FNNDSC Weekly Newsletter - Week 21

Upcoming Events

October 20th, 12:00 PM: Digital Imaging Essentials Workshop

(Understand how to prepare images in one application for use in other applications.)

October 20th, 3:00 PM: Coordinator Rounds with the IRB - Register, Password: 996960

· October 24th: Last Day to Register to Vote in MA for General Election

· October 28th, 10:00 AM: Bi-Weekly Lecture Series with Dr. Ali Gholipour · October 29th, NBS Webinar Series: Neonatal Metabolic Epilepsies - Dr. Phillip Pearl

· October 30th: Flu Vaccination deadline


Helpful Links

Computer Password Change Requirement

Flu Central

Research Announcements & News

Funding Opportunities

Staff Resources - Covid-19


PRADA (Program for RA Development and Achievement)

Join Program for Research Assistant Development and Achievement (PRADA)'s Welcome Fair to learn more about PRADA and BCH resources!


October 28th from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Zoom link, Password: 053036


PRADA Co-Directors will present on benefits and resources available to research assistants and coordinators. Afterwards, hear from representatives on how to get involved in PRADA subcommittees focused on a variety of health science disciplines including medicine, psychology and mental health, public health and health equity. Whether you are new to BCH or are a current PRADA member wanting to learn more about our updated missions and opportunities, all are welcome!


HMS 2021 Excellence in Mentoring Awards

Nominations deadline extended to Oct 23

Awards recognize the value of quality mentoring relationships and the impact they have on professional development and career advancement in basic/clinical medicine, research, teaching, and administration. Please consider nominating an HMS faculty member who has provided exceptional mentorship, encouragement, and support and has had an important impact on your career and personal development and/or that of other faculty, trainees, and students.


On-site Administrative Support This Week

Gauravi will be onsite this week on Friday, October 23th.

How have we adapted to work from home?

Yurui Guo, Clinical Research Assistant, takes in the beauty at Walden Pond in Concord, Massachusetts.


If you would like to share your work from home set up, fun quarantine activities, or pictures of your quarantine pet pals on the weekly newsletter series, please email gauravi.prabhu@childrens.harvard.edu.

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