The Poitras Center supports research into how brain scans can personalize psychiatric medicine.
McGovern researchers are using magnetic resonance imaging to peer into the infant mind.
MIT researchers are developing new ways to understand autism.
In this issue, we feature the work of Bob Horvitz, who has devoted his career to studying the microscopic worm known as C. elegans.
In this issue we feature Feng Zhang and his groundbreaking work on the development of CRISPR, a genome-editing technology that has vastly increased our ability to alter the DNA of living cells, including those of humans.
McGovern researchers create unexpected new approaches to microscopy that are changing the way scientists look at the brain.
McGovern investigators study intelligence to answer a practical question for both educators and computer scientists. Can intelligence be improved?
In this issue, we pull back the curtain on the lab of our newest faculty member, Gloria Choi, who joined us last year and is working to understand how the brain learns to make sense of smell.
MIT’s new magnetoencephalography lab is starting to deliver results.
After the passing of Pat McGovern, the McGovern Institute contemplates its past, present and future.