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Ina Amarillo, PhD
was born in the northern part of the Philippines, a small city known for its Arabica coffee. Read more...

Annual Awards Ceremony

Save the Date
October 26, 2021
4:00 - 5:00 pm.
Location to be announced

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Education's Pathology Management Series

Effective Mentoring

September 22, 2021
12:00-1:00 pm
Zoom Link
Presented by Carey-Ann Burnham, PhD

Making Better Grant Figures

BioRender 101: An Introduction Registration 
Wednesday, October 13, 10:00am
BioRender 201: New & Advanced Features
Wednesday, November 3, 10:00am
What is BioRender? BioRender is a web-based program that helps you create scientific figures up to 50x faster than traditional tools. The tool combines a library of over 30,000 scientifically accurate, expert-validated life science icons and templates with intuitive drag-and- drop functionality. Create publication-quality figures in minutes - no drawing skills required!
How do I sign up? To access your BioRender Premium account at WUSTL, please email azeman@wustl.edu or smary@wustl.edu

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Welcome New Faculty!

Allison Eberly, PhD
Assistant Professor in the Division of LGM
Assistant Medical Director of Microbiology and Molecular Infectious Disease Laboratories Read more

Upcoming Programs

Managing Your Research Innovations
September 8, 10:00 - 11:00 am
Registration for Zoom link
Presented by David Silva

The Office of Technology Management (OTM) assists WashU faculty in the transfer of technology from the lab to the global marketplace.OTM manages a wide variety of intellectual properties arising from research programs, and acts as a resource for faculty in the areas of patent prosecution, material transfer agreements, market feedback and licensing.

Maximizing Visibility of Your Work
September 14, 9:00 - 10:00 am

Registration for Zoom link
Presented by: 

Medical Public Affairs:
Virgil Tipton, Judy Martin-Finch, Tamara Bhandari

P&I Digital Marketing & Communications Manager: Alexis Nugent 
This seminar will provide information on how to maximize the visabilty of your work by utilizing the service of WUSM Medical Public Affairs and the branding resources they have available.

Diversity Book Discussion
About Us: Essays from the Disability Series of the New York Times by Peter Catapano and Rosemarie Garland-Thomson

September 21, 2021

4:00 – 5:00 pm
Registration for Zoom link
Boldly claiming a space where people with disabilities tell the stories of their own lives―not other’s stories about them―About Us captures the voices of a community that has for too long been stereotyped and misrepresented. Speaking not only to people with disabilities and their support networks, but to all of us, the authors in About Us offer intimate stories of how they navigate a world not built for them.

Engaging Constructively in Conflict-Part 2

October 6, 2021
4:00 - 5:00 pm
In-person, IOH 4506 
Presented by Jessica Kutcha-Miller, JD

(If conditions change, requiring move to Zoom, you will be notified.)
Conflict is inevitable. While it is neither good nor bad in and of itself, how it is handled can impact the outcome. Engaging constructively in conflict means being willing to discuss issues openly and honestly, to take perspective and listen to understand. But, this is not easy to do. Participants will explore how conflict shows up at work and identify ways to respond effectively when it does.  This workshop is a continuation of the June program with case studies and discussion. You do not need to have attended part 1 to participate.

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