Ferenc A. Jolesz

Ferenc Jolesz First Monday Research Seminars

The Department of Radiology holds a monthly Ferenc Jolesz Seminar series presented by Harvard Medical School investigators, as well as speakers from other institutions, on a wide range of topics related to image-guided therapy.  Held at noon on the first Monday of the month in the Zinner Boardroom, these seminars honor of the late Dr. Ferenc Jolesz who founded the multidisciplinary image-guided therapy program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and is widely known as a founding father of the field of image-guided therapy.


Brigham Research Institute Cancer Research Talk Series

The Brigham Research Institute will be hosting a new Cancer Research Talk series to provide a forum for the community of BWH investigators working on cancer-related topics to convene, share ideas and potentially form collaborations.

Each session will feature two short talks from 4-5pm on the first Wednesday of every Month. After the talks, there will be a social hour from 5-6pm with food and drink to encourage discussions and interactions.

These events are open to all. Please join us to meet your colleagues, learn about their research and potentially form a new collaboration!

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Junior Investigators Advanced Biomedical

Computation (ABC) Series

The ABC Series is an opportunity for junior computational scientists with applications in all areas of biomedical science  to give informal presentations of their work. The goal is to educate the community on advanced computational approaches in biomedical sciences, and to engage the audience in a conversation about the challenges faced in real-world projects and exchange ideas on possible solutions with a friendly audience.