Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)

MGH conducts the largest hospital-based research program in the US, with an annual research budget of approximately $500 million. It is the oldest and largest teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, where nearly all MGH staff physicians serve on the faculty. MGH has collaborated with MUST since 2003 on a number of research studies with over five million dollars of NIH investment. MGH has supported MUST student education and research, and partnered on a number of student and faculty related research. The MUST-MGH Collaboration is overseen by Dr. Jessica Haberer (Co-Investigator on TUITAH), as the Director of Research for the MGH Center for Global Health.