Targeted genome sequencing found to deliver routine results more quickly and at a lower cost; lack of standardization in analytic techniques remains a barrier to diagnosis and medical care for genetic disorders in the first year of life.
Dozens of volunteers, hospital administrators and staff, representatives from the Greater Boston Food Pantry recently gathered to celebrate the 10th anniversary of MelroseWakefield Hospital’s Mobile Food Market.
Brent P. Forester, MD, MSc. joined the Tufts Medicine family as Psychiatrist-in-Chief and Chairman for the Department of Psychiatry at Tufts Medical Center, Director of Behavioral Health for Tufts Medicine and Professor of Psychiatry and the Dr. Francis S. Arkin Chair of Psychiatry at Tufts University School of Medicine
A cancer diagnosis is a life-changing moment and the start of a difficult journey. On Sunday, May 21, thousands of survivors and supporters came together on the streets of Lowell to make that journey a little easier.
On Thursday, May 11, hospital leadership celebrated the accomplishments of our Patient Care Services team at the annual Nursing Excellence Awards held in the Clark Auditorium at the main campus. The event, held during Nurses Week, honors those who exemplify the unwavering commitment to patient care that is a hallmark of the nursing profession. Honorees were nominated for the award by their peers.
In celebration of Mother’s Day, Tufts Medical Center nurses Renee and Emma Bothwell share what makes their role at Tufts MC special. This mother and daughter team are dedicated professionals who take great pride in being a part of the Tufts MC culture.
We are very excited to announce that WCVB, Channel 5's Chief Meteorologist, Cindy Fitzgibbon, and WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Morning Traffic Anchor, Lori Grande, will be joining us once again to host TeamWalk for CancerCare on Sunday, May 21.
Tufts Medicine announced today that Perrie O'Tierney-Ginn, PhD, has been named the permanent Executive Director of the Mother Infant Research Institute (MIRI) at Tufts Medical Center. She had served as the Interim Executive Director of MIRI since September 2021.
Peter DeLorey has been in many golf tournaments over the years but a two-day event this spring was particularly special. It was the first one he has done with his son, and it’s something he couldn’t have done at all a year ago.
Alex Cabrera was leaving school on a sunny day near the end of his eighth grade year when he was hit by a car. The Waltham native had to be air lifted to Tufts Medical Center and by morning was undergoing life-saving brain surgery.