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
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.
NRB 255A Conference Room (77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston, MA 02115):
Enter the NRB and continue to the main security desk, take elevators to second floor and turn right down the main hallway. At the end of the main hallway take a left and pass through the double doors. Suite 255 will be on your left (red framed doorway) and the conference room (255A) is the first door on your right.
Seminars in Molecular and Genomic Medicine is a key educational and research event of the Division of Genetics and features distinguished speakers from local, national, and foreign universities or other research institutions. Seminar topics span basic research as well as translational and clinical genetics research, and include experimental and computational studies.
Seminars are held on Wednesdays as listed in the schedule below at 4 PM in the main seminar room (NRB457) on the 4th floor of the Harvard Medical School New Research Building at 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur in Boston, MA. Refreshments are served at 3:45 outside the seminar room.
The seminars are widely advertised by direct mailings and to all major departments at Harvard, its affiliated hospitals and MIT. To be added to the Seminars in Molecular and Genomic Medicine email list for seminar announcements, please email: KBARRY6@PARTNERS.ORG.