging technologies and research applications, and to bring these developments to the sphere of medical care.
The Center includes investigators and their laboratories based at the MGH research campus in Charlestown, as well as numerous other researchers from various departments within MGH, and other local, national and international institutions. Most Martinos Center-based faculty members have primary appointments in Radiology at MGH, some with secondary appointments at MIT. Several of our investigators from other MGH departments and other institutions work here at the Center, while even more conduct long- and short-term imaging studies at the Center and maintain their base elsewhere. Scientific investigation and technology development is funded through government, industry and other research grants.