research facilities

Harvard's New Research Building (NRB)
Harvard Medical School's 525,000 square-foot New Research
Building (NRB) features a four-story structure backed
by a 10-story tower and is a work home for 800 people.

The Child Neurology unit within the Neurology Department and the Massachusetts General Hospital are committed to improving the care of patients with neurologic disorders by advancing research in broad areas of neurodevelopment and neurologic disease.

Training and teaching future generations of neurologists and neuroscientists is one of our most important commitments. The Pediatric Neurology resident is exposed to advances in clinical and bench research while involved in patient care as well as in a formal neuroscience lecture series. For the resident interested in research, a host of opportunities exist to visit or work in a multitude of laboratories or attend almost daily conferences in Neuroscience or Clinical investigation.

Neurologic research is carried out within various site sites and MGH neurologists are based at, of collaborate with, a wide variety of laboratories including:

Please note that this listing is necessarily incomplete and many other types and research opportunities are available. Contact the MGH Pediatric Neurology Training Program for more information about specific research fields and faculty interests/projects.