- We expect a large number of attendees this year, so the sessions will be broadcast to overflow rooms to accommodate the maximum number of people. Bornstein sessions starting at 10 AM are available to view in Carrie Hall, and Shapiro Breakout sessions starting at 10 AM can be seen in the Shapiro Board Room. The keynote address at 4 PM will be webcast to all available conference spaces.
- If you are a Partners employee and want to view webcasts of each session, you can access the webcast for sessions taking place in the Shapiro Breakout Room starting at 9AM here. For sessions taking place in the Bornstein Amphitheater, you can access the webcast starting at 8AM here. You can only view these webcasts if you are behind the Partners firewall.
If you would like to attend Research Day and have not previously registered, you may do so on-site at Research Day at one of our three registration tables, located at 70 Francis St. (Shapiro Cardiovascular Center), 75 Francis St. (Main Hospital Lobby), or 45 Francis St. (Cabot Atrium).
How do I get to the event?
- Research Day will be held throughout the main campus of Brigham and Women’s Hospital at 75 Francis Street. We strongly encourage you to use public transportation to travel to Research Day, as parking at the hospital is limited to patients only. The hospital is located conveniently on the E Green Line at Brigham Circle or several bus routes. More details can be found on the BWH website.
- If you actively use social media, we encourage you to mention Research Day while you are here, and share with your friends and followers using #BWHResearchDay. We will be featuring tweets on the hospital flatscreens throughout the day. Follow @BWHResearch on Twitter for updates on the event throughout the day.
For more information about Research Day, please contact the Biomedical Research Institute by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
For media inquiries, please contact the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Department of Communications and Public Affairs.