Mclean Hospital
Research at McLean

McLean Research Day 2019

The tenth annual McLean Research Day will take place on Wednesday, January 30, 2019. The event will feature approximately 125 posters of new research from McLean investigators across the hospital representing basic science, translational, clinical, neuroimaging, health services, and implementation science research pertaining to neuroscience and mental health. During the 90 minute Brief Communications session, McLean investigators are invited to give five minute talks about recent research findings.

The goal of McLean Research Day is to enhance communication and encourage potential collaborations within the McLean clinical and research communities. McLean Research Day provides an opportunity for McLean researchers to network and learn about scientific investigation throughout the hospital.

Poster Session

de Marneffe, 1st Floor, Posters exhibited from 9am-5pm

Staffed Poster Sessions

Session 1 – 1-1:50pm (Odd-numbered posters will be staffed by their presenting authors)

Session 2 – 1:50-2:45pm (Even-numbered posters will be staffed by their presenting authors)

Brief Communications

Pierce Hall, 3-4:30pm


Pierce Hall, 4:30pm

McLean’s 2019 Research Day is a collaboration between the offices of the chief academic officer and the chief scientific officer. McLean Research Day was initiated in 2010 by Shelly F. Greenfield, MD, MPH, the chief academic officer, as part of McLean Hospital’s Academic Strategic Plan.