The MGB Annual Disclosure Cycle Has Launched!
Every year, select staff members are asked to submit a Mass General Brigham (MGB) Annual Disclosure Form. If you meet criteria for inclusion in the disclosure population, you should have recently received an email with a link to access your MGB Annual Disclosure Form. The MGB Annual Disclosure Form asks individuals to disclose interests and relationships for the last calendar year (2021).
If you have questions or need assistance, contact COIAdmin@partners.org. The deadline to submit the form is Friday, April 22.
ROSA SCORE CEC Seminar April 25
Join the ROSA Center for the next Career Enhancement Core (CEC) Seminar on Monday, April 25, from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. The topic of this virtual seminar is “Domino Hypothesis vs. Parallel Symptomatic Outcomes: Investigating Commonly Co-occurring Symptoms of Menopause-related Vasomotor, Sleep and Mood Disturbance” and will be presented by Hadine Joffe, MD, MSc, Executive Director of the Mary Horrigan Connors Center for Women’s Health and Gender Biology. Please register.
Call for Nominations for BRI Director
The Brigham Research Institute (BRI) welcomes nominations for the next BRI director. The BRI is led by three faculty directors: a current director, a co-director, and a past director. The director serves two years in each position for a total of six years on the BRI Executive Committee, with position changes that align with the fiscal year. The incumbent will assume the role of BRI co-director on October 1, 2022. The deadline to submit nominations is Monday, April 25. Self-nominations are acceptable. Submit nominations here.
WHISPR Symposium May 25
Please join the Mary Horrigan Connors Center for Women’s Health & Gender Biology for “Women’s Health Interdisciplinary Stress Program of Research (WHISPR) 5th Annual Symposium and Finalists Pitch Presentations.” This event will be held virtually on May 25 from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. The keynote address will be presented by Karen Kim, MD, vice provost for Research and professor of Medicine at University of Chicago, and titled, “Charting a path forward towards an inclusive research agenda: the Asian American research paradox.” Register for the symposium here.
MGB Investigators Can Now Access First Dataset of Nearly 100,000 Whole Genome Sequences Released by All of Us Research Program
The All of Us Research Program has just released nearly 100,000 whole genome sequences to the All of Us Researcher Workbench for broad study use. Additionally, Mass General Brigham investigators are invited to register for access to this controlled tier data. This an opportunity for our research community to take advantage of diverse genomic data for their own studies here at Mass General Brigham. Learn more.