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UNC & Duke Advocates for MD-PhD Women in Science thank the Kenan-Biddle Partnership for their support!
On October 27th the UNC & Duke AMPWIS leadership had the opportunity to thank the Kenan-Biddle Partnership donors in person at the annual Poster Session. It was a fantastic experience to meet the individuals who support our joint endeavor, and … Continue reading
As both physicians and scientists, we will all be in positions to use our expertise to make positive social change through our research, our delivery of patient care, and through political activism. If you are interested in learning how to … Continue reading
The NIH Working Group on Women in Biomedical Careers sponsors a Women in Science Newsletter featuring recent research, a scientist spotlight, an institutional spotlight & current news and reports. In the September issue UNC was highlighted as an institution working … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who came out yesterday for a lively discussion on the history of the ERA, the reawakening of the movement, and what it would mean if the ERA were to be ratified as part of the constitution. Thanks … Continue reading
Hosted by Duke AMPWIS on May 16, 2015, the second symposium was a phenomenal day of career development and networking. With 27 students from 6 different MD-PhD programs (UNC, Duke, MUSC, UVA, VCU, Johns Hopkins), it was great to see … Continue reading
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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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading