A Swedish TV show recently spoke with Nouchine Hadjikhani about this phenomenon, in which we see faces where there are none.
Martinos Center News
A young man journeyed from Albania to Boston seeking a cure for his epileptic seizures. The Martinos Center helped him find one.
Peter Caravan and Patrick Purdon have been awarded grants through this Partners HealthCare program.
The article spotlights work by Martinos-affiliated researchers who have shown, for example, that it is possible to manipulate moral judgement with transcranial magnetic stimulation.
The Harvard Crimson has published a touching obituary for Jack Belliveau, with colleagues and former students and fellows explaining the impact Jack had both on their own careers and on the MRI community as a whole.
David Boas has been featured in a series of video highlights from Photonics West 2014.
The New York Times has published a very nice tribute to the Martinos Center's Jack Belliveau, who passed away last month.
The Martinos Center's Reisa Sperling has been awarded an $8 million grant from the Alzheimer's Association—the largest research grant it has ever given—to expand the scope of research into the devastating disease.
The MGH Executive Committee on Research will present the Martinos Center's Nouchine Hadjikhani with a 2014 SAC Poster of Distinction Award.
Delivering electrical stimulation to the brain by non-invasively stimulating the vagus nerve through the skin provided significant protection from brain damage following a clot-induced stroke in rats, Martinos Center researchers report.