In Case You Missed It: April 2021
Cambridge Science Festival Event “Inside a Lab” April 21
The Brigham Research Institute invites you to a virtual event on April 21 at 2 p.m. as part of this year’s Cambridge Science Festival. Join Brigham researcher Sara Suliman, PhD, MPH, and team for a guided tour of their lab where they evaluate potential COVID-19 diagnostic technologies as part of the MGB COVID Center for Innovation. Register here.
Call for Abstracts: Ninth Annual Obesity Research Incubator Session
The Brigham Research Institute cordially invites you to participate in its 9th Annual Obesity Incubator Session on May 14. To address this challenging public health crisis by promoting cross-collaborative research efforts and stimulating new ideas for further investigation, researchers from any institution with a rank of assistant professor and below and all non-faculty researchers are invited to submit an abstract to give a short talk or present a poster. Abstracts must be submitted here by Monday, April 26. Cash prizes will awarded to selected speakers and best posters.
Call for Abstracts: Incorporating Sex as Biologic Variable to Advance Health
The Brigham Research Institute cordially invites you to participate in the upcoming research symposium focused on Incorporating Sex as Biologic Variable to Advance Health on May 24th. To promote vibrant scientific discussions, stimulate new sex and gender research and connect researchers from all Boston area institutions, faculty with a rank of assistant professor and below and all non-faculty researchers are invited to submit an abstract to share their work by giving a short, featured talk or presenting during a lightning talk session at this virtual symposium. Abstracts must be submitted here by April 19.
Register for the 2021 Virtual Nation Summit on the Health of Women
Join the Connors Center for Women’s Health and Gender Biology on June 17 for 2021 Virtual National Summit on the Health of Women: Innovating to Optimize Treatments. This virtual, interactive, and community-building forum will bring together Women’s Health leaders to assess the state of the field and discuss recent advances and strategies that will have the greatest impact on the health of women in the next few years. Click here for registration and information on rates, including early bird specials.