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.
Martinos Center News
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.
The Martinos Center’s Kawin Setsompop is among a team of researchers awarded a $1.4 million grant today as part of the White House’s BRAIN Initiative designed to advance understandings of the human brain through innovative neurotechnologies. The project is among the first wave of grants awarded by the NIH as part of the initiative.
The National Institutes of Health announced today its first wave of grants awarded through the White House's BRAIN Initiative. Among them is a project led by the Martinos Center's Larry Wald.
The National Institutes of Health announced today its first wave of investments, totaling $46 million in FY2014, to support the goals of the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative. Martinos Center investigators are among the recipients.
A new PET radiotracer, [11C]Martinostat, is poised to provide a first look at an important family of proteins in the living human brain.
We have posted a video to help imaging study volunteers get ready for their scans.
Bruce Rosen, director of the Martinos Center, has responded to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Mary Roy is spotlighted in the Aug. 22 issue of MGH Hotline, in a very enjoyable article about family members working together in the MGH community.
The Martinos Center's Lisa Feldman Barrett was recently selected by the organization to receive the 2014 Carol and Ed Diener Award in Social Psychology.