CVDM FRONTIERS IN BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE SEMINAR SERIES
This academic year the Brigham Research Institute (BRI) Cardiovascular, Diabetes, and Metabolic Diseases (CVDM) Research Center will be continuing the “CVDM- Frontiers in Biomedical Science Seminar Series” which will include a mix of presentations including Principal Investigator/Fellow collaborative sessions, specialty thematic sessions, work in progress lab presentations, and an external speaker series featuring scientists in the area of CVDM.
The goals of the series are to enrich our academic environment by bringing together the research community to foster networking and collaboration, highlight discoveries, and stimulate new ideas.
Researchers from the entire BWH community are invited to participate in the 2019 Research Roundtable Dialogues & Discussions (R2D2). These annual discussions were launched last spring, in which a total
Researchers from the entire BWH community are invited to participate in the 2019 Research Roundtable Dialogues & Discussions (R2D2). These annual discussions were launched last spring, in which a total of 179 people participated as part of NextGen BRI efforts to promote available resources, identify needs and learn more about priorities from the research community across all thematic areas. The BRI Centers & Programs will use this feedback to set goals and priorities for their future activities and resource allocation. As a grassroots organization, the BRI strives to be nimble, responsive and inclusive of the broadest swath of the research community. Your input is important to us – please attend all of the sessions that align with your research interests.
Direction to HBTM VTC 02006B Conference Room (60 Fenwood Rd, 2nd floor): The Hale Building for Transformative Medicine (HBTM) Room VTC 02006B is located on the 2nd floor of Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s new HBTM at 60 Fenwood Road. From 75 Francis Street, take the Main Pike (2nd floor of hospital) towards the S Elevator (You will walk through the Shapiro Cardiovascular Building to get to the Hale Building for Transformative Medicine (HBTM)). Walk through the Shapiro Cardiovascular Building and take the bridge to the HBTM. When entering the HBTM take the first right, and it’s the first door on right. (Rm# 02006B)