Advice from Expert Mentors

Faculty Development

The new surgical workforce: recruiting and developing women surgeons Barbara Lee Bass, M.D., F.A.C.S., Professor of Surgery, Associate Chair for Research and Academic Affairs, University of Maryland School of Medicine. Presentation given at May 2003 MSSM WFG meeting.

Gender Equity in Medicine - Are we there yet? Christina Surawicz, M.D., Assistant Dean for Faculty Development, Professor of Medicine, University of Washington. Presentation given at February 2003 MSSM WFG meeting.

Riding the Roller Coaster of Change, Page S. Morahan. Column from April 2002 Women in Cell Biology.

Recruiting and Retaining Women Faculty, Sue Shafer. Column from March 2002 Women in Cell Biology.

Mentoring - A Mentor's View Mary Klotman, M.D., Professor of Medicine, Chief of Infectious Diseases. Presentation given at September 2001 MSSM WFG meeting.

Do you want to be a leader in academic medicine? Christine Cassel, M.D., Professor and Chair, Geriatrics and Adult Development. Presentation given at January 2001 MSSM WFG meeting.

Developing a National Reputation and an Academic Career Strategies to get the national recognition needed to climb the rung on MSSM's academic ladder to Associate Professor, Arthur Aufses, M.D., Professor of Surgery, and Diane Meier, M.D., Professor of Geriatrics and Adult Development. Presentation given at June 2000 MSSM WFG meeting.

Glass Ceiling Issues: Define your goals and strategies to reach them Janice Gabrilove, M.D., Professor of Medical Oncology. Presentation given at May 2000 MSSM WFG meeting.

Election to the National Academy of Sciences: Multiple Paths to Membership, Bruce Alberts and Ken Fulton. Column from 04/01/2004 Women in Cell Biology

*The final version of the experts' presentations have been edited by Sandra K. Masur, Ph.D.(WFG President), Miki Rifkin, Ph.D.(WFG Vice President) often from notes of Kathryn Kaplan, Ph.D.,MSSM Consultant, Organizational Development.

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