Sponsored by Faculty Affairs
Tuesday, March 6, 2018, Time: 4-5 p.m.
Location: Human Resources Training Room 2057, 2nd floor, Mid Campus Center, 4590 Children’s Place
Speaker: Karen L. Dodson, MBA
Bess Marshall, MD, has prepared a PowerPoint presentation to guide you in your Clinician Educator Portfolio (CEP) development. When you begin to prepare your promotion packet, she is available to meet with you to review your CEP prior to submitting to the department admissions committee or you may email a draft of your CEP for review. Please contact Janet Braun, email@example.com for assistance.
Diversity 3.0 will be offered twice in March 2018. Please register for the session you will attend.
The goal of this training is to provide language to address discrimination without shaming others, but rather fostering inclusion. We accomplish this goal through interactive media, positive response techniques, and activities that encourage empathetic understanding through exploring real life identities.
Diversity 3.0 March 6 (Tuesday) at noon in NWT10A
Click here to register for Diversity 3.0 March 6 (Tuesday)
Diversity 3.0 March 20 (Tuesday) at 8:00 am in NWT10A
Click here to register for Diversity 3.0 March 20 (Tuesday)
Would you like to delve into Diversity & Inclusion deeper? HR has developed a new initiative called Passport to Diversity and Inclusion.
The Diversity & Inclusion courses 1 through 4 are requirements for this curriculum. Complete 4 other electives courses and receive your Level 1 certificate.
Click here to register for all your D&I Training and gain your Staff Passport Program Certificate – Level 1 upon completion of 8 courses.
Thursday, March 15, 2018, 5:00-6:00 pm; Reception following
Connor Auditorium, FLTC
Come listen as LGBTQ-identified faculty, staff, students and residents share their experiences in academic medicine.
Register to Jen Mosher (firstname.lastname@example.org) by March 12.
March 7 from 11 am – 1 pm in physician’s lounge, 3rd floor SLCH
Stop by and enjoy a relaxing 10 minute chair massage, provided by professional massage therapist Jo McClaine. With compression, kneading, and gliding strokes she can help relieve stress and reduce muscle tension in your back, neck, and shoulders. Jo has worked for 9 years at the BJC WellAware Center, where she also does therapeutic table massage. Registration not required.
All faculty and fellows in Pediatrics are invited to Pediatrics’ 3rd happy hour at The International Tap Room in the CWE. 16 S. Euclid, walking distance from campus
Friday April 27 from 4-7 pm
Drinks and food provided
No registration required
Dustin’s parents hail from Arkansas, and his family moved to suburban St. Louis when he was one year old, so that his father could take a position as a computer programmer for the Missouri-Pacific railroad. Dustin is the second of five children, and here discloses the information required of him as a St. Louisan: He went to high school at Chaminade and lived in Crestwood / Sunset Hills. Dustin and his wife, Megan, now enjoy spending time at their Webster Groves home where they care for backyard chickens and assemble jigsaw puzzles.
Genetic Lung Disease’s Molecular Roots Identified
Respiratory infections peak during the winter months, and most people recover within a few weeks. But for those with a rare genetic lung disease, the sniffling, coughing and congestion never end. The tiny hairlike structures called cilia that normally sweep mucus through the airways don’t work properly in people with what’s known as primary ciliary dyskinesia.
LEAP Inventor Challenge – Novel Treatment of Fatty Liver Disease
This project seeks to revolutionize NAFLD treatment by selectively targeting a key nutrient sensor in the liver with a novel patentable small molecule inhibitor.
Megan Cooper, Brian DeBosch, Laura Schuettpelz, Indi Trehan and Yumi Turmelle
for being elected to the Society of Pediatric Research!
$5 million aids development of artificial red blood cells
Trauma is the leading cause of death for Americans under the age of 46. In the U.S., there are about 30,000 preventable deaths each year in patients with severe bleeding from trauma.
In an effort to stem the number of fatalities, a research team led by Allan Doctor, MD, a professor of pediatrics at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, is working to develop artificial red blood cells to serve as a blood substitute and a bridging therapy that might keep injured people alive until they can get to a hospital.
Congratulations to Jennifer Avari Silva, Todd Druley, Andrea Granados, Andrew Janowski, and Philip Spinella.
R01 Series – new: June 5
U01 – new: June 5
K Series – new: June 12
R03, R21, R33, R21/R33, R34, R36, UH2, UH3, UH2/UH3 – new: June 16
R15 – new, renewal, resubmission, revision: June 25
The Department of Pediatrics recently welcomed many new employees.
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