Faculty Feature

Jacqueline Payton, MD, PhD grew up in the St Louis area as the oldest of 6 children. (Answer to the quintessential St Louis question: McCluer North.) Jackie loved Spanish and her high school exchange program experience in Saltillo, Mexico, and initially planned to study international relations in college. Read more...

Welcome New Faculty!

Nidia Messias, MD
Associate Professor in the Division of AMP

Constructing Letters of Recommendations for Trainees

Virtual workshop & panel discussion hosted by department of medicine.
October 11, 5:00 - 6:30 pm
Contact mosherj@wustl.edu for Zoom link.
Program Details
CRTC Seminars
Submitting an R Grant: What to know when you apply
November 9, 3:30 - 5:00 pm
Building and Working in Effective Teams with Steve Miller, MD
December 7, 3:30 - 5:00 pm
To register for either seminar, contact Jennifer Mosher at mosherj@wustl.edu.

Winter NIH
Mock Study Section

Observers are welcome to attend the Mock Study Section on November 10, 2021 to get a better understanding of the review process and to gain insight into how reviewers evaluate applications. Contact the ICTS Research Development Program at ictsrdp@wustl.edu if you are interested in attending as an observer.
Career Development Workshops
Presented by Karen Dodson,MBA

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

Annual Awards Ceremony

Upcoming Programs

Engaging Constructively in Conflict-Part 2

October 6, 2021
4:00 - 5:00 pm
Changed to a Zoom session
Presented by Jessica Kutcha-Miller, JD

Registration for Zoom link.
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.

As members of the Washington University community, we are all responsible for maintaining the highest ethical standards in our community and our professions, and for complying with all relevant laws and regulations.

Navigating Workplace Envy

November 2, 2021
10:00 - 11:00 pm via Zoom
Registration for Zoom Link
Presented by: Sophonie Jean, Ph.D. D(ABMM)
Assistant Director, Clinical Microbiology and Immunoserology Laboratories Nationwide Children’s Hospital Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology The Ohio State University
Professional or workplace envy is not an uncommon emotion, particularly hyper-competitive environments such as academia. Yet this topic is rarely discussed. This session will explore the concept of workplace envy and discuss strategies to limit the counter-productive behaviors that can arise as a result of envy and maximize its productive potential.   

New! OFD Library

Now available for check-out is a selection of career development books. The library is located in the West Building, room 3720, in the conference huddle room (Adjacent to Janet Braun's desk). The area is generally  open from 8 am-5 pm.The library is on the honor system! Just sign the book out and return when you are finished.
The library also contains a copy of all of our diversity book club books. 
If you have suggestions of books to add, send to janetbraun@wustl.edu or record it on the sign-out sheet.
List of Books
(The list is not kept current as to what is checked-out.)
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