Research Faculty and Trainee Social

Hale Café Atrium

As an extension of our Research Faculty and Trainee Forums, the Executive Committee of the Brigham Research Institute (BRI) invites our research faculty and trainees to this social event.

RCR Rounds 2023: Misconduct of Research Integrity

Zoom (click website to register/receive link)

Join Paul Anderson, MD, PhD - Senior Vice President of Research and Education and Brigham, Brigham and Women's Hospital Chief Academic Officer, and Mass General Brigham Interim Chief Academic Officer […]

Clinical Skills Training for Research Staff: EKG, Vital Signs, and Phlebotomy

STRATUS Center for Medical Simulation 10 Vining St, Boston, MA, United States

The Brigham Research Education Program, BWH Center for Clinical Investigation, and BWH STRATUS Center for Medical Simulation offer a clinical skills course for BWH clinical research coordinators, assistants, and study […]

Navigating the World of Digital Health Collaboration With Industry

Zinner Breakout Room

Hear from industry leaders in digital technologies on their perspectives about the commercialization journey. Why should investigators engage with industry to advance their innovations? What does it take to collaborate […]

Transplant Oncology: Cellular Therapies for Transplant Patients

Virtual

Course Overview Solid organ transplant recipients are at 3-10 times higher risk of cancer compared to non-transplant patients, due to long-standing immunosuppression. Cellular therapies, such as CAR-T or virus-specific T […]

Research Connection LIVE

Hybrid

These monthly seminars are open to the community and focus on resources for the research community. They also provide an opportunity to meet and ask questions of BWH decision makers.

Brigham Research Project Manager Forum

Zoom (click website to register/receive link)

**These sessions will be held virtually on Zoom. The link will be sent to those who register with a BWH/MGB-affiliated email address 1-2 days prior to the session**   This monthly forum […]

Predicting PTSD: Who’s at Risk and What Should We Do About It?

Central Library - Boston Public Library 700 Boylston Street, Boston, MA

What if we could predict who is susceptible to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) before a traumatic event occurs? What are the ethical implications of potentially knowing someone is more susceptible to PTSD? How would this affect the daily lives of those at risk of PTSD, including employment opportunities, social activities, and more?