OWIMS Weekly Links & News - April 10-14
Women's Health or
Gender Differences Internship Projects Available for Summer 2017: Researchers at WFBMC are seeking
undergraduate students. Visit our Internship
Page for more information.
These are unpaid
internships; students are looking for experience and/or class credit.
Women's Health and/or Sex Differences Research at WFBMC: One of our
goals in OWIMS is to foster women's health research by enabling researchers at
the institution with women's health and/or Sex Differences interests to connect
with one another and by promoting the development of new, translational
research collaborations and teams.
The portfolio is now available at www.wakehealth.edu/School/OWIMS/WHR_SDR.htm.
Faculty investigators with women’s health
and/or sex differences research interests: to join follow the link and complete
the short questionnaire at redcap.wakehealth.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=JK3T4FRKPC.
UPCOMING OWIMS EVENTS
Lunch and Learn
Opportunity Open to All Faculty, Staff, House Staff, Post Docs, & Students
(MD, PA, Graduate and other)
Learned, Personal Challenges of a Life in Academia & Suggestions for
12, 11:30-1pm (lunch provided)
Carol Aschenbrener, MD, Former Chief Education Officer at the
Association of American Medical Colleges
Registration required by May 5 at https://redcap.wakehealth.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=3AFH3EFYCW.
OWIMS Women’s Achievement and Mentoring Award
7, 4:00-5:30 pm (awards presentation begins at 4:30
Biotech Place Atrium – 575 North Patterson Ave. Winston-Salem, NC
Celebrating the achievements of women faculty at our institution, presenting
the 2017 OWIMS Mentor of the Year award, and witnessing the graduation of
Fellows in the OWIMS Career Development for Women Leaders Program and Early
Career Development Program for Women.
Event Audience: Open to All Women Faculty, CDWL
and ECDPW Fellows and Graduates and their Department Chairs/Deans, CDWL
Advisory Board Members, OWIMS Mentors and Mentees, the Mentoring Award
recipient, their chair, colleagues and family.
Register by June 1, to receive the
calendar invitation, which includes parking informationhttps://redcap.wakehealth.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=T4T94EDHF3.
more about past women faculty achievements here.
Learn more about past recipients of the Mentor of the Year award here.
all OWIMS Events
LINKS of INTEREST
2018 C -
CHANGE LEADERSHIP AND MENTORING INSTITUTE FOR MID-CAREER AND SENIOR FACULTY
Offered by: National Initiative on Gender, Culture and
Leadership in Medicine: C – Change at Brandeis University
Invitation to apply to the Culture Change in Academic Medicine Leadership
and Mentoring Institute specifically geared to the needs of mid-career and
senior faculty. This one-year program will start in January, 2018.
Eligibility of Participants: Mid-career
and senior faculty in academic medicine desiring to advance their careers into
leadership roles – MD, PhD, or equivalent advanced degree.
and CV must be submitted by May 15, 2017.
Learn more at: http://www.brandeis.edu/cchange/leadership_and_mentoring/index.html
Efficacy in Early Career: Narratives of Agency, Growth, and Identity
Qualitative Study of Gender Issues Associated With Academic Mentoring
Bias in Academic Search Committees
Support for an Increasingly Diverse Undergraduate Population: Challenges in
Initiative Design and Implementation
Support Is Not Just for Pantyhose
Reflections on Leadership, Teamwork and Mentoring
Revisiting POWRE Awardees After a
Decade: Continuing Issues for Successful Academic Women Scientists and
in Academic Medicine: A Pilot Survey of Early-Career Faculty in Pediatric
Are Perceived Differences for
Junior and Senior Women Because of Struggle to Balance Career and Family?