The first year residents put their creativity and fantastic teamwork to the test as they enjoyed their mid-year retreat solving tough puzzles together. It was a blast!
Unravelling the mysteries regulating neuroplasticity
Congratulations to our NM1 resident Priya Srikanth, who has been selected to receive a prestigious Young Scholar Award from the Jacobs Foundation. With her mentor, Tracy Young-Pearse, Priya uses induced pluripotent stem cell-derived neurons to study the ways that genetic and environmental factors regulate neural development and plasticity. We are incredibly excited to find out what Priya is able to learn in the lab -- discoveries that have the potential to fundamentally change neurologic therapeutics!
The brave new world of medical ethics
Senior Resident Michael Young had the fantastic honor of giving Grand Rounds at Maine Medical Center on the topic of “Medical Ethics in the Era of eHealth.” His lecture examined some fascinating modern challenges that have accompanied the rise of social media, crowdfunding, and electronic medical records. The talk was a rousing success!
Bringing attention to disparate access to care
Resident Josh Budhu published a thoughtful reflection in the NY Daily News on the impact closing a hospital has on access to care in the local community.
Residents Sergi Martinez-Ramirez, Jackie Schulman, Mariel Kozberg, and Meabh O’Hare ran the B.A.A half marathon and raised thousands of dollars to support research on cerebral amyloid angiopathy at MGH! Way to go!!
Emily shows elementary students that neuroscience is cool!
Congratulations to senior resident Emily Ferenczi for being recognized for her AAN presentation about the experience of teaching neuroscience to local elementary students!
Marcelo is honored at the Center for Diversity and Inclusion Award Program
Congratulations to MGH attending Marcelo Matiello for receiving the Clinician-Teacher Development Award! Residents Jorge Torres and Josh Budhu are there to celebrate his accomplishments!
We had a great time soaking in the sun at Larz Anderson Park! The food was delicious, and Frisbee and cornhole were a blast. Thank you to the social committee – Sarah Conway, Lauren Hammer, Mariel Kozberg, and Meabh O’Hare – for planning such a great event!
Our nerdiest wellness event yet!
We all enjoyed a great afternoon at the Santiago Ramon y Cajal exhibit of stunning neuroanatomical drawings. It was great to consider how many insights he made about how the brain functions by making such meticulous observations about its structure. And after the museum trip together, it was great to go out for dinner and drinks!