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Mass General Research Institute Image Contest

Submit your images for the chance to be featured in Proto and the CNY 149 main lobby display case!

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CONTEST RULES

To be eligible for this contest, you must be a researcher at Massachusetts General Hospital or an affiliated center. Participants can submit a maximum of three images, and a complete form must be submitted with each image/entry.

All photos should be submitted as a high-quality JPEG or TIF file at a minimum of 300 dpi and should be copyright free. To check the quality of the image, right click on the image and check the properties. The DPI will be listed in the details. We reserve the right to exclude entries based on image quality.

By entering the 2019 Mass General Research Institute Image Contest, you retain the rights to your works while granting Massachusetts General Hospital and its affiliates the unrestricted, royalty-free, perpetual right to use, reproduce, communicate, modify and display the works (in whole or in part) for any purpose without any fee or other form of compensation, and without further notification or permission.

PRIZES

The winner and finalists will be selected by a panel of judges from among the images with the most votes. The winner will receive:

  • A Research Institute fleece
  • Image will be featured in an ad in Proto Magazine
  • Image will be featured in the display case in the main lobby of Building 149 in the Charlestown Navy Yard

Finalists will receive:

  • Image featured alongside winner in the Building 149 lobby display case
  • A pair of movie tickets each

 

Entry Form

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