Calendar

Online course: Responsible Conduct of Omics Research – May 13-June 10

Deadline: April 24, 2019

Online course: Responsible Conduct of Omics Research. This online course will cover foundational RCR topics across omics fields. Additionally, this course will fulfill NSF and NIH Career Development Award RCR criteria

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Lecture: Sex Differences in Health and Disease with David C. Page – April 24

April 24, 2019

Lecture: Sex Differences in Health and Disease with David C. Page. David Page, MD, MIT, will discuss his research on the genetic origins of sex biases in human health and disease.

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Workshop: Single IRB Boot Camp: A How-to Guide with SMART IRB – April 25

April 25, 2019

Workshop: Single IRB Boot Camp: A How-to Guide with SMART IRB. This daylong boot camp is intended to train IRB and HRPP personnel in the successful implementation of the single IRB model, including how to leverage SMART IRB resources.

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Panel: Overcoming Barriers to New Payment Models for Advanced Illness – April 26

April 26, 2019

Panel: Overcoming Barriers to New Payment Models for Advanced Illness. The shift to value-based care presents opportunities to improve care delivery for advanced illness. Join thought leaders who will identify key challenges and share their vision for a future where new payment models align with improved advanced illness care.

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Information Session: BWH Cores and Resources Fair – April 29

April 29, 2019

Information Session: BWH Cores and Resources Fair. This fair will feature Brigham and Women's Hospital and Partners core facilities and provide an opportunity for the BWH research community to learn more about resources available to them, as well as for cores to connect with researchers.

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Lecture: Tapping into Plants’ Natural Chemical Arsenals Without Taxing Nature with Jing-Ke Weng – May 1

May 1, 2019

Lecture: Tapping into Plants' Natural Chemical Arsenals Without Taxing Nature with Jing-Ke Weng. Jing-Ke Weng, PhD, MIT, will discuss how discoveries in natural product chemistry and biochemistry, particularly from plants, have impacted our society in big ways.

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Course: Harvard Chan School Executive and Continuing Professional Education – May6-July26

May 6, 2019

Course: Harvard Chan School Executive and Continuing Professional Education – 5/6/2019-7/26/2019. Executive and continuing professional education courses.

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Lecture: Lessons from the Liver: Uncovering Novel Approaches for Regenerative Medicine – May 8

May 8, 2019

Lecture: Lessons from the Liver: Uncovering Novel Approaches for Regenerative Medicine. Kristin Knouse, PhD, MIT, will discuss the work in her laboratory aimed at understanding what endows the liver with its unique regenerative ability & the goal of one day conferring this capacity to other organs in the setting of injury or disease.

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