Longtime MIT professor of neuroscience led research behind 200 patents, laying the groundwork for numerous medical products.
The new design works with the diaphragm to improve breathing.
Researchers used a powerful deep-learning model to extract important data from electronic health records that could assist with personalized medicine.
Scientists hypothesize that, as in a hibernating turtle, the brain under sedation and deprived of oxygen may assume a protective state.
A new study links very dry and very humid indoor environments with worse Covid-19 outcomes.
Valued mentor was known for research in intensity perception, hearing-impairment characterization, and aids for the deaf.
By analyzing enzyme activity at the organism, tissue, and cellular scales, new sensors could provide new tools to clinicians and cancer researchers.
Professors Arup Chakraborty, Lina Necib, and Ronald Fernando Garcia Ruiz as well as Yuan Cao SM ’16, PhD ’20; Alina Kononov ’14; Elliott H. Lieb ’53; Haocun Yu PhD ’20; and others honored for contributions to physics.
At an exhibition marking two decades since a transformative gift from the Picower Foundation, current and alumni members described research at the forefront of neuroscience and beyond.
Greater availability of de-identified patient health data would enable better treatments and diagnostics, the researchers say.
Study finds computer models that predict molecular interactions need improvement before they can help identify drug mechanisms of action.
The MIT researcher and former professor discusses how Covid-19 and the influx of virtual technologies created a new medical ecosystem that needs more synchronized oversight.