Security, building access, and visitors
To help us monitor and limit building density, please note the following about entering and exiting 415 Main and the Stanley Building:
All Broadies will need to enter at the main entrance of 415 Main or the Stanley Building and pass by the security desk.... read more
The Broad Institute has resumed most onsite scientific operations. Broadies who can do all or some of their work remotely are doing so, and Broadies working onsite are adhering to health and safety protocols that include regular COVID-19 testing and self-monitoring, physical distancing, and use of... read more
To ensure timely processing of samples, onsite self-administered COVID-19 testing will be available on a modified schedule on and around Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve/Day, and New Year’s Eve/Day. Swab kits will be removed from the testing areas at both 415 Main Auditorium and 320 Charles the... read more
Gut reactions: Using chemistry to decipher the human microbiomeEmily BalskusTuesday, October 27
Watch a recording here:
The human gut is inhabited by a vast community of microorganisms. Though changes in the gut microbiome track with human health and disease, we don’t yet have a detailed... read more
Women in Art and Science, The Criticality of Hope: Virtual Panel DiscussionCo-presented with Catalyst Conversations
Tuesday, November 10
1:00-2:00 p.m.Register here.
Open to all.
Inspired by Bina Venkataraman’s book, The Optimist’s Telescope; Thinking Ahead in a Reckless Age, the speakers will... read more
In 2017, Eric Lander asked Broad’s Human Resources department to assess how well Broad is living up to its commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Our first report focused on experiences of women at Broad. To write the report, we began by gathering and analyzing institutional data as a basis... read more
All postdocs and graduate students are invited to join the NextGen Association’s Trivia Night 3.0!
Friday, August 28 @ 6:00 PM
REGISTER TO PARTICIPATE: https://forms.gle/3zzok2J7eQXTTmZB9
You can register a... read more