About Us

RadTranslate™ is a diversityxMESH product. DiversityxMESH is a collaboration between the MESH Incubator™ at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and the MGH Department of Radiology Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion committee. DiversityxMESH’s aim is to develop practical solutions to reduce health disparities and provide more equitable care to patients. By bringing together innovators, the entire spectrum of healthcare workers and, most importantly, patients, we empower our communities to identify problems, form creative solutions, and implement targeted products.

RadTranslate is 100% free to use. Inquiries can be directed to msucci (at) mgh.havard.edu. All Contents Copyright 2020 Mass General Hospital/The MESH Incubator

Enjoy,

 

-Marc D. Succi, MD
Emergency Radiologist, MGH Radiology
Founder & Executive Director,The MESH Incubator
RadTranslate creator & Principal Investigator

 

-Daniel B. Chonde, MD-PhD
Resident, MGH Radiology
Co-chair, Department of Radiology Diversity & Inclusion Committee on Education
RadTranslate Diversity Lead

 

 

The MESH Incubator

The MESH Incubator is a technology incubator located in the halls of MGH. Founded by Dr. Succi, in 2016, MESH has grown rapidly and now serves all specialties in the Mass General Brigham system. MESH is a first-in-kind division designed to harness ground-level clinical needs into patentable and licensable intellectual property. Collaborations include internal Harvard labs as well as external industry, MIT, Harvard Business School and many others. MESH holds multiple pending or published patents, has numerous ongoing projects and is the creator of the first integrated innovation curriculum in a medical training program. MESH is the subject of several peer-reviewed publications and features by the American College of Radiology and the Radiological Society of North America, among others.

 

 

 

 

MGH Radiology Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Committee

The MGH Radiology Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Committee was started in 2013 by the department chairperson James Brink, MD. A strong advocate for diversity, Dr. Brink organized the MGH Radiology DE&I Committee as four separate taskforces, each with a separate mission:

  • Research—Cultivate diverse research investigator and subject participant populations.
  • Workforce—Build, sustain, and empower a diverse workforce that extends through all levels of the department.
  • Patient Experience—Grow, support, and work with the diverse communities & patient populations we serve to ensure all patients receive the highest quality of care.
  • Education—Support the educational needs of our diverse communities, inside the department and out, through a lens of inclusion.

 

 

RadTranslate could not have been developed without the support of our diverse community of clinical and nonclinical employees who embody our belief that our diversity makes us stronger. We would like to thank the following organizations:

And the following team-members:

Carmen Alvarez, MHA Melitza Gomez RT(R) Jennifer McGowan, RT MBA
Alessandra Anzolin, PhD Elizabeth (Betty) Granara RT(R) Margo Moskos, MD
Cynthia Chadbourne RT(R) Pedram Heidari, MD Manuel Patino, MD
Tracy Costa RT(R) Ashley D’ambrosio Hurley RT(R) Kathleen Penza RT(R)(M)
Dania Daye, MD PhD Ivonne Juarez RT(R) Lana Phan RT(R)
Patricia Daunais BS RT(R) Maria Gabriela Figueirdo Longo, MD Gloria Salazar, MD
Patricia Eugene Dubuisson RT(R) Jennifer Lynch RT(R)(M) MT Shore RT(R)(MR)(CT)
Karen Dumont RT(R)(M) Maria McGovern RT(R) Gary Wang, MD PhD

Nancy Gentile RT(R)

Melitza Gomez RT(R)

Joy Williams, DNP