OWIMS Weekly Links & News - June 23-27
& CAREER DEVELOPMENT
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2014 Minority Faculty
Career Development Seminar
September 5-8, 2014, Vancouver,
British Columbia [Optional Pre-Conference Workshop: Grant Writers Coaching Group for NIH Awards, September 5]
This Association of American Medical Colleges popular seminar is designed for
junior faculty and post docs who aspire to leadership positions in academic
medicine, providing real-world
guidance and tools for pursuing career advancement in academic medicine, developing key professional
competencies, building skills in grant writing and communications. Register today
for the 2014 Grant Writers Coaching Group for NIH Awards: this workshop is designed for faculty who are actively working on an NIH Career
Development K or R grant proposal, this program is composed of a full day pre-conference seminar (Sept.
5), an individual meeting with the coach, and biweekly virtual group meetings
to facilitate ongoing review and discussion. Participation in the Minority
Faculty Career Development Seminar is not required to participate in the
coaching group and separate registration is required. For more information on
the coaching group and to apply, please visit our website. The deadline to
submit applications is July 10.
ADEA International Women's Leadership Conference
place September 14-16, 2014, in Barcelona, Spain.
*SAVE THE DATE* 2014 Mid-Career Women Faculty Professional Development Seminar
December 6-9, 2014, Austin, TX.
*Application will open in early September.
Why They Stay or Leave
Leadership Burnout: How We Can Pass the Torch to the Next Generation
Relationships Lead to Success
at Work: Rocking the Boat or Raising the Bar?
to Compete: Leadership Lessons From Hillary Clinton
Training tomorrow's global health
leaders: applying a transtheoretical model to identify behavior change stages
within an intervention for health leadership …
The Gender Gap in Academic Medicine: Comparing Results From a
Multifaceted Intervention for Stanford Faculty
to Peer and National Cohorts
Cultivating the Next Generation of Academic Leaders:
Implications for Administrators and Faculty
mentoring: evaluation of a novel
programme in paediatrics
Practitioner research in an
academic library: evaluating the impact of a support group
A Knock on the Door
OTHER EVENTS AND HIGHLIGHTS
Upcoming Sex Differences and Gender Medicine seminar
Ovarian Tissue for Hormone Replacement Therapy”
Emmanuel Opara, PhD,Professor, Wake Forest
Institute for Regenerative Medicine
30, 5-6 pm in the Lock Library, OB/GYN, 4th Watlington.
Sponsored by: Regenerative Medicine, Comparative Medicine, Obstetrics &
Gynecology, School of Medicine Offices of Women’s Health Research and Women in
Medicine and Science, and the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Office of
- FDA Approval of Paroxetine for Menopausal Hot Flushes PDF
- Abolishing Mammography Screening Programs? A View from the
Swiss Medical Board PDF
Research Awards: FWW
Research Awards target early funding for small, short-term studies with promise
for improving medical knowledge in women's health with emphasis on
cardiovascular disease, top female cancers, the role of hormones in disease and
stage-of-life health issues such as pregnancy and menopause and topics
disproportionately affecting women. This may include disease prevention
and/or treatment; identifying gender differences; and/or improving quality of
life health concerns. For more information and to apply please go
to: http://thefww.org/research-awards/. Due
Fellowship Awards: To improve women's health we must invest in the future.
FWW's Fellowship Awards recognize and support MD/PhD students and junior
investigators (fellows, residents, assistant researchers) working at accredited
U.S. medical institutions on women's health related research. For more
information and to apply please go to: http://thefww.org/fellowship-awards/.
Due August, 15th.
likely to be given to women with diabetes
Reduction in HPV
in young women in England seen following introduction of national immunisation
nostril and vagina constructed with similar techniques
Aspirin may help
women with recent pregnancy loss conceive and have a baby
Regular aerobic exercise boosts memory area of brain in older women