Research Administration

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Call for nominations: Anne M. Cataldo Excellence in Mentoring Award

The Chief Academic Officer at McLean Hospital announces the fourth Anne M. Cataldo Excellence in Mentoring Award. We are pleased to invite nominations from the McLean research community for individuals who have provided sponsorship, encouragement and support for the career and/or personal development of McLean faculty, trainees and students in the development of their careers in research. Download eligibility and guildeines here.

Federal Grants Awarded in 2010-2012

2014-2015 Fellowship Award Announcements

McLean is offering one pre-doctoral and seven post-doctoral fellowships for academic year 2014 (July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015). Please see the attached announcements for details:

Please note, there will be two Rappaport Scholars for academic year 2014.

Also, we are pleased to announce a new fellowship, the Pope-Hintz Fellowship. This award was established earlier this year by the Hintz family, in honor of Harrison G. “Skip” Pope, Jr., MD. In particular the Hintz family wanted to support young talent at McLean, while recognizing Dr. Pope’s successful career as a clinician-researcher, his important contributions to the field of mental health research and his interest in mentoring others.

The face page for applications can be found at https://research.mclean.harvard.edu/forms.php (see “Fellowship Application Face Page”).

You may apply for more than one fellowship using the same application, but be aware that different levels of funding will require separate budgets. The budget template for Macs or PCs are also attached and should be included as part of the application packet.

Applications are due by Feb. 28, 2014. One original hardcopy should be directed to Scott Rauch, MD, president and psychiatrist in chief.

Please also send a single scanned copy of the entire packet to rbrathwaite@partners.org . Questions should be directed to Raquel Espinosa at respinosa@partners.org or 617-855-2868.

  • PC Budget Template
  • MAC Budget Template
  • Conflicts of Interest Training Now in HealthStream

    Beginning in November 2010, McLean Hospital employees who interact with industry and who may be exposed to potential conflicts, will be required to complete a Conflicts of Interest module as part of their annual refresher training in HealthStream. "Industry" includes pharmaceutical companies, medical device makers, and external healthcare providers such as nursing homes.

    Partners Office of Interactions with Industry prepared the short Conflicts of Interest course to provide employees with a basic overview of conflicts of interest and potential outside activities risk areas. The module is 18 slides, followed by a 6 question post-test. The training takes approximately 20-30 minutes to complete.

    If you are impacted by changes to the Partners/McLean conflicts of interest policies (either because of your role/department at McLean or because you are in a position to work closely with industry), you will soon see this Conflicts of Interest module when you log in to HealthStream. As with your other HealthStream courses, please complete the Conflicts of Interest course prior to your annual performance review.

    If the Conflicts of Interest course does not appear on your HealthStream .Assigned Learning. list, you are not required to complete the module during this performance review cycle.

    To access your training course list, please log in to HealthStream (www.partners.org/healthstream) using your Partners username and password. If you have forgotten your username or password, please click the "Forgot Username or Password?" link under the login button.

    Please contact McLean.s Compliance Officer, Natalie Herron nherron@partners.org (x2598), with questions, concerns, or feedback related to the Conflicts of Interest training course.

    Mandatory Laptop Encryption

    Partners now requires that all personal or company-owned laptop computers that connect to the Partners network be encrypted and registered.

    This Intranet is a resource for McLean Hospital's researchers. Here you will find many of Research Administration's services, including technical support, downloadable forms and webmail. Some of this content is only available within the McLean Hospital network. Thank you for visiting McLean Hospital.

    Looking for a Researcher's email address or phone number? Visit the Partners Phone Directory at http://ppd.partners.org!

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    Commitment To Research

    Research provides the foundation for improvements in treatment and critical insights that allow for better patient care and wellness.

    The office of Research Administration manages all aspects of pre- and post-award sponsored research as well as institutional, local, state and federal compliance regulations. The office also manages the appropriate use of humans and animals in research, and oversees all Inventions for License agreements, including technology transfers, copyright, trademark and patent applications.

    Notable Quote

    “Research is to see what everybody else has seen and to think what nobody else has thought.” ~Albert Szent-Gyorgyi