‘Tattoo’ may help diabetics track their blood sugar
May 27, 2010Chemical engineers are working on carbon nanotubes that could be injected under the skin to reveal blood glucose levels.
H1N1 flu clinic set for Jan. 14
January 13, 2010
MIT responding to H1N1 flu pandemic
January 5, 2010More than 6,000 people have been vaccinated so far
HIV tests done at Know Your Status Day
December 8, 2009MIT community members got free, confidential HIV testing on Know Your Status Day, held Dec. 1 in recognition of World AIDS Day.
Two from MIT win Marshall Scholarships
December 1, 2009Seniors Tanya Goldhaber and Vinayak Muralidhar will pursue graduate studies in Britain beginning next year.
MIT Medical expands services for employees
November 30, 2009If you’re an MIT employee with health insurance through MIT, you can visit MIT Medical on campus for some services starting Jan. 1, 2010 -- even if you’re not an MIT Health Plan member.
Snacks on a plane? Staying healthy during holiday travel
November 20, 2009Dr. Howard M. Heller, Chief of Medicine at MIT Medical, talks about how to stay safe while traveling, especially on airplanes. What about that recirculated air? And what are safe and unsafe ways to eat on the plane?
"The Power of Basic Science Applied to Medical Progress"
November 16, 2009
When Signals Cross: Medical Systems at CSAIL
November 10, 2009Professor John Guttag and his team of graduate students are working in partnership with clinicians to produce technological solutions for medical problems.
“Diagnosing” the U.S. health care system: in Soundings Magazine
November 9, 2009The U.S. health system has been ranked second in the world in expenditures — and 38th in the world for performance. What's going on?
Energy, environment, health care discussed at annual Systems Thinking Conference
November 6, 2009On Oct. 22-23, MIT faculty and industry leaders discussed the need for a systems-based approach to tackle complex challenges such as health care, energy, and the environment at the 2009 MIT conference on systems thinking for contemporary challenges.
3 Questions: Jeffrey Harris on why we still don't have an HIV vaccine
November 3, 2009The MIT economist blames inadequate incentives for the failure to develop a vaccine against the virus that causes AIDS. He argues governments should help industry create an HIV vaccine by sharing risk.
The Center for Engineering Systems Fundamentals lecture: Reflections on the Current H1N1 FluSubscribe
October 19, 2009