Research, Discovery & Innovation

2022 Discover Brigham
Join us on Tuesday, November 1st, 12:00PM - 2:35PM at the Brigham for our annual poster session.

Organized by the Brigham Research Institute since 2012, Discover Brigham showcases cutting-edge science, features our exemplary investigators, and allows research to shine bright on this exciting and much anticipated day each year. The projects, ideas, and innovations at this annual event bring to life current and diverse topics that resonate with individuals around the world.
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Discover Brigham

Organized by the Brigham Research Institute since 2012, Discover Brigham showcases cutting-edge science, features our exemplary investigators, and allows research to shine bright on this exciting and much anticipated day each year. 

The projects, ideas, and innovations at this annual event bring to life current and diverse topics that resonate with individuals around the world.

This year, a new video series invites the public to learn about the impact of research, discovery and innovation at the Brigham.

Join us on Tuesday, November 1, 2022

Attendees enjoying our 2019 Discover Brigham poster session.

We are excited to announce our in-person poster session on November 1st from 12pm – 2:35pm at the Brigham.

We are expecting over 100 posters, so be sure to set aside some time to explore and appreciate all the hard work that went into them! The research you will see that day range from basic to translational to clinical to population science from departments and divisions from across the hospital.

Presented By
  • Brigham Research Institute
  • Office for Strategic Communications
 
In Partnership With
  • Brigham Office of the President
  • Brigham Care Redesign Incubator Start Up Program
  • Brigham Digital Innovation Hub
  • Brigham Research Administration
  • Brigham Research Education
  • Center for Diversity and Inclusion
  • Office for Research Careers
 
Additional Support By
  • Brigham Development Office
  • MGB Marketing Office
News

Discovering Brigham with Dr. Robert Higgins

In a new video series, Discovering Brigham, Brigham and Women’s Hospital President Robert S.D. Higgins, MD, MSHA, and leaders from across the Brigham research community engage in conversations about research projects and discoveries that are leading to more equitable, cutting-edge care for all patients.

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Discovering Brigham with Dr. Robert Higgins

In Discovering Brigham, Brigham and Women’s Hospital President Dr. Robert S.D. Higgins and leaders from across the Brigham research community engage in conversations about research projects and discoveries that are leading to more equitable, cutting-edge care for all patients.

The video series will highlight various high priority areas through a health equity lens and will end with a poster session in November 2022. 

Viewers can expect to learn more about how equity and the urgent needs of patients drive research, discovery and innovation at the Brigham. 

Dr. Higgins Backstage with Dr. Batchelor and Dr. Venkatesh
Behind the scenes of the neuroscience video with Dr. Batchelor, Dr. Venkatesh, and Dr. Higgins (left to right).

Neuroscience​

 To find out more about the innovative work being done at the Brigham, watch our Discovering Brigham video with special guests Dr. Tracy Batchelor, Chair, Department of Neurology and Dr. Humsa Venkatesh, Assistant Professor of Neurology as they explore neurology related research.

Video Leads

Haley Bridger
Chenzhe Cao
Alexandra Gallant
Chelsea Nickerson
Victoria Roberts
Sara Yohannes

Special Thanks

Dr. Tracy Batchelor, Chair, Department of Neurology

Dr. Robert S.D. Higgins, President, Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Dr. Humsa Venkatesh, Assistant Professor of Neurology and the Venkatesh Laboratory

Supplemental Materials

 

 

  • Projects:
    • Sean Lawler, PhD: Development of brainpenetrating and tumorspecific fluorinated peptides as glioblastoma therapeutics

 

  • Projects:
    • Alexander Lin, PhD: pitched at a recent opioid Shark Tank event on fMRI glutamate for pain, a non-invasive neuro-metabolite quantification of pain-relief in cancer patients