Office of Women in Medicine and Science
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9th Women’s Health & Sex Differences Research Day
April 11, 2018
Call for Abstracts – deadline is January 5, 2018
Women’s Health & Sex Differences Internship Opportunities
OWIMS is committed to the promotion of women’s health and we know that the recruitment of future top-notch researchers and physicians begins at the undergraduate level of college. The Call for Departmental Internship Projects is now open. WFBMC Principal Investigators and Project Managers who have internship opportunities for Summer 2018, in women’s health and/or gender differences research, please provide the following to email@example.com: 1) Contact/Sponsor name; 2) Department; 3) Project title; 4) Project description (1-2 paragraphs); 5) Number of students project can accommodate
Visit our updated webpage for the Sponsor Checklist and details on the simplified onboarding process!
Lunch and Learn Seminar:
Swallowing Frogs, Making Grand Gestures, Draining the Shallows, & Working like Teddy Roosevelt: Reflections on Deep Work
This presentation will cover approaches to strategic work flow, how to maximize your time, and discover how you work best.
Presented by: Erin Sutfin PhD, Sabina Gesell PhD, John Salsman PhD, Suzanne Danhauer PhD, & Lynne Wagner PhD from the Department of Social Sciences & Health Policy
January 26th, 12pm-1:30pm. Lunch provided
Register by 1/19 to receive a calendar invitation.
Bouncing Up: A New Definition of Resilience. Julie Freischlag, MD, CEO of Wake Forest Baptist Health and Interim Dean of Wake Forest School of Medicine
Facts About Women's History at Wake Forest Baptist
American Association of Medical Colleges Women in Medicine Program
Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM) Program
Office of Women's Health
Society for Women's Health Research (SWHR)
Organization for the Study of Sex Differences (OSSD): an affiliate of the SWHR
Help Distribute Important Women’s Health Information
Know your risk for heart attack. To learn more about heart disease, visit www.hearttruth.org.
Women’s Health Statistics
National Health Observances