Research, Discovery & Innovation

Office for Research Careers

Our mission is to support the professional needs of the research community at the Brigham. We strive to support research trainees and faculty across the academic continuum by providing resources to support and promote career and professional development, enhance the training experience, and foster effective mentoring.

We often collaborate with the Brigham Research Institute, Postdoctoral Association, and Center for Diversity and Inclusion to offer myriad opportunities to the diverse research community.

From the Office for Research Careers

Latest News

2022 Graduate Student Appreciation Celebration Recap

In honor of Graduate Student Appreciation Week, this month we asked: What is one of your favorite memories from your time at the Brigham so far? If you would like to add your voice to the conversation, please submit a comment at the bottom of the page.

Soft Launch of the Research, Discovery & Innovation Website

Thank you for visiting our new website! This has been in the works for a while and we are excited to launch the first phase of the website. The website consolidates multiple research websites housing resources, funding opportunities, events, educational materials and other relevant research content into a single, streamlined website that will offer easier search, more accessible content as well as feature more members of our research community, more research projects and just all around more research on the website, highlighting the outstanding contributions of the Brigham community. Phase I: Soft Launch While this is a launch, a website

Brigham IGNITE Launches

Brigham Ignite program is designed to help kindle and advance discoveries with clinical and commercial potential.

Microgrants

The Brigham Research Institute (BRI) and Office for Research Careers (ORC) are pleased to support the microgrants/personal expense defrayment grants pilot program.

Fund to Sustain Research Excellence

The Brigham Research Institute has developed the Fund to Sustain Research Excellence designed to offer interim support to independent investigators who submitted a non-mentored NIH grant application that was reviewed but missed the funding payline. Recipients will be chosen based on need and merit.