The Role of Mentoring in Building your Academic Portfolio
J.P. Sanchez, MD
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
What is the Strength of your Networks? Building your Academic Portfolio through Developing Networks
Bernice B. Rumala, PhD, MA, EdM., MPhilThe Rockefeller University
Moving Beyond Promotions: Why is Dissemination Important?
Carla Boutin-Foster, MD, MSWeill Cornell Medical College PART II: Panel 1: Productivity in Publishing Papers a) How to write a winning abstract
Laura Liberman, MDMemorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center b) Manuscripts: what are journals looking for?
Olaf Andersen, MDWeill Cornell Medical College c) Writing Groups and Negotiating Authorship
Dennis J. Spencer, MD-PhD candidateTri-institutional MD-PhD Program d) Publishing from a Student Perspective
Nicole Ramsey, MD-PhD candidateTri-Institutional MD-PhD Program Panel 2: Media Communications – Communicating your Research to a Broader Audience Through the Media a) The elevator pitch
Joe BonnerDirector of Communications and Public Affairs, The Rockefeller University b) “Do’s and Don’ts” of Communicating with the Media MSKCC
Christine HickeyDirector of Communications c) What does your online presence say about your academic portfolio?
Myrna MannerVice President and Chief Public Affairs Officer, New York-Presbyterian Hospital / Vice Provost, Weill Cornell Medical College Office of Public Affairs Panel 3: Grants – The art, Science, and Politics of Good Grantsmanship a) Navigating the pathway to grants
Olaf Andersen, MDb) Personal success stories and tips for obtaining grants from K to R awards, private foundations c) Loan Repayment and much more… Sponsors:
The Rockefeller University
Weill Cornell Medical College
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer CenterDate: Thursday, June 21st, 2012