A Center Without Walls

We are dedicated to fostering collaboration within the field of Integrative Medicine (IM)

Connect to others with our interactive IM Research Network Map. This virtual tool is designed to help Harvard professionals connect and learn from each other.

Test drive the interactive map here.

Learn from leaders in integrative medicine through our free Integrative Medicine Research Seminar Series. (Monthly)

Yvonne Lee : Thursday, February, 12th, 2015.
"Pain in Arthiritis: Why Does it Hurt?"

See full seminar schedule here.

Watch interviews with Osher Center Directors about the Integrative Medicine Research Forum here.
Watch video footage and photo slideshows here.

Welcome: David Golan and Herbert Benson
Keynotes: Prof. Albert Laszlo Barabasi and David King

Visit us at Brigham and Women's Hospital to:

our research funding opportunities, educational initiatives and clinical expertise. Apply for grants, attend seminars, and visit seasoned practitioners at the Osher Clinical Center.

News and Events

GAHM interviews Drs. Langevin and Wayne


Following the success of the inaugural Integrative Medicine Research Forum in November, Drs. Langevin and Wayne were interviewed by Global Advances in Health and Medicine.

Watch these interviews to hear why they organized the IM Research Forum and their aspirations for the future.

Dr. Helene Langevin, Director, Osher Center (5 min)


Dr. Peter Wayne, Research Director, Osher Center (7 min)

IM Research Forum Success


On November 3rd, 2014, the Integrative Medicine Research Forum brought together over 300 researchers, clinicians and educators active in the field of integrative medicine. This free event was the first-of-its kind in-person gathering in Boston. (See full conference program here)

Stay tuned for reflections from Osher Center directors, Helene Langevin and Peter Wayne, about the event and next steps.

Watch video clips and photo slideshows here.

Integrating Integrative Medicine

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Integrative Medicine (IM) aims to bring together “conventional” and “alternative” medicine to create an integrated approach to health and healing.  Harvard Medical School is a unique environment, because it has not just one, but many centers dedicated to Integrative Medicine research and education.  However, until now, there has been no concerted effort to connect these various centers and groups of individuals.