We know from research, and from everyday life, that an itch can be contagious. What we don’t fully understand, from a neuroscience perspective, is why.
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The NIH Record describes Larry Wald's work developing the tools and instrumentation that are essential for scientific progress.
BBC News reports on a "blood clot probe" developed by the Martinos Center's Peter Caravan and colleagues that can find blood clots anywhere in the body with a single, whole-body PET scan.
The Boston Globe covers the "blood clot probe" developed by the Center's Peter Caravan and others.
Two young researchers — Christin Sander and Berkin Bilgic — were recognized for their already-considerable contributions to science when they were named Junior Fellows by the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine.
A new technology developed by the Martinos Center’s Qianqian Fang and colleagues has been named a leading innovation in Reimagining Global Health, the inaugural report of the Innovation Countdown 2030 initiative.
The Martinos Center's Lisa Feldman Barrett challenges the reliance on essentialism in the study of emotions in this New York Times Op Ed.
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.
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.