Alok Jha of the Observer recently spoke with Martinos Center researcher Van Wedeen about his work with the connectome. Read what he had to say in "My life as a guinea pig for science."
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The Daily Free Press recounts the HUBWeek event in which Center Director Bruce Rosen and medical illustrator Danny Quirk spoke about the intersectionality of human anatomy and visual art.
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.