Chronic misuse of alcohol results in measurable damage to the brain that can impact one's ability to get and stay sober, according to a new study by the Martinos Center's David Salat and colleagues.
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MGH investigators have developed a system to accurately track the dynamic process of falling asleep, something has not been possible with existing techniques.
In 1969, David Cohen and James Zimmerman were the first to measure the magnetic field from a human heart using the technology.
The Martinos Center's Dara Manoach and Andre van der Kouwe have been awarded a new grant to advance the study of brain networks in children with autism.
The Martinos Center's Gaelle Desbordes is speaking at the inaugral “Integrative Medicine Research Forum” today, at the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Brigham & Women's Hospital.
The Martinos Center's Van Wedeen cropped up in a recent "Focus on Careers" feature.
In an article published on Wednesday, The New York Times checks in with Martinos Center researcher Jodi Gilman about relationships between marijuana use and brain development and behavior.
These august institutions begin life as little more than good ideas. Trace the origins of the Society for Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy.
This week's issue of the Boston Globe Magazine is devoted to the human brain. So it only makes sense that its editors turned to Bruce Rosen, director of the MGH Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, to talk about brain imaging.
Karen Dervin has been acting and directing in theater for years. She occasionally also works as an extra in movies in TV, including in the Robert Downey, Jr., film "The Judge," which opens today.