Research News - June 18, 2021

 

         
 
June 18, 2021
ANNOUNCEMENTS
 

1. Audio Visual Upgrades Coming to Simches, CNY 149, and CNY 114
2. Skills and Career Development Opportunities in Industry: Several Innovation Fellows Program Openings!
3. CORRECTED DATES: Anesthesia Machine Annual Maintenance and Vaporizer Certification – Special Pricing!

EVENTS
 

1. Fun Fridays: Painting Demonstration with Patricia Nolan-Brown (Troods)
2. Lab Managers’ Discussion Group Meeting
3. Enterprise Research IS Webinar: Deep Learning Accelerators
4. 2021 Juneteenth Celebration
5. CBRC Seminar Series
6. Summer Science Slam
7. Making Your Digital Health Pitch, IDEA Symposium
8. Virtual Research Technical Talk
9. Helen Gurley Brown Presidential Summit on Women and Science
10. 2021 Virtual Tumor Course

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
 

1. COVID Funding Opportunities
2. NIH Research Supplements to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research
3. The Smith Family Awards for Excellence in Biomedical Research
4. NIH Director’s Early Independence Awards (DP5)
5. Jeanette Ives Erickson Research Institute Grant
6. Job Research Foundation Announces 4th Round of Funding
7. NIH Research Project Grant (R01) Applications from Individuals from Diverse Backgrounds, Including Under-Represented Minorities
8. T32 Postdoctoral Program to Enrich Translation and Multimodal Research in Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementia (PET/MR in ADRD) - T32 AG066592
9. Limited Submission Funding Opportunities
10. Foundation Funding Opportunities

In Case You Missed It
 
Reminders of recently posted funding opportunities, deadlines and events
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS
 
1. Audio Visual Upgrades Coming to Simches, CNY 149, and CNY 114

We have recently received approval to update the audio-visual systems in the following rooms:

  • Simches Building Room 3.110
  • Simches Building Room 3.120
  • CNY Building 114 Rooms D1 & D2 (combinable rooms)
  • CNY Building 149 Room 7.213 (Isselbacher)

The upgrades include a complete overhaul of the systems – new cameras, microphones, and Zoom capabilities. System design will begin in July and work will commence in September.

 
2. Skills and Career Development Opportunities in Industry:  Several Innovation Fellows Program Openings!

The Innovation Fellows Program is a skills and career development program designed specifically for MD and PhD faculty and staff from Mass General Brigham hospitals who are interested in translational medicine and bridging the knowledge gap between industry and academia.  This unique program provides eligible staff with part-time, co-mentored experiential Fellow Projects in industry settings, including in pharma, biotech, digital health, medical device, and venture. 

The Program is currently seeking candidates for several Industry opportunities starting July 1, 2021 at Sanofi, Novartis, Boston Pharmaceuticals and Outcome Capital.   Please visit the Innovation Fellows website to review qualification requirements and to view current available opportunities (password: Fellows2021-please do not share this password externally).  Website best viewed in Chrome.

Please email Cary Mazzone at innovationfellows@partners.org with questions or for more information. 

 
3. CORRECTED DATES: Anesthesia Machine Annual Maintenance and Vaporizer Certification – Special Pricing!
Is your anesthesia machine/vaporizer due for service? Colonial Medical will be on-site at MGH June 22 (Boston Campus) and June 23 (CNY Campus).  Anyone scheduling service on these days will receive special discounted pricing - $170 for small machines and $270 for large machines.  Contact Colonial Medical directly to schedule: 888-446-8427 or service@colmedsupply.com.
 
Back to top
EVENTS
 
1. Fun Fridays: Painting Demonstration with Patricia Nolan-Brown (Troods)

Friday, June 18, 2021, 12:00 – 1:00 PM, Zoom

Sponsored by the Center for Faculty Development’s Office for Well-Being  

Join artist Patricia Nolan-Brown, who will be painting a sailboat scene, demonstrating her favorite way to paint, which anyone can learn. You will see how painting can be a form of joyful meditation once you let go of expectations. 

Patricia Nolan-Brown, BA (aka Troods) is an artist, with a BA in art from Framingham State University. She has used her creative brain to launch many inventions, build businesses, publish a book about the creative process and raise her three daughters. She interprets and paints things she loves such as travel, nature, and family, working with oils in an expressive impasto style. She has been accepted and awarded the Denis Diderot Grant for a 4-week Artist-in-Residence at the Chateau d'Orquevaux [dork-VO] in France where her work will be part of the chateau's permanent collection. 

Register and receive link

 
2. Lab Managers’ Discussion Group Meeting

Friday, June 18, 2021, 12:00 – 1:00 PM, Zoom

The next Lab Managers’ Discussion Group meeting is scheduled to take place on Friday, June 18th from 12:00 – 1:00 PM. The agenda topic will be “Research Agreement Types and Insight Process.” The Zoom information is listed below.

If you have questions or comments you would like to submit in advance of the next meeting, please fill out the form SubmitQuestionsToLMDG.

Join Zoom Meeting
https://broadinstitute.zoom.us/j/903351769?pwd=WkJKellVSDBKd2tlb2IrQncyaG9Zdz09
Meeting ID: 903 351 769
Passcode: 638795
One tap mobile: +16468769923,,903351769#,,,,*638795# US (New York) 

 
3. Enterprise Research IS Webinar: Deep Learning Accelerators

Friday, June 18, 2021, 12:00 – 1:30 PM, Zoom

Deep learning is a subset of AI and machine learning that uses multi-layered artificial neural networks to deliver state-of-the-art accuracy. Researchers have more choices than ever for deep learning accelerators. This is further complicated by the increasing amount of frameworks used to develop DL models. With constrained budgets and so many choices, you want to make sure you make the right decision before you commit to spending your money. Learn more about the webinar and register online
 
4. 2021 Juneteenth Celebration

Friday, June 18, 2021, 12:00 – 4:00 PM, Livestream

You are cordially invited to attend the 2021 Juneteenth Celebration on Friday, June 18th  organized by our Radiology Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee and co-sponsored by MGH Equity & Community Health.  The event will be broadcast via MGH Livestream. 

Programming will include opening remarks from Efren Flores, MD, Director, Radiology Equity & Community Health, Joseph Betancourt, MD, MPH, Senior Vice President, Equity and Community Health, and Win Williams, MD, Founding Director, MGH Center for Diversity & Inclusion, followed by keynote speaker Robert E. Fullilove, EdD, Associate Dean for Community and Minority Affairs, Professor of Clinical Sociomedical Sciences and the co-director of the Cities Research Group at Columbia School of Public Health. The afternoon will focus on celebrating art and its impact on health, featuring Dan Chonde, MD, PhD, and the People's HeART Project    Also, don’t miss the special lunch menu offered by MGH Nutrition Services at the main campus.

Please check Apollo  to see full list of events planned this week!

 
5. CBRC Seminar Series

Monday, June 21, 2021, 9:00 – 10:00 AM, Zoom

Nuclear mechanotransduction: regulation of cell fate and integrity”

Sara A. Wickström, MD, PhD
Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology Faculty of Medicine and Helsinki Institute for Life Science (HiLIFE)
University of Helsinki, Finland

Join Zoom Meeting: https://partners.zoom.us/j/85339431909
Meeting ID: 853 3943 1909

 
6. Summer Science Slam

Tuesday, June 22, 2021, 4:00 – 5:00 PM, Zoom

MGRI Science Slams are fun, informal science communication events where researchers are challenged to explain their science in layman's terms in three minutes or less. Can they take the heat?

This time around we are partnering with the Division of Clinical Research and the Munn Center for Nursing Research. You can expect to learn about the latest nursing and clinical research, but scientists from all disciplines are welcome to slam their science or watch the fun!

We encourage slammers to think outside the box in terms of presentation format (i.e. no PowerPoint) and to get creative with props, pictures, everyday household items or something we haven't even thought of yet.

New to our Science Slams or need a refresher on how they work? Check out our Science Slam Tips and Tricks.

If you're not up to slamming, sign up to soak up the (virtual) sun and cheer people on!

Zoom link information will be sent to those who register. This is a free event open to all members of the MGRI community.

Click here to join the summer fun!

 
7. Making Your Digital Health Pitch, IDEA Symposium

Thursday, June 24, 2021, 12:00 PM, Zoom

Join Donald Gummow, Business Analyst, Brigham Digital Innovation Hub, BWH; Jennifer Shin, MD, SM, Associate Surgeon, BWH; Sara Silacci, Chief Strategy Officer & Senior Managing Director, Center for Innovation in Digital HealthCare (CIDH), MGH; and Haipeng (Mark) Zhang, DO, Medical Director, Brigham Digital Innovation Hub, BWH to hear from experts on crafting a pitch, finding a champion, assessing funding and other resources, and learn best practices in pursuing a digital project.
Click here to register

About MGB Innovation Digital Education Academy (IDEA) Symposium
Mass General Brigham Innovation Digital Education Academy (IDEA) Symposium is a new, year-long program focused on Innovation and Digital Health. Designed for faculty, staff, and innovators within our System, each month will feature a theme with speaker(s) working on innovations and initiatives within the digital health space.   The following events are only open to Mass General Brigham employees. IDEA webpage: Learn more

 
8. Virtual Research Technical Talk

Thursday, June 24, 2021, 12:00 – 2:00 PM, MS Teams

This month will feature a presentation of the  BWH Department of Preventative Medicine IT infrastructure and ongoing project, "SARS2 simplified scores to estimate risk of hospitalization and death among patients with COVID-19". The second talk will cover the network medical device inventory appliance pilot and its relevance to the research community. This monthly meeting is geared for research IT administrators and managers who support research and innovation departments but is open to anyone in the Mass General Brigham community. Subscribe to receive the monthly meeting invite if you’re interested in learning more or attending.

Join the Virtual Research Technical Talk

 
9. Helen Gurley Brown Presidential Summit on Women and Science

Thursday, June 24, 2021, 1:00 – 2:30 PM, Virtual

Join us virtually to hear from prominent female leaders in the science community as we celebrate and support women in cancer research and medicine.

Speakers:

Laurie H. Glimcher, MD (Moderator)
President & CEO
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Principal Investigator and Director,
Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center
Richard and Susan Smith Professor of Medicine,
Harvard Medical School

Professor Paula Therese Hammond
Koch Professor of Engineering
Department Head of Chemical Engineering
Koch Institute of Integrative Cancer Research
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Elizabeth M. Jaffee, MD, FAACR, FACP
The Dana and Albert “Cubby” Broccoli Professor of Oncology
Deputy Director, the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins
Co-Director, Gastrointestinal Cancers Program

Paula A. Johnson, MD, MPH
President, Wellesley College

Reshma Kewalramani, MD, FASN
CEO and President, Vertex Pharmaceuticals

To RSVP, click here
Please RSVP by June 21, 2021.  Questions for the panelist can be submitted with your RSVP.

 
10. 2021 Virtual Tumor Course

Monday, November 2, 2021 – Thursday, November 4, 2021

36TH CRITICAL ISSUES IN TUMOR MICROENVIRONMENT
ANGIOGENESIS, METASTASIS AND IMMUNOLOGY

For comprehensive information about this course, including faculty, schedule, and pricing,

please visit the 36th Critical Issues in Tumor Microenvironment: Angiogenesis, Metastasis and Immunology website

The “36th Annual Critical Issues in Tumor Microenvironment: Angiogenesis, Metastasis and Immunology” course, directed by Professor Rakesh K. Jain, will continue to offer the best in critical analysis of what is currently known about the tumor microenvironment, angiogenesis, metastasis, immunology, metabolism and chronobiology. This will include chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapies and the role of microbiome as newly introduced topics this year. The faculty is internationally recognized. They will present their latest findings from their clinics and laboratories. The goal is to highlight key gaps in present knowledge of cancer and outline future directions for research at the bench, in the clinic, and in drug development.

The course will continue its four-day online webinar-based live lecture format. Learning formats will include didactic lectures, Q&A and group discussions. The faculty will encourage an open discussion and will provide critical comments on challenges and future opportunities in research in cancer and in establishment of novel therapy approaches and biomarkers to guide treatment. The aim of this course is to analyze and synthesize the most up-to-date findings. Our faculty will present valuable information in a systematic and comprehensive framework, along with a critical review of various measurement techniques. This course is dedicated to helping to improve clinical translation of this knowledge and competence, leading to improved cancer treatment.  

Harvard Medical School’s secure online registration.

Click here to for an overview 

Click here to view the brochure

 
Back to top
FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
 
1. COVID Funding Opportunities

Please visit the new MGB web page for COVID funding opportunities that provides a central database for researchers to view open and competitive funding announcements.

We have aggregated opportunities from federal and private funding sources including NIH, DoD, CDC, EPA, foundations, and more.  The database defaults to sorting by award amount and can also be sorted by deadline or filtered by research focus.

Upcoming deadlines:

Recently added:

 
2. NIH Research Supplements to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research

Fostering diversity in the scientific research workforce is a key component of the NIH strategy to identify, develop, support and maintain the quality of our scientific human capital NOT-OD-20-031.

This administrative supplement is designed to provide support for research experiences for individuals from diverse backgrounds throughout the continuum from high school to the faculty level. Continuation of this program in the future will depend on the evaluation of the career outcomes of the supported individuals as well as continuing assessments of the diversity of the scientific workforce.

Please click here to learn more.

 
3. The Smith Family Awards for Excellence in Biomedical Research

A program of the Richard and Susan Smith Family Foundation

The Smith Family Awards for Excellence in Biomedical Research
“The mission of the Awards Program is to launch the careers of newly independent biomedical researchers with the ultimate goal of achieving medical breakthroughs. The three‚Äźyear Award supports newly independent faculty engaged in basic biomedical research. Investigators in the physical sciences (physics, chemistry and engineering) whose projects focus on biomedical science are also encouraged to apply. While basic research projects involving human subjects, data, and samples are eligible, clinical trials research is beyond the scope of this program.

“In recognition of the importance of research collaboration by the scientific community, collaboration is an additional, but not required, positive ancillary factor. These projects may involve researchers within and/or outside MGH.”

This opportunity is open to full-time faculty at MGH whose Assistant Professor appointment began (or will begin) between 10/1/18 and 4/1/22. The award is $300,000 over three years, inclusive of 5% institutional overhead. 

The foundation now has a two-stage application process, and there are no limits on the number of applications from an institution. An internal selection process is no longer required. All eligible faculty at MGH should apply directly to the sponsor.

Initial proposal deadline: Tuesday, August 10, 2021 at 12:00 Noon (Those applicants who make it to the second stage will be invited to submit a full proposal in November).

Click here to learn more and apply.
 
4. NIH Director’s Early Independence Awards (DP5)

Preliminary applications are now being accepted by the Executive Committee on Research (ECOR) for the NIH Director’s Early Independence Awards.

What are they?
“The NIH Director’s Early Independence Award Program supports exceptional investigators who wish to pursue independent research directly after completion of their terminal doctoral/research degree or clinical residency, thereby forgoing the traditional post-doctoral training period and accelerating their entry into an independent research career. The Early Independence Award is intended for these select junior investigators who have already established a record of scientific innovation and research productivity and have demonstrated unusual scientific vision and maturity; typical post-doctoral training would unnecessarily delay their entry into independent research”

MGH is eligible to nominate two candidates for the NIH Director’s Early Independence Award.

When is the deadline?  
MGH internal pre-proposal: Tuesday, June 29, 2021 – 5:00 PM

How do I learn more and apply?
Click here to for more information and to apply for these awards.

 
5. Jeanette Ives Erickson Research Institute Grant

The Jeanette Ives Erickson Research Institute Grant Promoting Excellence in Patient Care is presented annually to a mid-career, PhD-prepared nurse researcher with dedication and passion for inquiry that improves patient and family outcomes. The researcher is expected to have a clearly defined area of research concentration (funded and unfunded) that has been disseminated and translated into patient care and is eligible for a new direction or application.  The proposed science complements an area(s) of research interest identified by the Yvonne L. Munn Center for Nursing Research, available at: http://www.mghpcs.org/MunnCenter/ and leads to externally funded grant submissions. 
Selection Criteria:

  • PhD in nursing.
  • Postdoctoral research fellowship preparation preferred.
  • Internal and external funding records to advance nursing research.
  • Emerging research has a clear focus on using a variety of methodological approaches to uncover new knowledge.
  • Dissemination of research findings nationally and beyond through invited presentations and peer-reviewed publications.
  • Focus on original research with potential for translation of results into practice.
  • Demonstrated leadership and national research recognition.

To set up an appointment to learn more about the Jeanette Ives Erickson Research Institute Grant, please email: Dottie Jones, Ed.D , ANP, FAAN DJONES9@mgh.harvard.edu to answer questions about how to focus your inquiry, select your team, and write the proposal.

