See the list of upcoming Sleep Grand Rounds presentations by filtering for "Seminars and Lectures."
Sleep Grand Rounds is a monthly research seminar program that has been conducted each academic year since September 1996, incorporating faculty presentations on basic and clinical sleep research. Research scientists from Boston, Providence and Worcester area academic institutions as well as numerous visiting scientists have presented, and typical attendance ranges from 100 to 150 scientists and clinicians.
All presentations are approximately one hour, beginning at 12:00 PM, on selected Mondays in the Bornstein Family Amphitheater, between exits 5 and 6 off the 2nd Floor "Pike", in the Ambulatory Services Building, Brigham and Women's Hospital, 45 Francis Street. Please note that Sleep Grand Rounds is currently being held via Zoom and not in person.
If you would like to receive regular updates and reminders regarding this seminar series, please send an email request to Jennifer Opp (firstname.lastname@example.org) to be added to the e-mailing list.
Remote AccessSleep Grand Rounds is currently being held via Zoom
Due to ongoing restrictions on in-person meetings, Sleep Grand Rounds is being held via Zoom. This platform is interactive and attendees have the opportunity to participate in the Q&A session at the end of each presentation.
Recorded presentations (for which the speaker has given permission for viewing) can be accessed at internet URL address: https://bwhedtech.media.partners.org/programs/sleep/
AttendanceUpdated Guidelines Regarding Attendance
Personnel from commercial companies are welcome to attend Sleep Grand Rounds either in person or by videoconference. However, given conflict-of-interest concerns and the CME status of Sleep Grand Rounds, such personnel may not participate actively in Sleep Grand Rounds in any manner. Specifically, such attendees may not:
- advertise, promote or display their products or commercial affiliation
- provide food or other products or items
- contribute comments or questions during the seminar or during the open question period immediately following the seminar
- interact with other attendees before, during or after the seminar to discuss their products or solicit attendance at other meetings, etc.
Disclosure of Commercial Support
The Sleep Grand Rounds Program has received support in the form of an educational grant from the following companies: Harmony Biosciences; Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Inc.; Neurocare, Inc. and Regional Home Care.