June 13, 2008
  • Celebrating a milestone at the Martinos Center
    The Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging has been a fixture at the Charlestown Navy Yard research campus since 2000, bringing together students and thought leaders from the MGH, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Harvard Medical School (HMS) and the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology (HST).


  • Honoring the MGH's volunteers
    Standing before a group of devoted MGH volunteers at this year's Volunteer Recognition Day event June 2, Patricia Rowell, co-director of the Department of Volunteer, Interpreter, Information Ambassadors and General Store Services, remarked, "Today we honor the thousands of hours and acts of kindness given daily by our volunteers who help transform the experiences of our patients and their families."


  • When hiring at the MGH, service matters
    Members of the MGH/MGPO Practice Improvement Division and Service Improvement Department recently teamed up with members of Partners Human Resources Department to present "Hiring for Service," the third in a yearlong series of Service Learning Series forums.


  • White 11 wins blood drive
    After a month of friendly competition, the MGH Blood Donor Center has declared a winner in the fourth annual Medical Service Blood Drive Challenge.


  • Warshaw recognized for supporting women faculty
    Harvard Medical School (HMS) has honored Andrew L. Warshaw, MD, MGH surgeon-in-chief, with the prestigious 2008 Joseph B. Martin Dean's Leadership Award for the Advancement of Women Faculty.


  • MGH researchers receive CIMIT grants
    Thirteen teams headed by investigators from the MGH have been selected to receive research funding as part of the Center for Integration of Medicine and Innovative Technology's (CIMIT) $5 million science grants program for fiscal year 2009.


  • Welcome to the world
    Renata Valys and Luziana Albuquerque, both of Winthrop, share many common links: both speak English and Portuguese, live in the same apartment complex, have small children who play together and were under the care of nurse-midwives from the Vincent Obstetrics and Gynecology Service at the MGH Revere HealthCare Center. These links grew stronger, however, with the delivery of their new babies — who were born four hours apart May 10 on the Vincent Labor and Delivery floor.


  • Free Boston Health and Fitness Expo
    Channel 7 News/CW 56 and Partners HealthCare will host the free Boston Health and Fitness Expo June 21 and 22.


  • What's Happening
    Events around the MGH.


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