Discover Brigham – November 12, 2020
Have you been an attendee or participant at Discover Brigham (DB) in the past and enjoyed it? Did you wish that your specific scientific domain or a research topic exciting to your community had been featured as part of the day? Is your department planning to host an educational or research event in the upcoming year? If yes, find out more below about how the Brigham Research Institute (BRI) is opening the planning process for Discover Brigham to include a wider swath of our researchers, clinicians and staff!
In the interest of representing the topics and issues most relevant to the BWH community at Discover Brigham (November 12, 2020), the BRI is excited to launch a call for proposals for DB 2020. Through this call, we are inviting our researchers, clinicians and staff here to submit ideas focused on research and/or clinical innovation for sessions and/or demos at this annual showcase of all the leading-edge subjects that BWH excels at or aspires to. Come up with your best idea(s) and the BRI will provide all the logistical support necessary to execute your vision for a session or demo at Discover Brigham!
Jan 13, 2020 – Call for proposals issued
April 20, 2020 (extended) – Proposal submissions due
mid May, 2020 – Applicants notified
May/June, 2020 – Each session/demo chair will meet with BRI staff
May 18, 2020 – Applicants can withdraw by this deadline
June 15, 2020 – Session description, title and list of potential speakers/panelists due
June 15, 2020 – Demo description, title, participants, and separate survey completed
July 13, 2020 – Session participants, format and content confirmed
Sept, 2020 – Run of show calls with BRI staff
Sept, 2020 – Session and demo promotions commence
Nov 12, 2020 – Discover Brigham
Proposals are due April 20, 2020, 11:00 PM should be submitted electronically and must include the following:
The BRI Executive Committee in conjunction with the BRI Research Oversight Committee (represents all BWH departments) will evaluate and prioritize proposals based on the following: