Research News - November 13, 2020

 

         
 
November 13, 2020
ANNOUNCEMENTS
 

1. Flu shot deadline is TODAY!
2. ERIS Newsletter: COVID-19 Research IS & Computing Activities
3. New, Secure Standards for Email Security, Modern Authentication

EVENTS
 

1. There are four days left to view Picture a Scientist!
2. ZebiAI-Chemome Initiative Event
3. REDCap User Group Meeting
4. Lab Manager’s Discussion Group
5. A Practical Guide to Leveraging the Mass General Brigham Biobank for Genetic and Biomarker Research
6. Overview of Career Opportunities in the Life Science Sector
7. MGH Virtual Trivia Night
8. Speaking Up: How to Represent Yourself & Get Your Ideas Heard
9. Research Virtual Tech Talk
10. Managing Parenthood and Your Career Series: Adoption
11. Conflict Management and Feedback: A tool for growth and change (not a dreaded weapon)

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
 

1. COVID Funding Opportunities
2. MGH ECOR Interim Support Funding Program - Deadline: December 1, 2020
3. MGH Claflin Distinguished Scholar Awards for Junior Faculty Women Investigators
4. Howard M. Goodman Fellowship 2021
5. NIH Research Supplements to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research
6. 2020 John T. Potts, Jr., MD, Faculty Mentoring Award
7. MGRI Graduate Student Division Principal Investigator 2020 Mentoring Award
8. Translational Research Institute for Space Health
9. MGH Screening Technologies in Primary Care Innovation Fund (PCIF)
10. Limited Submission Funding Opportunities
11. Foundation Funding Opportunities

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Reminders of recently posted funding opportunities, deadlines and events
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS
 
1. Flu shot deadline is TODAY!

To protect the safety of all patients and staff, all employees must receive a flu vaccine by November 13, 2020, unless they are approved for a medical or religious exemption. Employees and dependents who are covered by a Mass General Brigham health plan may obtain flu vaccinations at no cost at your doctor’s office, CVS, another pharmacy or at a Mass General Brigham Urgent Care center.

For other options for obtaining your flu vaccination click here. Learn more flu vaccination information, including how to request a medical or religious exemption and important deadlines.

 
2. ERIS Newsletter: COVID-19 Research IS & Computing Activities

COVID-19 has brought to us all new challenges in how we work and what we work on. No exception for Research IS & Computing and ERIS. Our newsletter provides an overview of the RISC/ERIS development and innovation since March 2020 and new services for this era such as the COVID-19 Data Mart housed in the Data Enclave and COVID-19 Summary Table. You can view the full newsletter in your browser. Subscribe to the email list and receive this quarterly newsletter in your inbox.

ERIS Newsletter: COVID-19 Research IS & Computing Activities

 
3. New, Secure Standards for Email Security, Modern Authentication

Older devices or software may connect to email using “basic authentication”, which requires only your username and password for access. Basic authentication leaves you open to cyberattacks and does not meet Mass General Brigham’s security standards. To increase email security, basic authentication will be disabled and requiring two-factor authentication to access email on November 17th. If you do not update your device, you may access your email using Outlook on the web at https://outlook.office.com. For questions or assistance, please contact the IS Service Desk.

INFO: New, Secure Standards for Email Security, Modern Authentication

 
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EVENTS
 
1. There are four days left to view Picture a Scientist!

The Mass General Research Institute and the Center for Faculty Development's Office for Research Careers are excited to sponsor a private viewing of:

PICTURE A SCIENTIST

It's not too late to view Picture a Scientist!  For those that register, you will receive an email within 24 hours which includes a link to view "Picture a Scientist".  This link will be active until Tuesday, November 17th for you to view at your leisure.

Please click here to register.

 
2. ZebiAI-Chemome Initiative Event

Friday, November 13, 9:00-10:00am, Zoom

Description: Detailed use of ML in driving deeper understanding of biology through the generation of small molecule probes. ZebiAI is partnered with Google (GAS) on what we call the Chemome Initiative.

Participants: Brant Binder, President of ZebiAI Therapeutics, Inc., Richard Wagner, CEO of ZebiAI Therapeutics, John Cuozzo, Head of Drug Discovery

Join URL:  https://partners.zoom.us/j/81304766719?pwd=RHR4QytyQzhjT1QzNFBNRzN0cGo4QT09
Meeting ID: 813 0476 6719 Passcode: 060742

If you have any questions, please email tmorrison-rohlfs@partners.org.

 
3. REDCap User Group Meeting

Friday, November 13, 2020, 12:00 – 2:00pm, Zoom

Sponsored by the MGH Division of Clinical Research and the MGH Biostatistics Center

Mass General Brigham plans to upgraded REDCap on Nov. 10th from v9.5.35 to v10.0.24. This user group session will review the details of the update and include recent project developments like eConsent, RPDR EPIC Integration and more. We encourage users to volunteer to share experiences and tips/tricks. Please send topics or suggestions ahead of the session.

Target audience: Researchers that are tasked with managing projects, improving data and survey collection methods and making changes to production projects.

Register Here. Please contact Tiereny Morrison-Rohlfs with questions.

Click here to learn more about the REDCap User Group Meeting

 
4. Lab Manager’s Discussion Group

Friday, November 13, 2020, 3:00 – 4:00pm, Via Zoom

The Lab Managers’ Discussion Group meeting is scheduled to take place on Friday, November 13th at 3:00pm.  These meetings will resume on a monthly basis. Please see the Zoom information 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
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Passcode: 638795
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5. A Practical Guide to Leveraging the Mass General Brigham Biobank for Genetic and Biomarker Research

Monday, November 16, 2:00-5:00pm, Via Zoom

Recent years have seen the rise of precision medicine as an organizing framework for biomedical research. Mass General Brigham has emerged as a leader in this new paradigm, facilitated in part by the availability of the Mass General Brigham (MGB) Biobank. With more than 120,000 participants enrolled and broad clinical data, biospecimens, and genomic data, the MGB Biobank offers a powerful resource for basic, clinical/translational, omics, and biomarker research.
The MGH Division of Clinical Research is sponsoring a mini-course focused on how investigators may leverage the MGB Biobank for genetic and biomarker research. Distinguished MGB faculty will provide an overview of the Biobank resource and examples of how investigators have used the biobank for discovery and biomarker research. 

2:00-2:30 Welcome and Introduction to the Mass General Brigham Biobank
Jordan Smoller, MD, ScD, Director, Omics Unit, MGH Division of Clinical Research
2:30-3:00 Dynamic Genomics Research in the Mass General Brigham Biobank
Pradeep Natarajan, MD, MMSc, Director Preventive Cardiology, MGH
3:00-3:45 Development of Sex-Dependent Clinical Risk Algorithm for Alzheimer's disease in Early Midlife
Jill Goldstein, Ph.D. Executive Director, Innovation Center on Sex Differences in Medicine, MGH; Professor of Psychiatry & Medicine, HMS
3:45-4:00 Break
4:00-4:45 Epidemiologic, Biomarker, and Multi-Omics Approaches to Investigating Rheumatoid Arthritis Susceptibility and Outcomes
Jeffrey Sparks, MD, MMSc, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Director of Immuno-Oncology and Autoimmunity, BWH and HMS
4:45-5:00 Wrap Up Q&A

Register here. Please contact tmorrison-rohlfs@partners.org with questions.

 
6. Overview of Career Opportunities in the Life Science Sector

Thursday, November 19, 2020, 4:00 – 5:00pm, Join Webinar via Zoom

Sponsored by the Center for Faculty Development's Postdoctoral and Graduate Student Divisions

Are you interested in exploring your future career opportunities?
This seminar will focus on career opportunities available to individuals with advanced degrees and provide an overview of the skills needed to excel in each type of role.

At this seminar you will learn about:

  • Research and non-research career paths such as consulting, product development, etc.
  • Numerous opportunities for you in non-profit and for-profit organizations
  • Professional associations and groups that are active in the Boston area life sciences ecosystem
  • Transferable skills, their importance and how to highlight them for specific roles

Facilitator: Lauren Celano, MBA, Founder and CEO, Propel Careers

Register and add to my calendar.

Click here to view webinar.
 
7. MGH Virtual Trivia Night

Thursday, November 19, 2020, 7:00 – 8:30pm

Sponsored by the CNY Vitality and Advocacy Committee  (formally CNY Quality of Life Committee)

We are excited to host a FREE MGH Virtual Trivia Night on Thursday, November 19th from 7:00-8:30 pm.  All researchers, trainees, and staff are welcome to join!!!

Please organize your team (no more than 8 people/team) and register using the link below.  If you don't have a team to play with, feel free to register by entering “Random” to be assigned to a team.

We expect a large turn out, so register your team now to reserve a spot.  The number of teams will be capped at 60 total!

A link to the Zoom event will be provided upon registration.  Please ensure you log on 10-20 minutes prior to the event.

Click here to register.

 
8. Speaking Up: How to Represent Yourself & Get Your Ideas Heard

Tuesday, December 1, 2020, 12:00 – 1:30pm, Join Webinar via Zoom

Sponsored by the Center for Faculty Development

  • Would you like your ideas to get more recognition?
  • Are you a great advocate for others but not as good at meeting your own interests?
  • In large groups, do you struggle to get your voice heard?

Speaking up clearly and effectively is a critical leadership skill. Whether leading a team, or navigating an academic career, representing yourself is critical to your success. In this interactive session, we examine common roadblocks to effective assertion and offer practical tips to help professionals speak up more effectively.

Facilitators:Gillien Todd, JD, Lecturer, Harvard Law School and Harvard Graduate School of Education; Consultant, Triad Consulting
Debbie Goldstein, JD, Lecturer, Harvard Law School and Harvard Graduate School of Education; Principal and Managing Director, Triad Consulting

Register and add to my calendar.
Click here to view webinar.

 
9. Research Virtual Tech Talk

Thursday, December 3, 2020, 12:00 – 2:00 PM, Via Microsoft Teams

Are you looking for an opportunity to interact with Mass General Brigham (MGB) Corporate IT to ask questions and express concerns? This monthly meeting is geared to research IT administrators and managers who support research departments and labs, but is open to anyone in MGB community. 
Join us for the Research Virtual Tech Talk.

Click here to learn more about the December 3rd Research Virtual Tech Talk

 
10. Managing Parenthood and Your Career Series: Adoption

Thursday, December 10, 2020, 12:00 – 1:00 pm, Join via Zoom
Sponsored by the Center for Faculty Development's Office for Women's Careers

For most people, adoption and foster care seem like big mysteries. If you’re curious to learn more, come find out more from four people who are adoptive/foster parents, one of whom is also currently helping individuals and families in the adoption process. Also come if you would like to join a community of parents and adoptees!

Panelists: Connie Chang, MD; Laura Nemeyer, EdD; Ellen & Nate Lowe

Register and add to my calendar.
Attend via Zoom.

 
11. Conflict Management and Feedback:  A tool for growth and change (not a dreaded weapon)

Wednesday, December 16, 2020, 12:00 – 1:30 pm, Join via Zoom
Sponsored by the Center for Faculty Development

Objectives

  • Identify the barriers to resolving conflict among health care team members
  • Develop skills for using frame-based feedback to resolve conflict
  • Apply the skill of using frame-based feedback to relationship building on all levels

This session will focus on understanding the barriers to resolving conflict among health care team members and developing skills for using frame-based feedback as an effective way to resolve conflict. We will work together, applying the skill of using frame-based feedback to foster relationship building on all levels.

Facilitator: Jo Shapiro, MD, FACS, Associate Professor, Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, HMS; Senior Faculty for the Center for Medical Simulation in Boston; Consultant for the MGH Department of Anesthesia, Pain and Critical Care; and Founder, Brigham and Women’s Hospital Center for Professionalism and Peer Support

Register and add to my calendar.

Attend via Zoom.
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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:

  • MGH Screening Technologies in Primary Care Innovation Fund (PCIF) - (deadline 1/8/21):
    For details, please refer to announcement above in the funding opportunities section.
 
2. MGH ECOR Interim Support Funding Program– Deadline: December 1, 2020

The Executive Committee on Research (ECOR) is now accepting applications for Interim Support Funding. 

What are they?
Interim Support Funding
The Interim Support Funding (ISF) Program is open to Principal Investigators during a lapse or delay in their research funding from the NIH or another Federal agency (e.g., the National Science Foundation, the Department of Defense).  Investigators must have applied for independent, long-term support (R01, R21, U01 and P01). The intent of the program is to rescue strong scientific programs that are in need of bridge funding in order to sustain their research. Applications will be accepted regardless of percentile or score, including applications that were not discussed. Financial need and the impact of the COVID pandemic will be taken into account. Please note that Formulaic Bridge Funding Support will not be offered until further notice.

When is the deadline?
December 1, 2020 - 5:00 PM

How do I learn more and apply?
Interim Support Funding - Click here

 
3. The MGH Claflin Distinguished Scholar Awards

For Junior Faculty Women Investigators

Applications are now being accepted by the Executive Committee on Research (ECOR) for the
Claflin Distinguished Scholar Awards!

What are the Claflin Awards?
Although women scientists are recruited to Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) programs, their advancement to senior faculty positions is still far less frequent than that of their male counterparts.  In 1993, The Women in Academic Medicine Committee, originally chaired by Mrs. Jane D. Claflin, Honorary Trustee, was established to facilitate the academic careers of women in science at MGH.  Recognizing that a significant obstacle to career advancement is the difficulty of maintaining research productivity during the child-rearing years, this Committee, with the sponsorship of the Executive Committee on Research (ECOR), established the Claflin Distinguished Scholar Awards.  It is intended that this funding will increase opportunities for women to advance to senior positions in academic medicine.

How much is each award?
These are two year awards for $50,000 per year in direct costs, plus 15% for indirect costs.

When is the deadline?
Tuesday, December 8, 2020 - 5:00 PM

How do I learn more and apply?
Click here to read more and apply online.

 
4. Howard M. Goodman Fellowship 2021

Applications are now being accepted by the Executive Committee on Research (ECOR) for the MGH Howard M. Goodman Fellowship

What is it?
This is an endowed fellowship established by the MGH Department of Molecular Biology in honor of the founding Chief of the Department, Dr. Howard M. Goodman. The award is intended to further the careers of outstanding independent young scientists, who would normally hold the position of Assistant Professor, and have demonstrated the potential to rise to a leadership position in their chosen field. Applicants who hold a full-time appointment in any MGH department and are primarily engaged in research are eligible to apply.

How much is the award?
The award is $165,000 per year for two years plus 15% indirect costs and is effective April 1, 2021.  

When is the deadline?
Tuesday, December 15, 2020 – 5:00 PM

How do I learn more and apply?

 
5. 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.

 
6. 2020 John T. Potts, Jr., MD, Faculty Mentoring Award

Nomination deadline: Tuesday, November 24, 2020 – 5:00 pm

Sponsored by the Center for Faculty Development

Do you have an outstanding mentor? Do you know an outstanding mentor?

The Center for Faculty Development invites nominations for the John T. Potts, Jr., MD, Faculty Mentoring Award. Created to honor John T. Potts, Jr., MD’s outstanding achievements in faculty mentoring, this award seeks to recognize senior faculty members (MD, PhD, or equivalent advanced degree) with 10 or more years of mentoring experience at MGH. This $5,000 award will be given to a faculty member from any MGH department who has contributed to the success of junior faculty members and trainees and demonstrated excellence in a number of ways including:

  • Having a positive impact on careers of junior faculty 
  • Implementing ideas/programs that promote faculty success
  • Demonstrating sustained interest and success in mentoring of junior faculty and/or trainees 
  • Fostering and encouraging professional development of junior faculty and trainees
  • Facilitating and/or developing approaches to work-life balance

Learn more and submit a nomination.

 
7. MGRI Graduate Student Division Principal Investigator 2020 Mentoring Award

Nomination deadline: Tuesday, November 24, 2020 – 5:00 PM

Sponsored by the CFD's Office for Research Career's Graduate Student Division

Do you know an outstanding Principal Investigator (PI) mentoring PhD graduate student(s) in their lab?

The MGH Graduate Student Division (GSD) within the Center for Faculty Development invites nominations for the GSD PI Mentoring Award. This award will be given to an MGH PI who has contributed to the success of PhD graduate student(s) at MGH and demonstrated excellence in a number of ways including:

  • Demonstrating sustained interest and success in mentoring of PhD graduate student(s) in research
  • Having a positive impact on academic progress and achievements of PhD graduate student(s)
  • Helping PhD graduate student(s) to stay on track with their academic work
  • Fostering and encouraging professional development of PhD graduate student(s)

Learn more and submit a nomination.

 
8. Translational Research Institute for Space Health

Funded by NASA through a cooperative agreement, the Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH) is seeking research proposals with emerging scientific and biomedical advances, disruptive technologies, and new therapies and engineering capabilities with the potential to protect health in deep space.

TRISH seeks and funds high-risk, high-reward and creative solutions that can be used to protect astronauts on long duration exploration missions. With this solicitation, TRISH is seeking novel research and multi-disciplinary approaches to reduce health risks through manipulation of human metabolism and homeostasis at the cellular or whole organism level.

Click here to view the solicitation.

Depending on available funding, scientific merit review recommendations, and the programmatic review, five to seven grants may be awarded by TRISH. TRISH will accept proposals with a maximum annual budget of $500K per year for up to two years (direct plus indirect costs). The 10% cost-sharing minimum must be added on top of the maximum budget of $500K per year.

Step-1 proposal deadline: December 21, 2020 by 5 pm ET.

Step-2 proposal deadline (from selected investigations): March 30, 2021.

Selections will be announced in August 2021.

 
9. MGH Screening Technologies in Primary Care Innovation Fund (PCIF)

There is great promise for the development of new technologies to detect disease or disease risk factors at an earlier stage in the primary care setting. However, innovative screening technologies are frequently difficult to get off the ground due to challenges conducting research in the primary care setting and difficulties translating and commercializing technologies that need to be implemented in a cost-effective manner and on a large scale.

Thanks to philanthropic support from a generous family and the combined effort of the Department of Medicine and the Tearney Lab at MGH, a new primary care effort focused on translating technology to detect disease or disease risk factors at an earlier, more treatable or preventable stage has been created.

To populate this technology pipeline, we have initiated a pilot funding program to support proof-of-concept projects that advance promising new primary care screening technologies. This program will not only identify new investigators with great ideas, but will also provide them with the mentoring and support that are so critical to the successful realization of innovative ideas.

We therefore invite applications for pilot grant funding from MGH investigators who are conducting research developing or validating primary care screening technologies.

Awards: One pilot grant will be funded for one year at $50,000 (direct costs).

Application Guidelines:

  • Principal Investigator’s NIH formatted biosketch
  • Three-page proposal including:
    • Project title with contact information for the Principal Investigator
    • Abstract (200 words)
    • Description of project, including background, significance, and research plan
    • Budget allocation
  • One letter of support

Key Dates:

  • Due date for proposals is January 8, 2021
  • Proposals will be reviewed by an internal committee with expertise on primary care screening technology development, clinical translation, and commercialization.
  • Funding will begin on February 1, 2021

Submission Instructions:

  • Please prepare the application as a single, merged PDF and submit to PCIF@mgh.harvard.edu
  • Please address all inquiries to The Primary Care Innovation Fund Committee
  • Please direct any questions to Lisa Palmer at ecpalmer@mgh.harvard.edu
 
10. 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.

  • NIH Neuroscience Development for Advancing the Careers of a Diverse Research Workforce (R25 Clinical Trial Not Allowed)
  • MD-PhD Training Program in Alzheimer’s disease and Its Related Dementias and the Behavioral and Social Sciences (T32)
  • A Multidisciplinary Approach to Study Vaccine-elicited Immunity and Efficacy Against Malaria (U01 Clinical Trial Not Allowed)
  • NCI Pathway to Independence Award for Outstanding Early Stage Postdoctoral Researchers (K99/R00 – Independent Basic Experimental Studies with Humans Required)
  • NCI Pathway to Independence Award for Outstanding for Early Stage Postdoctoral Researchers (K99/R00 – Independent Clinical Trial Not Allowed)
  • NCI Pathway to Independence Award for Outstanding Early Stage Postdoctoral Researchers (K99/R00 – Independent Clinical Trial Required)

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.

 
11. 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 11/13/20

  • AACR Gertrude B. Elion Cancer Research Award, American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) ($75,000). Deadline: January 5
  • Research Training Award for Fellows (RTAF), American Society of Hematology (ASH) ($71,000). Deadline: January 15
  • Women's Health Program, Massachusetts Life Sciences Center ($750,000). Deadline: January 14
  • Rheumatology Competitive Grant Program, Pfizer Global Medical Grants (GMG) ($150,000). Deadline: January 22
  • Coins for Alzheimer's Research Trust (CART Fund), Rotary International ($250,000). Deadline: December 1
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