Performing this test could help doctors prevent dysfunction that can occur when the right and left ventricles of the heart become imbalanced.
A plastic microfluidic chip can remove some risky cells that could potentially become tumors before they are implanted in a patient.
Jonathan Weissman and collaborators developed a tool to reconstruct human cell family trees, revealing how blood cell production changes in old age.
MIT CSAIL researchers develop advanced machine-learning models that outperform current methods in detecting pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma.
The diagnostic, which requires only a simple urine test to read the results, could make lung cancer screening more accessible worldwide.
A new MIT study identifies six systemic factors contributing to patient hazards in laboratory diagnostics tests.
Driven by deeply personal experiences, three entrepreneurs find inspiration from MIT to empower patients and change their lives.
MIT researchers will partner on interdisciplinary research in human biology and disease.
An advanced closed-loop anesthesia delivery system that monitors brain state to tailor propofol dose and achieve exactly the desired level of unconsciousness could reduce post-op side effects.
Thirteen new graduate student fellows will pursue exciting new paths of knowledge and discovery.