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Annual Meeting – July 29, 2017

Annual AMPWIS meeting, 2017

 

Cantor’s Dilemma Book Club – July 25, 2017

Cantor’s Dilemma, Book Club, 2017

 

Health and Humanities Workshop – October 28, 2016

Health and Humanities Workshop with Distinguished Bowman and Gray Professor Jane Thrailkill, 2016

Health and Humanities Workshop with Distinguished Bowman and Gray Professor Jane Thrailkill, 2016

 

Fall Mentor Social 2016 – October 19, 2016

Mentor Social, Fall 2016

 

Annual Meeting – July 30, 2016

Annual AMPWIS meeting, 2016

 

Miss Representation Documentary Viewing & Discussion – July 19th, 2016

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AMPWIS screening of Miss Representation

3rd Annual Symposium for Advocates of Women Physician Scientists – May 14th, 2016

3rd Annual Symposium for Advocates of Women Physician Scientists hosted by MUSC

Excellent Day of Events!

MUSC Symposium Planning Committee

UNC AMPWIS Representation!!

Great Talks, Career Development Workshops, & Panel Discussions

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Amazing Keynote Address by Dr. Anna Han from the NIH / Scientific Workforce Diversity 

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Women in Science & Medicine – March 25th, 2016

Women in Science & Medicine

Lee, Hannah, Alison, and Audrey loving checking out this super cool exhibit!

Lee, Hannah, Alison, and Audrey loving checking out this super cool exhibit!

Working with Policymakers – October 29, 2015

An incredible evening learning how to be active in advocacy and policy featuring NC Representative Verla Insko & past NC Senator Ellie Kinnaird.

An incredible evening learning how to be active in advocacy and policy featuring NC Representative Verla Insko & past NC Senator Ellie Kinnaird.

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Kenna-Biddle Partnership Poster Session – October 27, 2015

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Melodi, Amy, & Audrey presented the Partnership’s success to the program’s donors.

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Awesome poster created by Kate!

 

Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) Discussion – September 1, 2015

Expert on women’s history and activism, Dr. Rachel Seidman, set the stage and led a fantastic discussion on the ERA with UNC & Duke AMPWIS members.

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Second Annual Southeast Symposium for MD-PhD Women in Science – Duke – May 16, 2015

Second Annual Southeast Symposium for MD-PhD Women in Science hosted at Duke - Group Photo of students from 6 universities

Second Annual Southeast Symposium for MD-PhD Women in Science hosted at Duke – Group Photo of students from 6 universities

Duke University Medical School was an incredible location for the Symposium!

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Dr. Kristin Murphy instructing on Building High Value Relationships

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Sallie Permar, MD,PhD providing the Keynote Address on a Formula for a Successful Career as a Physician-Scientist

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Audrey Verde, PhD encouraging everyone to strike a power pose prior to giving their elevator pitches

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Dr. Kimberly Jenkins & Dr. Anthony Galanos provide advice for Women in Leadership

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Attendees shared their exciting research with the speakers and other students

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Health Policy & Patient Advocacy: Medical Student Essentials – May 4, 2015

Dr. Sue Tolleson-Rinehart & Dr. Beat Steiner instructing on the background of health care advocacy and policy.

Dr. Sue Tolleson-Rinehart & Dr. Beat Steiner instructing on the background of health care advocacy and policy.

Dr. Tolleson-Rinehart & Dr. Steiner sharing their experiences with advocacy, and leading a group discussion. Our own student, Tilden Hagan, also shared his perspective as a student involved in policy.

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UNC & Duke AMPWIS Mentor Social – April 7, 2015

Mentors and trainees from UNC and Duke MST Programs!

Mentors and trainees from UNC and Duke MST Programs!

Incredible Faculty Mentors from UNC & Duke. Drs. Kelly Giovanello, Anne West, Kim Rathmell, Mary Klotman, and Amanda MacLeod.

Incredible Faculty Mentors from UNC & Duke. Drs. Kelly Giovanello, Anne West, Kim Rathmell, Mary Klotman, and Amanda MacLeod.

