Institute Members are faculty members of MIT, Harvard, or one of the Harvard-affiliated hospitals. They are deeply engaged in the intellectual life of Broad and are responsible for setting its scientific direction.
Core Institute Members have their primary laboratories at Broad Institute facilities.
Institute Scientists are professional scientists who play a key role in:
- catalyzing scientific connections across the Broad community and beyond
- shaping scientific priorities and engaging in key institutional issues and decisions
- fostering the continual renewal of the Broad community by recruiting, mentoring, and supporting a new generation of young scientists
- fulfilling key citizenship and service roles that strengthen the Broad community.
Affiliate Faculty enrich Broad’s research community and build bridges between Broad and our partner institutions (MIT, Harvard, or a Harvard-affiliated hospital). Affiliate Faculty help drive Broad’s scientific mission by acting as thought partners, collaborators and leaders.
In some instances, Affiliate Faculty are so deeply engaged in Broad science that they are granted Principal Investigator (PI) status as Associate Members and initiate or lead scientific collaborations and projects with funding, lab members, and/or space on the Broad campus.
Become an Affiliate Faculty/Associate Member
If you are a tenure-track/tenured faculty member of MIT, Harvard, or one of the Harvard-affiliated hospitals and are interested in becoming an Affiliate Faculty or an Associate Member at Broad, please complete our self-nomination form. Contact the Office of Academic Affairs with any questions.
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