Thank you to all DOM Faculty who completed the Annual Faculty Climate Survey. We appreciate all input and will use it to help improve the Department of Medicine and to provide important programming for our faculty! Congratulations to the Division of Biorganic Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology who had the highest percentage (100%) of their faculty […]
Congratulations to the following DOM Faculty for being selected to participate in the Fall 2022 Cohort of the Leadership Training Course: o Surachai Amornsawadwattana, MD – Division of Gastroenterology o Natalie Bauman, MD – Division of General Medicine o Anita Bhandiwad, MD – Division of Cardiology o Paulina Cruz Bravo, MD – Division of Endocrinology, […]
The Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) Research Development Program will host their Spring NIH Mock Study Section on Thursday, April 21, 2022, from 9 am – 5 pm via Zoom. The NIH Mock Study Section is designed to simulate an actual NIH study section. Clinical and translational R, K, and F series grant […]
Work with biomedical research trainees from across the nation to innovatively solve problems in these challenging times. Participate in the 12-week program of the NIH-funded Entrepreneurship for Biomedicine (E4B®) training program. E4B® is FREE and taught fully online through Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. You will develop skills in entrepreneurial thinking that […]
Letters of Intent and Applications Due – December 15, 2021 The COVID-19 Fund to Retain Clinical Scientists (CFRCS) Program provides innovative institutional solutions to reduce faculty attrition by assisting junior faculty facing extraprofessional demands due to COVID-19. The CFRCS provides broad-based education to raise awareness, and implement new interventions, resources and mentoring to support junior […]
The Doris Duke Fund to Retain Clinical Scientists Program (DDFRCS) was developed to provide innovative institutional solutions to reduce faculty attrition by assisting junior faculty facing extraprofessional demands.
The Paul Calabresi K12 Career Development Award Program in Clinical Oncology is designed to train a new generation of highly skilled investigators with specialized expertise who will be well prepared to lead cancer research.
The KL2 Career Development Awards Program provides high-quality, multidisciplinary training in clinical and translational research to promote the career development of future clinical investigators.
Dear colleagues, Juneteenth is an important day in the history of the United States. On June 19, 1865, in Galveston, Texas, Major General Gordon Grander announced the end of the Civil War and that the enslaved were free. This announcement, however, came two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863. […]
During Black History Month, we will feature Brown School faculty and fellow community members via Zoom for dynamic presentations that address politics, race, and resilience. A selection of our offerings are listed below. REGISTER NOW for any or all of the following free Open Classroom webinars, and check the website frequently for additions. Finding Our Place in the […]