UNC & Duke AMPWIS Leadership. Kate Hacker, Amy Wisdom, Audrey Verde, and Melodi Whitley.

UNC & Duke AMPWIS Leadership. Kate Hacker, Amy Wisdom, Audrey Verde, and Melodi Whitley.

 

MD-PhD Information Session for Undergraduates – March 25, 2015

Brooke reviews the AAMC ppt on MD-PhD programs for attendees.

 

A panel of current MD-PhD students answer questions and share their experiences.

A panel of current MD-PhD students answer questions and share their experiences.

 

 

UNC/Duke Invited Speaker – Dr. Matilda Nicholas – March 12, 2015

“Balance is a decision that you make every minute of every day”

   

Dr. Matilda Nicholas provides career pearls and advice to UNC and Duke AMPWIS members.

Dr. Matilda Nicholas provides career pearls and advice to UNC and Duke AMPWIS members.

 

UNC/Duke AMPWIS Book Club – December 2, 2014

Students gathered to discuss The Confidence Code and related quizzes.

Students gathered to discuss The Confidence Code and related quizzes.

 

Invited Speaker – Dr. Priscilla Wyrick – November 11, 2014

Students gathered to hear Dr. Priscilla Wyrick share her journey as one of the first women undergraduates at UNC, and how she navigated academia as one of the first women in her field.

Students gathered to hear Dr. Priscilla Wyrick share her journey as one of the first women undergraduates at UNC, and how she navigated academia as one of the first women in her field.

 

UNC/Duke AMPWIS Article Discussion – October 21st, 2014

Students discussed recent primary literature articles covering possible reasons for fewer women faculty at top universities, and a strategy for increasing the number of women interested in pursuing careers where women are the minority.

 

UNC AMPWIS Dinner with Chancellor Folt – August 12th, 2014

Students discuss with Chancellor Folt her career path as well as current obstacles for women graduate and professional students.

Students discuss with Chancellor Folt her career path as well as current obstacles for women graduate and professional students.

 

AMPWIS Featured in the UNC School of Medicine Vital Signs Newsletter – May 29, 2014

Kate Hacker, PhD and Audrey Verde, Co-Founders of UNC Advocates for MD-PhD Women in Science. Photo by Max Englund, UNC Healthcare.

Closing the Gender Gap. Kate Hacker, PhD and Audrey Verde, PhD, Co-Founders of UNC Advocates for MD-PhD Women in Science. Photo by Max Englund, UNC Healthcare.

 

Southeast Symposium for MD-PhD Women in Science  –  May 3rd, 2014

Photos by Jerome Carpenter

Group Photo of Symposium Attendees

Group Photo of Symposium Attendees

The Symposium was a great opportunity to network with MD-PhD students from near-by institutions!

The Symposium was a great opportunity to network with MD-PhD students from near-by institutions!

Dr. Sharon Cannon shared advice on how to reach personal Work-Life Harmony.

Dr. Sharon Cannon shared advice on how to reach personal Work-Life Harmony.

In her Keynote Address, Dr. Etta Pisano motivated us all to "lean in" and never give up.

In her Keynote Address, Dr. Etta Pisano motivated us all to “lean in” and never give up.

Dr. Pisano, Kate, Audrey, and Dr. Orringer

Dr. Pisano, Kate, Audrey, and Dr. Orringer

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University Award for the Advancement of Women

Audrey and Kate with Chancellor Carol Folt

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NPR Elevator Pitch Workshop with UNC and Duke AMPWIS – November 20th, 2013 

Students shared two minute pitches on their research for three different scenarios: 1. When speaking with a potential collaborator, 2. When speaking to a V.I.P (Department Chair, Division Chief, or Dean), and 3. When speaking to the lay public.

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Joint UNC/Duke AMPWIS Book Club – Rosalind Franklin and DNA by Anne Sayre – October 29th, 2013

Students and faculty discuss the book “Rosalind Franklin and DNA,” on Franklin’s contributions to science and the complex issues surrounding her scientific discoveries.

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