BRE Video Library

The Brigham Research Education Program seeks to provide the highest quality, most comprehensive education to our leaders and future leaders in basic science, clinical, and translational research.

We understand that live courses can be difficult to schedule since research teams are busy, spread across locations, and continuously welcoming new study staff who need immediate access to training. We hope that our video library helps address these barriers to learning.

Please note that you must be connected to the Partners network to view the recordings.

Below, recordings are categorized:

  • Research Operations Presentations
  • Biostatistics Courses
  • Professional Development
  • Clinical Investigation
  • Data Management

Research Operations Presentations

  • Brigham Research Town Hall | March 7, 2019 | Important Regulatory Updates: GDPR with Mary Mitchell; Electronic Laboratory Notebook (ELN) requirements (LabArchives) with Lynn Simpson, MPH; the revised Common Rule with Pearl O’Rourke, MD
  • Demystifying Indirect Costs (IDC) in Research | March 12, 2019 | Paul Anderson, MD, PhD – Chief Academic Officer explains the nuances of IDC in research and answers questions

Biostatistics Courses

Introductory Biostatistics for Medical Researchers

This weekly seminar of six weeks is led by Robert Goldman, PhD – Professor of Statistics, Graduate School for Health Sciences, Simmons University. Dr. Goldman’s interests and publications are in the area of statistical education. He has written several statistical textbooks and was an organizer of a series of conferences on statistics education.

 

 

Intermediate Biostatistics for Medical Researchers

This weekly seminar of four weeks is led by Robert Goldman, PhD – Professor of Statistics, Graduate School for Health Sciences, Simmons University. Dr. Goldman’s interests and publications are in the area of statistical education. He has written several statistical textbooks and was an organizer of a series of conferences on statistics education. The unifying theme of these seminars is fitting models to data. The series will focus on simple regression models, multiple regression modeling, and logistic regression.

 

 

Advanced Biostatistics

Advanced Biostatistics is a four-seminar series on advanced biostatistics approaches. The seminar was taught by John Orav, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine (Biostatistics), Harvard Medical School. Each of the four sessions focused on a different theme with emphasis on concepts and realistic examples rather than statistical theory. The goal of the course was to demonstrate advanced statistical approaches to questions explored by medical researchers.

 

Topics in Biostatistics

Topics in Biostatistics is a four seminar series for investigators and research staff taught by Bernard Rosner, PhD – Professor of Medicine (Biostatistics), Harvard Medical School and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Topics include designing databases, categorical analysis, survival analysis, and more.

Professional Development

How to Be the Boss: Solutions & Strategies for Researchers

Brigham and Women’s Hospital is proud to offer How to be the Boss: Solutions and Strategies for Researchers, an 8-session career development series which 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.

  • Session 1 | Becoming the Boss Panel | moderated by Paul Anderson, MD, PhD | September 18, 2018
  • Session 2 | Professionalism | Jo Shapiro, MD | November 13, 2018
  • Session 3 | Identifying & Hiring Your Team | Jessica Pham | November 29, 2018
  • Session 4 | Managing Performance & Behavior | January 23, 2019 | no recording: discussion-based
  • Session 5 | Employment Law 101 | Joshua Abrams, JD | February 21, 2019 | no recording: discussion-based
  • Session 6 | Immigration Law 101 | Noel Palatas | March 6, 2019
  • Session 7 | Recommendations & References | Melissa Brennan, JD | May 24, 2018
  • Session 8 | Unconscious Bias | Kathryn Rexrode, MD | June 20, 2018 | no recording: discussion-based

Clinical Investigation

  • Submitting a Digital Health Research Project to the IRB | Elizabeth Hohmann, MD; Kathi Rossi-Roh, MEd; Josie Elias, MPH, MBA | November 8, 2018
  • Quality Improvement Bootcamp for Clinical Researchers & Study Staff | Pamela Richtmyer – Director, Quality Improvement | coming soon!

Data Management

Explore more recorded content across Brigham & Women’s Hospital at the BWH Video Library created by the BWH Audiovisual (AV) Team.