HOW TO SUBMIT: Please click HERE for more information and to submit a letter of intent!
For general information about the Jeanette Ives Erickson Research Institute Grant, please visit the Munn Center website: http://www.mghpcs.org/munncenter/Munn_Research_Award.asp

 
6. Job Research Foundation Announces 4th Round of Funding

$400,000 in Grants Available to Researchers Investigating Causes/Treatments of Rare Multisystem Immunodeficiency Disorder

The Job Research Foundation, which seeks to help find a cure for Job Syndrome by providing the global scientific community with additional opportunities to further research into the rare multisystem immunodeficiency disorder, has announced the fourth round of grant funding. The Foundation will award two two-year grants in the amount of $200,000 each to scientific researchers who are investigating the causes of, and treatments for, Job Syndrome. Grant applications can be found online at https://www.jobresearchfoundation.org/grant-proposal-application . Deadline to apply is October 15, 2021.

The long-term goal of the Foundation is to help advance research to find a cure for Job Syndrome. In the short term, the Foundation hopes the research will improve the treatments for patients suffering from the rare disorder.

To date the organization has funded a total of ten research projects across the world. In 2019, Job Research Foundation awarded four grants in the first round of funding to researchers from Australia, Spain, Germany, and the United States. In 2020, four grants were awarded to researchers in the United States and the United Kingdom in the second round of funding. This year’s recipients are based in the United States and in Germany.

Special consideration will be given to research focused on Job Syndrome and Pulmonary Function. Previous applicants can apply in subsequent years to extend their research. The application process is open to researchers world-wide and awardees will be announced between December 2021 and January 2022.

The Job Research Foundation seeks to not only help find a cure for Job Syndrome by providing the scientific community with additional opportunities to further research into the rare multisystem immunodeficiency disorder, but also hopes that investigators will research treatments to help those suffering with Job Syndrome. Job Syndrome, also known as Autosomal Dominant Hyperimmunoglobulin E Syndrome (AD-HIES), was discovered in 1966 and is a multisystem immunodeficiency disorder found in males and females worldwide. Visit https://www.jobresearchfoundation.org/ for additional details.

 
7. NIH Research Project Grant (R01) Applications from Individuals from Diverse Backgrounds, Including Under-Represented Minorities

The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke seeks to promote diversity in all of its research programs and to increase the participation of underrepresented groups. As the US population becomes increasingly diverse, reflection of that diversity among the biomedical research workforce is vital to our science enterprise and the NIH research mission (See NOT-OD-20-031). NIH is committed to implementing approaches to address the funding gap for researchers from diverse backgrounds and “committed to instituting new ways to support diversity, equity, and inclusion, and identifying and dismantling any policies and practices that may harm our workforce and our science”.

This NOSI utilizes the NIH parent R01 announcement to encourage Program Director(s)/Principal Investigator(s) (PD(s)/PI(s)) from diverse backgrounds to conduct and contribute to the research areas of the NINDS.

This notice applies to due dates on or after June 5, 2021 and subsequent receipt dates through May 8, 2023. 

Click here to learn more.

 
8. T32 Postdoctoral Program to Enrich Translation and Multimodal Research in Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementia (PET/MR in ADRD) - T32 AG066592

The primary mission of this program is to promote the development of a diverse, translational research workforce that is capable of participating and/or leading cross-disciplinary team science relevant for the treatment and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease and AD-related dementias.  The trainee will pursue a targeted research project under the mentorship of world-class researchers in theHarvard research community in three key areas:

[1] biology of aging and neurodegeneration;
[2] data sciences, computational biology, statistics, math/engineering/physics;
[3] drug discovery and development

Most T32 faculty are within the MGH Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging and/or Massachusetts Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center.  Training includes targeted coursework, didactic lectures, and a dedicated T32 lecture series. General training includes research conduct, diversity and inclusion, mentoring, career development, and grant development activities.

Eligibility: PhD, MD, MD/PhD and U.S. citizen or permanent resident (see NIH PAR-18-524), with rolling admission for 4 training slots.  Our goal is to recruit a truly diverse T32 trainee pool that is highly representative of URM and women trainees.

