Coffee and Conversation: “Making your Mark through the HMS CV Narrative”

Sponsored by the Center for Faculty Development’s Office for Women’s Careers Coffee and Conversation is a new monthly series sponsored by the Office for Women’s Careers to create connections among faculty by bringing them together informally to address specific topics of interest and concern. Come to Coffee and Conversation to get insights into making your...

Procrastination Panel

Panel on Combatting Procrastination

When it comes time to sit down and write a manuscript of any kind, do you find many other things to do instead? Attend this presentation on how to combat procrastination. Three senior faculty will share the strategies they use to leap the hurdle of procrastination and get down to writing. Panelists: Andrew Nierenberg, MD,...

Your Paper– Increasing the Odds of Its Acceptance at a High Impact Journal

Finding the funding, mentorship and milieu to do the research that results in writing a manuscript is difficult. Once it is written, you want to enhance the chance that it will be accepted into a journal and a well-regarded one at that. Come to this session to learn how to optimize your chances of acceptance...

Funding/Grants files

Grant Writing Course- Session 6: “Budgets and Personnel Documents”

GRANT WRITING COURSE – FALL 2021 Wednesdays from October 6 to December 1, 2021 This 8-week Grant Writing Course, created by the MGH Science Writing Group led by Becca Ward, PhD, is open to all MGH trainees and faculty. There is no requirement to attend every session, but you are highly encouraged to do so....

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