The Brain Tumor Research Center (BTRC) is the research component of the clinical MGH Brain Tumor Center (MGH BTC).

Richard B. Simches Research Center

Spanning eight stories on 267,000 square feet, the Richard B. Simches Research Center is home to four thematic centers. The Center for Regenerative Medicine and Technology concentrates on the use of stem cells to repair or replace damaged tissues and organs. The Center for Computational and Integrative Biology utilizes discoveries in biomedical and computational research to develop new drug therapies. The Center for Human Genetics Research will investigate the genetic roots of disease. And the Center for Systems Biology and Physiologic Genomics analyzes the ways in which the human body's biological and physiological functions work together to affect health and disease.
The Simches Center also provides supplementary space for MGH research in brain tumor study [The Brain Tumor Research Center], cancer, pediatric surgery and psychiatry.

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