Additional information: Please see  https://pricelab.martinos.org/t32-adrd/ for further information including application instructionsPlease submit questions to:  Krystal Whitfield (T32 Administrative Contact) at T32ADRD@mgh.harvard.edu
 
9. Limited Submission Funding Opportunities

We ask that all MGH Investigators interested in applying for any limited submission award submit a Letter of Intent (see detailed instructions below) to the MGH Executive Committee on Research (ECOR) by the deadline indicated for each award to be considered to receive an institutional nomination.

Process            
Submit a one- to two-page Letter of Intent (LOI) to the MGH Executive Committee on Research (ECOR) via email to ecor@partners.org.  In addition to your LOI, please include an NIH Biosketch.

The letter of intent should include:

  • Name of the Principal Investigator with appropriate contact information
  • A descriptive title of the potential application
  • Brief description of the project
  • Brief description of why you specifically should be selected to receive institutional nomination for this award

If there is more than one MGH investigator interested in applying for each limited submission award, the LOIs will be used to assess candidates and a review and selection process will take place.

Current Limited Submission Funding Opportunities                                                                                                                                        
Please click here for more information and for our internal deadlines.

  • Centers for HIV Structural Biology (U54 Clinical Trial Not Allowed)

If there is a limited submission funding opportunity you do not see listed above or you have any additional questions, please let us know at ecor@mgh.harvard.edu.

 
10. Foundation Funding Opportunities

Please contact Corporate & Foundation Relations in the Office of Development at devcfr@mgh.harvard.edu if you wish to submit a proposal in response to any of these opportunities.  Note that proposals are still routed through the standard Insight/Research Management process.

Please be aware that any grant that brings in less than 15% in indirect costs (IDC) will need to be supplemented up to the 15% equivalent by existing investigator or departmental sundry funds. Resolution of this issue must occur prior to submitting a proposal.  Training fellowships from foundations, public charity, and non-profit organizations are excluded from this minimum IDC requirement.

Week of 06/18/21

  • Dr. David L. Epstein Award, Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO)/ARVO Foundation for Eye Research (AFER). $100,000. Deadline: September 1
  • Career Development Award, American Heart Association (AHA). $231,000. Deadline: December 6
  • Research Grants, Cure Parkinson's Trust NEW! $352,000. Deadline: October 1
  • Clinical Investigator Career Development Award, Lymphoma Research Foundation (LRF). $225,000. Deadline: September 8
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship Grants, Lymphoma Research Foundation (LRF). $105,500. Deadline: September 8
  • Research Grants, Ménière's Society NEW! $56,000. Deadline: August 15
  • Innovative Translational and Clinical Research on Alternatives to Opioids: Effects on Pain and Performance, National Football League (NFL) NEW! Unspecified Amount. Deadline: July 31
  • COVID-19 Impact and SARS-CoV-2 Viral Lifecycle, Pfizer Global Medical Grants (GMG) NEW! COVID! $200,000. Deadline: July 8
  • Management of Uterine Fibroids and Endometriosis, Pfizer Global Medical Grants (GMG) NEW! $250,000. Deadline: July 29
  • Pfizer Innovation Challenge: Patient Preference Database Blueprint, Pfizer Global Medical Grants (GMG) NEW! $50,000. Deadline: August 2
  • PCF-Pfizer-Myovant Relugolix Challenge Awards, Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF). $750,000. Deadline: August 16
  • Grant Projects, SAGES Education & Research Foundation/ Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES). $100,000. Deadline: August 31
  • Institutional Challenge Grant, William T. Grant Foundation. $650,000. Deadline: September 14
 
Back to top
In Case You Missed It
 
Reminders of recently posted funding opportunities, deadlines and events

MGH Town Hall Meeting Recordings

MGB Community Connects

Mentor MGB

Check out the Coronavirus Resource Guide for MGH Researchers!

NIH Update for Week Ending June 18, 2021

PCORI - Click here for the latest funding opportunities from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI).

Looking for something you saw in a previous Research News release? Check out our archive!

Back to top
 
RESOURCES  

ECOR Website

Mass General Research Institute

MGH Research Intranet

Research Help and How-To

Your email address is currently listed as:%%emailaddr%%.

Click here to edit your profile or to change your email address for receipt of information about MGH Research.

Click here to subscribe to MGH Research Email announcements.
Executive Committee On Research (ECOR) Massachusetts General Hospital
125 Nashua Street, Suite 822, Boston, MA 02114
ecor@mgh.harvard.edu