The Ragon Institute is committed to developing a thriving community which intentionally supports and welcomes every member of our diverse workforce.
One of the greatest catalysts in going from novel ideas to treatments and cures is flexible philanthropic support from donors.
The Ragon Institute Summer Experience (RISE) internship program engages high school and undergraduate students underrepresented in medical research who are interested in learning about immunology and related fields.
The Ragon Institute has a world-class, cross disciplinary research program that seeks to harness the immune system to prevent and cure human disease.
The Ragon Institute supports the Ragon Early Independence Fellows Program, a prestigious fellowship for outstanding recent graduates or clinician-scientists ready to establish an independent research program without traditional postdoctoral training.
Sr. Facilities Manager Thor Sandstad and Director Bruce Walker stop for a chat in the lab.
A sticky note rainbow for Pride! Created by Aaron Schmidt, each member of the Ragon was encouraged to sign a note in support of the LGBTQ+ community.
The Schmidt lab bonds over a ceramics painting hour.
Working together to decorate the institute for our Lunar New Year celebration!
Working together to make a rangoli for the Ragon's Holi celebration!
Ragon members preparing to drop off donations to local charities for our Winter Donations Drive.
A sign made for MGH's and the Ragon's Kneel-In event in support of the Black community, July 2020.
The Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard brings together scientists and engineers from diverse fields to better understand the immune system and support human health.
Our people are our greatest asset. We are committed to creating a supportive and inclusive environment that is welcoming for all.