May 24, 2020
News // Announcements

BU’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute (BU CTSI) aids junior investigators and bench-to-bedside research, including new coronavirus studies.

Dr. Connors focuses her basic science research on uncovering the protein and genetic determinants that underlie the formation of amyloid. 

The temporary rate of $8/day will continue as the University begins its multi-phase return to on-campus operations.
Annual RO Water Shutdowns

  • X-Building, EBRC, 7 a.m.-3 p.m., 5/26 
  • W-Building, CABR, 7 a.m.- 3 p.m., 6/1 
  • 670 Albany St., 7 a.m.-3 p.m., 6/4 

All polishing units and other point of use systems fed by the building RO water system should be disconnected prior to this process. Failure to do this could cause harm to your polishing units. 

Even though there will be water in the system, do not use the system because it may contain a sanitizing chemical. The RO system will be fully flushed and then will be on and operational for use throughout the building. We recommend that you store in advance any RO water that may be required during the shutdown period. 

Contact :  Greg Walker |  gawalker@bu.edu  |  (857) 260-0763
Faculty Action
Annual Faculty Review Announcement

Per BUSM Bylaws and the LCME accreditation, all full-time faculty members must meet annually with their supervisors to review progress toward promotion, receive constructive feedback and set the goals for the upcoming academic year. View more information and an evaluation form . If you encounter any difficulties with the system, please contact facdev@bu.edu.
Events

// THIS WEEK
Visit the  calendar  for a full listing of grand rounds, lectures and events for this week.
// UPCOMING
May 27 | Advanced Zoom Training
4-5 p.m. | Zoom Meeting
 
Interested in learning advanced Zoom tips and tricks? BU Digital Learning & Innovation is offering their first advanced ZOOM training in partnership with MET. Learn more about offerings | Attend the training