Nominate a Colleague for the Brigham Way
The Brigham Way is about going above and beyond what is required of you to make the Brigham a better place for all who come through our doors. Tell us about how you or one of your colleagues go above and beyond, and your nomination could be featured on BWHPikeNotes.org and TV screens across the distributed campus. Email your nomination to TheBrighamWay@partners.org.
BWH President’s Scholar Awards 2019 Request for Nominations
The Office of the President has made funds available beginning in FY2019 to support the careers of assistant or associate professors at the Brigham who have made outstanding contributions to their chosen field of research and who have exceptional potential. Through an annual competitive process, up to three investigators will be selected to receive President’s Scholar Awards in the amount of $100,000 per year for three years. The deadline for applying is Feb. 15. More details here.
Discover Brigham 2019 Request for Sessions & Demos
In an effort to feature topics and issues most relevant to the Brigham community at Discover Brigham 2019, the Brigham Research Institute is opening a call for proposals. Brigham researchers, clinicians and staff are invited to submit ideas for sessions focused on research and/or clinical innovation topics and/or demos at this annual research showcase. Come up with your best idea(s) and the BRI will provide all the logistical support necessary to execute your vision for a session or demo at Discover Brigham. Proposals are due Feb. 15 and should be submitted electronically.
Boston Magazine Names “Top Docs”
Congratulations to the more than 275 Brigham Health physicians who have been named “Top Docs” by Boston magazine this year! To view the list, please click here.
Call for Applications: 2019 Minority Faculty Career Development Award (MFCDA)
The Center for Diversity & Inclusion is pleased to announce the 2019 Minority Faculty Career Development Award (MFCDA) Call for Nominations. Established in 1996, the MFCDA is granted annually to an early-career, underrepresented in medicine (URM) trainee or faculty member. It is designed to assist them in supporting their work and career progression at the Brigham and at Harvard Medical School. The MFCDA is a $100,000 award paid out annually at $20,000 over a five-year period. Applications are due Jan. 18. For eligibility and application information, please click here.