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Want to get more involved with health policy and patient advocacy but aren’t sure where to start? If so, please join UNC & Duke AMPWIS on May 4th at 7pm in Bondurant G074 for an exciting and informative workshop led by Dr. Sue Tolleson-Rinehart and Dr. Beat Steiner with guest MD/PhD student Tilden Hagan on the essentials of healthcare policy and working with legislators.
To assist in our event planning, a survey on US government and politics will be provided prior to the event via email and posted on the EVENT PAGE.
Please RSVP HERE and indicate your side item contribution.
This is going to be a great event! We hope you all can join us!
Join AMPWIS on April 7th at 6:30pm at the Chapel Hill location of Tobacco Road for an exciting evening of mingling and networking with faculty mentors from both UNC and Duke! This is a great opportunity to interact with and ask advice of successful academic researchers from a variety of fields.
Light appetizers will be available. Please RSVP HERE.
We hope to see you there!
Our next event on March 12th at 7pm at Duke is an evening conversation with one of our MD-PhD program’s alumni now working at Duke in Dermatology, Dr. Matilda Nicholas! During this event Dr. Nicholas will speak with us on her career development over time, the challenges she has faced while trying to balance residency with her research goals, and what she has been doing to achieve her research goals since at Duke. Dr. Nicholas is also the author of a well-known and very entertaining blog about her life as an MD/PhD Student, from the beginning of medical school up to and including her faculty appointment. It can be found HERE.
It is going to be a great night and we hope you all can make it!
More details can be found on the event page HERE.
In a UNC AMPWIS event on February 19th from 6-7:30pm in Bondurant 2035, Amy Blackburn and colleagues from both the UNC and Duke Career Services will lead a workshop aimed at providing us with the tools necessary to professionally format our CVs.
***Students should prepare their CV ahead of the event and bring a printed version with them.***
The workshop will start with a review of the basics for the academic CV and NIH Biosketch. Then students will break out into five groups, where each group will have a staff member to review their CV’s and provide feedback.
This is an incredibly valuable opportunity to have professional feedback on CV formatting and content. We hope to see you all there!
Dinner will be provided. Please RSVP HERE.
A map showing the location of Bondurant Hall and nearby parking decks can be found HERE.
A joint UNC/Duke AMPWIS event hosted by Northwestern Mutual on January 13, 2015 at 8am.
We have assembled a team of wealth advisors with years of experience working with the special financial planning needs of scientists and future physicians. This seminar will focus on tax-planning with additional time to address attendee-generated questions.
This seminar is sure to be useful for all of us as this is a topic in which we typically receive little guidance and there is so much confusion. Simplify your life by learning what we all should be doing now to plan for the future!
Light breakfast and coffee will be served.
Please RSVP HERE.
This grant will fund joint UNC/Duke AMPWIS events during the 2015 calendar year! This includes funding for the Second Southeast Symposium for MD-PhD Women in Science!!! Super exciting!!!
Please join us on December 2nd at 7pm for an exciting night of discussing “The Confidence Code” by Katty Kay and Claire Shipman. This will be a joint book club with the Duke AMPWIS group, and sure to be a really fun discussion!
Before the event, please take the paired Confidence Code quiz, and we will have an additional self-assessment there looking at the difference between confidence and self-perceived effectiveness. We will then reflect on our quiz results and discuss themes of the book.
Take the Confidence Code Quiz HERE.
Amazon link for the book HERE.
The main dish will be provided, with sides being pot luck. Please RSVP HERE indicating the side dish you will bring.
Further details about the event can be found on the event page HERE.
We hope you all can make it!!
Please join us on November 11th at 12pm for an informal lunch discussion with Dr. Wyrick, one of the very first woman undergraduates admitted to UNC. She looks forward to sharing her historical perspective on women in science, and several eye opening experiences she had while navigating higher education and academia as one of the first women in her field.
Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP and sign up for lunch preference here.
More details can be found on the event page.
This is a very special opportunity and we hope you all can make it!
Please join us for an exciting evening discussing two recent research studies investigating reasons behind the dearth of women holding faculty positions in academia, and what we can do to change this situation.
Date / Time: Tuesday, October 21st, 2014 / 7pm
Elite male faculty in the life science employ fewer women (2014)
Factors that affect the physical science career interest of female students: Testing five common hypotheses (2013)
Please RSVP HERE.
Event page: UNC/Duke Article Discussion!