Recognition Event Celebrates Innovators Throughout Mass General Brigham

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Innovators from throughout Mass General Brigham, members of the Mass General Brigham Innovation team, and executives Anne Klibanski, MD, President and CEO, Paul Anderson, MD, PhD, interim Chief Academic Officer, and Chris Coburn, Chief Innovation Officer, gathered in person to celebrate at the Innovator’s Recognition Event on November 17. The room was filled with warm hellos and reunions of colleagues making up for connections missed during the pandemic.

The spirit of innovation continues to grow at Mass General Brigham. We are proud to recognize more than 1,100 innovators who have filed IP applications, were issued patents, and/or filed invention disclosures in the past three years. Our scientific community has made incredible achievements in their fields and directly contributed to the ongoing mission of Mass General Brigham in advancing the world of medicine and healthcare.

Research-infused care sets Mass General Brigham apart. Our patient-centered approach and systemwide collaboration are the keys to research breakthroughs that drive medical innovation, gain new knowledge, and improve patient outcomes. Mass General Brigham inventors create, on average, more than 650 new inventions per year.

Click here to see the list of inventors and view photos from the event.


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