Join Gail Adler, MD, PhD to learn from her experience with withdrawing participants from study protocols. This course is an RCR-eligible lecture and fulfills one hour toward part 3 of […]
Course Directors: Tanya Laidlaw, MD & Lindsey Robert Baden, MD Introduction to Clinical Research Resources at BWH is a half-day course that introduces the wide variety of clinical research resources […]
Solid organ transplant recipients are at 3-10 times higher risk of cancer compared to non-transplant patients, due to long-standing immunosuppression. Cancer immunotherapy has become a standard therapy for many cancers, […]
As part of the 2022 Cambridge Science Festival, Brigham & Women’s Hospital (BWH) will host an interaction between local middle schoolers and the finalists of our 11th BWH BRIght Futures Prize competition.
Join the BWH PDA's Career Development Committee for another informal discussion via Zoom with Professor Mariam Aly of Columbia University on topics related to teaching and mentoring. Our last talk […]
The four-hour Mass General Brigham Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Seminar includes faculty presentations and discussions on authorship; data management; documentation and integrity; conflict of interest and interactions with industry; […]
Please join Allison Moriarty – SVP, Research Planning and Operations, and Innovation – for an open forum to discuss Indirect Cost (IDC) rates – from the basics to the most recent changes. For those who cannot attend, the meeting will be recorded and posted to the Brigham Research Video Library (must be connected to BWH/MGB network or […]
Join Paul Anderson, MD, PhD – Chief Academic Officer and SVP, Research & Education – to learn what constitutes research misconduct and how to navigate suspected misconduct at BWH. This course is an RCR-eligible lecture and fulfills one hour toward part 3 of the NIH/NSF RCR Requirement: 1) CITI Online RCR Training; 2) a 4-hour […]
Join us for a pre-Halloween trip to Salem on Saturday, October 22, 2022! We will meet at 9am at North Station and take the commuter rail to Salem ($10 fare). Plans include a pizza lunch and self-guided tour. Friends and family welcome. Costumes are not required, but encouraged! Register here by 10/12 to […]
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.
The MGB Biobank Portal is a tool that links consented subjects from the MGB Biobank with their health care data from the electronic medical record (EMR) and allows researchers to request clinical samples for these subjects. This course will provide an introduction to the use of the Biobank Portal application for clinical research, including the […]
The Research Patient Data Registry (RPDR) brings clinical information to the researcher's fingertips and ensures the security of patient information by controlling and auditing the distribution of patient data within the guidelines of the IRB. This course will provide an introduction to the use of the RPDR (Research Patient Data Registry) application for clinical research, […]
Join the BWH PDA's Career Development Committee for another informal discussion via Zoom with Professor Mariam Aly of Columbia University on topics related to teaching and mentoring. Our last talk with Prof. Aly was one of our most popular events in the spring - don't miss out! Topics to be covered: Teaching seminars and lecture […]
Mass General Brigham (MGB) has developed a REDCap eConsent Framework that will turn the paper-based informed consenting processes into an electronic informed consent process that researchers can use for Institutional Review Board (IRB) reviewed and approved studies. The MGB REDCap eConsent Framework will allow users to implement a combination of the validated components to design […]
An event to educate and inspire collaboration around innovative science, technology, and medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.