surviving & thriving during the research years
research fellows orientation course

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Everything you need to know to thrive in academics!

Please join us for the Annual UW Department of Medicine Workshop - Surviving & Thriving During the Research Years - a 2-day course covering skills necessary for academic success, such as grant writing, scientific writing, oral presentation, job negotiations, etc.

The course is designed for research fellows and is open to fellows and junior faculty from all departments. The course is put on by Dr. Ellen Schur (General Internal Medicine) and Dr. Thomas Hawn (Allergy and Infectious Diseases). Based on enthusiastic feedback from recent years, we anticipate lively and enthusiastic discussions with active participation by fellows from a broad array of disciplines.

A light breakfast and lunch will be included to facilitate informal fellow-fellow interactions. There is no charge for attendance at the course, including the meals served.

When: Wednesday, July 29 and Friday, July 31, 2015

Where: South Lake Union, Brotman Auditorium, 850 Republican St.

Who? Open (tuition-free!) to all interested fellows and junior faculty from all departments and divisions

Questions? please contact Gina Franco, 543-7318




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Department of Medicine
University of Washington School of Medicine