Learning Paths & Resource Guides for Research

New resources are now available to help you and your team navigate the complexities of research within our system. Learning paths outline mandatory and elective education for research assistants, clinical research coordinators, postdocs, and fellows conducting human subjects, animal and bench research. One-page resource guides for both clinical research and animal research cover common questions and key contacts.

Discover Brigham: Call for Demos Deadline Extended

Have you participated in or attended Discover Brigham in the past? Has either experience made you wish that you could feature an exciting topic within your own scientific domain? Even though Discover Brigham will now be held virtually, you can still bring your demo to life! Researchers, clinicians and staff are all invited to submit a demo, and the BRI will provide the logistical support necessary to execute your vision. Submit your demo here by September 14.

Active Therapeutic COVID-19 Clinical Research Studies for Patients

To provide the most advanced care to our patients, the Brigham is enrolling eligible, admitted patients with COVID-19 in clinical trials of new therapeutics. The Brigham has several clinical trials that are underway, and more that will begin enrollment in the near future. Find the list here.

Leading Discovery: Coronavirus Research in Need of Non-Patient Volunteers

Researchers across Mass General Brigham are working on numerous COVID-19 related projects to help understand this novel virus and its impact on our health. Join the investigation and consider one of the many opportunities to participate in a COVID-19 study.

Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health Call for Applications

Funding is now available for junior faculty to receive support for training and career development in interdisciplinary research in fields relevant to women’s health and sex differences. The training grant will support scholars involved in investigating the impact of hormones and/or genes in understanding sex differences in vulnerabilities to clinical disorders and those disorders specific to women. Applications from women and minorities are highly encouraged and desired. Applications are due September 15, 2020. More details can be found on the BWH BIRCWH website.