We are honored to collaborate with the following institutions and organizations:
Brigham and Women’s Hospital Collaborators
Brigham Research Institute (BRI)
The BRI is comprised of ten research centers and four programs that provide opportunities for BWH researchers to collaborate on research aimed at accelerating the pace of discovery.
Brigham Innovation Hub
The Brigham Innovation Hub team is on the ground working both internally with clinicians and scientists here as well as the start-up community around us. How are we different? We are disrupting from inside one of the leading academic medical centers. We have support from our leadership to push our BWH employees outside of their comfort zone, in order to create value and to truly make a difference in the lives of the patients for whom we provide care.
BWH Physicians’ Council
The Brigham and Women’s Physicians’ Council is comprised of 18 physician members who represent each of the hospital’s departments and the private staff. These physicians work together to develop specific initiatives to enhance the professional lives of BWH physicians. The group’s main areas of focus are physician leadership, physician volunteerism and physician work life balance
Brigham and Women’s Physicians Organization (BWPO)
The Brigham and Women’s Physicians Organization (BWPO) serves as the strong and
united voice of all BWH physicians. Physician-led and governed, the BWPO provides
an infrastructure for the continued excellence and innovation in clinical care, medical
education, and research that have always been the hallmarks of BWH.
Center for Clinical Investigation (CCI)
The Center for Clinical Investigation (CCI) is the home for clinical research at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. The CCI is committed to facilitating the work of clinical investigators at the Hospital and in the larger community. The CCI interfaces with Harvard Catalyst to provide expanded resources to investigators at all Harvard-affiliated institutions.
Center for Professionalism & Peer Support
The Center promotes and expands such programs as the Professionalism Initiative, Culturally Competent Leadership, Peer Support, Disclosure and Apology Coaching and Wellness.
Connors Center for Women’s Health and Gender Biology
The Division of Women’s Health and the Mary Horrigan Connors Center for Women’s Health and Gender Biology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital are committed to improving the health of women and transforming their medical care.
Partners Research Navigator
Research Navigator is an application designed to help employees manage and understand the research lifecycle.
For additional Brigham and Women’s Hospital resources, please see BWH PikeNotes.
Harvard Medical School Collaborators
CHADD & Harvard-Affiliated Hospitals
The CFDD is proud to be a founding member of the Consortium of Harvard Affiliated Offices for Faculty Development and Diversity (CHADD). The CHADD member representatives meet quarterly to discuss issues related to the needs of faculty and trainees in the larger Harvard Medical School community. CHADD also hosts an annual mentoring symposium, typically held in mid-November.
Countway Library of Medicine
One of the largest medical libraries in the world, Countway serves the Harvard Medical School, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Boston Medical Library, and the Massachusetts Medical Society. The Countway Library holds more than 630,000 volumes, subscribes to 3,500 current journal titles and houses over 10,000 non-current biomedical journal titles. The library also houses one of the world’s leading medical history collections, and provides access to many electronic information resources.
Harvard Catalyst | The Harvard Clinical and Translational Science Center is dedicated to improving human health by enabling collaboration and providing tools, training, and technologies to clinical and translational investigators. Harvard Catalyst works with Harvard schools and the academic healthcare centers (hospitals) to build and grow an environment where discoveries are rapidly and efficiently translated to improve human health
Harvard Medical School (HMS)
The Mission of HMS is to create and nurture a diverse community of the best people committed to leadership in alleviating human suffering caused by disease. Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH), a 793-bed teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School, is recognized internationally for its excellence and innovation in patient care, biomedical research, and education and training programs for physicians, scientists and health care professionals. In addition, BWH is committed to health equity and reducing disparities locally and through its numerous global health programs.
Harvard is the oldest institution of higher education in the United States, established in 1636 by vote of the Great and General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The university is made up of 11 principal academic units – ten faculties and the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. The ten faculties oversee schools and divisions that offer courses and award academic degrees. Harvard has 2,400 faculty members and more than 10,400 academic appointments in affiliated teaching hospitals.
American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC)
Founded in 1876 and based in Washington, D.C., the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) is a not-for-profit association representing all 144 accredited U.S. and 17 accredited Canadian medical schools; nearly 400 major teaching hospitals and health systems, including 51 Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers; and 90 academic and scientific societies. Through these institutions and organizations, the AAMC represents 148,000 faculty members, 83,000 medical students, and 115,000 resident physicians. Through its many programs and services, the AAMC strengthens the world’s most advanced medical care by supporting the entire spectrum of education, research, and patient care activities conducted by our member institutions. The AAMC and our members are dedicated to the communities we serve and steadfast in our desire to earn and keep the public’s trust for the role we play in improving the nation’s health.