The Cardiovascular, Diabetes & Metabolic Disorders (CVDM) Research Center cordially invites you to participate in its 8th annual obesity incubator session. The goal of this session is to
The Cardiovascular, Diabetes & Metabolic Disorders (CVDM) Research Center cordially invites you to participate in its 8th annual obesity incubator session. The goal of this session is to bring together BWH clinicians and researchers working in the fields of obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease to address this challenging public health crisis by promoting cross-collaborative research efforts and stimulating new ideas for further investigation.
To promote vibrant scientific discussions, the plenary session will feature short talks by selected junior investigators in the field of obesity research, followed by a keynote presentation from Caroline Apovian, MD, director of the Nutrition and Weight Management Center at the Boston University Medical Center and professor of Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine. Following the talks, there will be an interactive poster session focusing on early stage ideas in the areas of obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.
Short Talks by selected junior investigators
2:00-3:00 pm Hale Conference Center
Caroline Apovian, M.D. | Professor of Medicine | Boston University School of Medicine
3:00-4:00 pm Hale Conference Center
Electronic Poster Session
4:00-5:30 pm Hale Cafe Atrium
Hale Building for Transformative Medicine
60 Fenwood Road, Boston, MA 02115
Direction to Hale Conference Room (3rd Floor):
Enter at 60 Fenwood Rd lobby. Take the S elevators to the 3rd floor. Once on the 3rd floor, take a right at the corridor and the room will be on your right through the glass doors.
Direction to Hale Café Atrium (1st Floor):
Enter at 60 Fenwood Rd lobby. Take the S elevators to the 1st floor, and the atrium will be on your right. OR at the 60 Fenwood Rd lobby take the stairs up one flight to the 1st floor, and the open atrium will be on your left.
(Friday) 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Hale Conference Room
60 Fenwood Road
Brigham Research Institutebwhbri@partners.org