The Center for Brain/Mind Medicine
The mission of the Center for Brain/Mind Medicine (CBMM) is to help individuals with neurologic and neuropsychiatric conditions live full and meaningful lives. We prioritize a holistic, person-centered approach to navigating the complex cognitive, emotional, and social challenges that accompany changes to the brain and mind. We are committed to the highest standards of patient and family care throughout our continuum of services, educational initiatives, and community engagement.
We believe everyone should have equal access to medical care for brain psychological health, regardless of race, ethnicity, background, identity, and lived experience. We strive to promote a culture of diversity, inclusivity, respect, and fairness, where CBMM team members as well as patients and their families feel welcome and valued. We acknowledge long-standing disparities in U.S. medical care that disproportionately and negatively impact individuals from certain groups, including Black, Latinx, Native American, and LGBTQ+. Aligned with our core mission, we will work to account for, understand, and improve these disparities.
The CBMM carries out this mission across three cores.
Specialists committed to setting a new standard of patient and family care.
Research & Clinical Trials
Leading the field in understanding and treating diseases that impact aging.
Training & Education
Opportunities for medical rotations, internship and fellowship training, and CME seminars/workshops.
Our main hospital location in the Hale Building for Transformative Medicine is our hub and offers 100% of our multidisciplinary services.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital – Main Campus
60 Fenwood Rd.
1st Floor Neurosciences Center
Boston, MA 02115
We offer a subset of services (e.g., Behavioral Neurology, Neuropsychology) at our satellite branch at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth.
South Shore Hospital – Neurology
851 Main St., Suite 11
South Weymouth, MA 02190