Celebrating Our Stories: Women’s History Month


Celebrating Our Stories: Women’s History Month Virtual Panel Discussion Join Mass General Brigham’s three women’s employee resource groups – Women’s Initiative Network (enterprise chapter), Women Standing Tall and Together (Brigham and Women’s chapter), and Women’s Employee Resource Collaborative (Brigham and Women’s Faulkner chapter) – for a collaborative virtual panel discussion. This event is inspired by […]

Yoga for Stress, Resilience, and Burnout in Healthcare Providers


Hosted by the Brigham Education Institute (BEI) Chronic stress is highly prevalent in modern society and is especially important in critical occupations such as healthcare where it can lead to burnout. However, our educational and medical systems are not effectively addressing this burden which can lead to mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression and […]

Addressing the Often Unaddressed: Menopause and its Impact


In this interactive webinar, Dr. Jan Shifren and Jannine Versi discussed symptoms of the menopausal transition and their potential impact on women at work. Discussion Facilitators: Jan Shifren, MD is a gynecologist, reproductive endocrinologist, and director of the Mass General Midlife Women’s Health Center. Dr. Shifren’s research focuses on menopause, including the effects of estrogens, […]

Event Series Meditation Monday

Meditation Monday


Co-sponsored by the Center for Faculty Development's Office for Well-Being and the MGPO Frigoletto Committee Join Darshan Mehta, MD, MPH, Director, Office for Well-Being for a guided meditation session on Monday mornings.

Women in Science Symposium


Events are co-sponsored by HMS Office for Clinical and Academic Affairs, BCH Office of Faculty Development & Harvard OTD Women in Science Symposium: “Celebrating Women in Innovation” Panelists: Karen Cichowski, PhD, Brigham & Women's Hospital / Dana Farber Cancer Institute Brielle Ferguson, PhD, Boston Children's Hospital Ya-Chieh Hsu, PhD, Harvard Department of Stem Cell and […]

It’s Never Too Early to Plan for Retirement


It’s Never Too Early to Plan for Retirement: Financial Advice for Early-career Faculty Are you saving each month but aren't sure you are on track? A lot of retirement planning resources are geared towards individuals who are 5-10 years away from retirement. What about when you're early career? We will dig into a series of […]

Event Series Mom’s Next Steps Group

Mom’s Next Steps Group


Meetings are at noon on the first Tuesday of every month. The Moms’ (Divorce/Separation) Next Steps discussion group is an outgrowth of the Mass General Brigham Mothers Group and is for moms who have divorced or are in the middle of separation and divorce. The goal is to have a chance to share concerns and […]

Event Series Midweek Meditation

Midweek Meditation


Sponsored by the Center for Faculty Development's Office for Well-Being The CFD Office for Well-Being offers a second weekly meditation session in addition to its Meditation Mondays. The "Midweek Meditations" are held every Wednesday at 8am and each session is guided by a different guest meditation leader from MGH and beyond.  

Neuroscience Grand Rounds

Ether Dome, Bulfinch 4 55 Fruit Street, Bulfinch Building, 4th floor, Boston, MA, United States

Neuroscience Grand Rounds 2022-2023 The Development of Oncolytic Immunovirotherapy for Glioblastoma and Other Cancers Objectives: Through the review of specific example studies, gain an understanding of: The attendee will know the history of the development of oncolytic viruses for cancer therapy The attendee will understand the concept of in situ vaccination and immunovirotherapy of cancer […]

MGH Poetry at Work

Hybrid (in-person and zoom) MA, United States

5th annual “Poetry at Work,” MGH’s celebration of National Poetry Month Presented by the MGH Writer-in-Residence program in partnership with the Russell Museum and co-directed by Dr. Suzanne Koven and Dr. Kathy May Tran. MGH President David Brown, MD will welcome the audience. Michael Bierer, MD; Kathy May Tran, MD; Terry Doherty, RN; and Anne […]

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