MRI has revolutionized our understanding of the brain in both health and disease. But because of its speed, it doesn’t always meet the needs of today’s cutting-edge applications. Kawin Setsompop is looking to change this.
Martinos Center News
For all the history of shamanic rituals, for all their significance to the human experience, we've known very little about the neural underpinnings of trance. Until now.
Chemical & Engineering News includes Jacob Hooker in its first annual Talented 12 feature, highlighting young investigators who are doing groundbreaking work in the field.
The Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) held its annual meeting last month and members of the Caravan Lab in the MGH Martinos Center were widely recognized for their contributions.
Popular Science covers a study by Marco Loggia and colleagues demonstrating visualization of chronic pain with PET-MR.
When Jody Camerario Roberts crosses the stage at Bunker Hill Community College this weekend she will have reached a milestone decades in the making.
New technology developed at the Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging at Massachusetts General Hospital, by Giorgio Bonmasar and colleagues, may extend the benefits of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to many patients whose access to MRI is currently limited.
In the New York Times Sunday Review, the Martinos Center's Lisa Feldman Barrett discusses the possible role of “affective realism” - the tendency of your feelings to influence what you see - in police shootings.
He was chosen for the award for his project, "Magnetic Particle Imaging for Breast Cancer Screening and Monitoring."
Jacob Hooker has been awarded a prestigious grant from the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation. The grant will support work by his group exploring the underpinnings of such disease.