skip to Main Content
The Art & Anatomy of Writing a Career Development Grant

Course Directors: Gail Adler, MD, PhD (BWH) and Lise Nigrovic, MD, MPH (BCH)

This course is hosted by the Brigham Research Education Program and the Boston Children’s Hospital Clinical Research Program. It is designed for faculty, fellows, and other novice grant writers who are planning to apply for a career development (K) grant. The 2-afternoon course will provide insight and resources for each section of your grant.

Preview the agenda 

How to Be the Boss: Solutions and Strategies for Researchers

This career development series provides faculty and others managing research programs with the opportunity to learn about professionalism, employment law, performance management, hiring, and unconscious bias in the workplace. Participants will gain skills and tools to successfully manage productive research program staff and promote a positive environment and just culture. There are 8 individual sessions.

Learn more and sign up for the upcoming session

English as a Second Language

This ESL course is offered semesterly at Brigham and Women’s by FLS International Language School. The course is geared towards postdoctoral fellows. It is designed to improve verbal communication skills to integrate non-native speakers into their English-speaking environments. Class instruction is highly interactive and conversation-based. The Fall 2020 course will be taught via Zoom.

Apply for the Fall 2020 Semester

Back To Top