On the Road to Meeting One's Scholarship Goals: Leadership
|Location:||School of Nursing @ 1701 University Boulevard, Auditorium Room G028|
|Organizers:||Drs Nefertiti Harmon Durant & David B. Allison|
Many talented academicians/scientists struggle to balance achievement of goals in research and academia with climbing the ladder of leadership. For many new faculty members climbing the ladder to leader occurs concurrently with climbing the ladder to academic/research success. However, leadership roles can present challenges to productive scholarship.
This program is designed to introduce strategies to balance leadership attainment with scholarly productivity. Questions to be answered will include: "When is it optimal to begin taking on leadership roles;" "How do I balance the pursuit of leadership with the pursuit of success in academia and research?"
Audience: All Faculty & Fellows in UAB's SOPH, all CNRU members, and all Obesity T32 fellows.
Agenda: [PDF file ]
To register, please send email of interest to email@example.com . Questions? 975.9169.
Attendance is limited.
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|Alfred C. Johnson PhD: Director, Office of Research Services
Dr. Johnson serves as the Director of the NIH Office of Research Services (ORS) on and is a member of the Senior Executive service of The United States of America. As the Director of ORS, he advises the NIH Deputy Director for Management and other NIH senior staff on the management and delivery of technical and administrative services in support of the NIH research mission. He manages a budget of approximately $250 million to deliver programs and services. Prior to his appointment he was an Assistant Director in the National Institutes of Health Office of Intramural Research was an Investigator in the Laboratory of Molecular Biology at the National Cancer Institute. As a researcher in the molecular biology of cancer arena for more than 20 years, Dr. Johnson has trained numerous students and postdoctoral fellows.
|Joan Y. Reede MD MPH MS : Dean for Diversity and Community Partnership
Appointed as the first Dean for Diversity and Community Partnership in January 2002, Joan Y. Reede is responsible for the development and management of a comprehensive program that provides leadership, guidance, and support to promote the increased recruitment, retention and advancement of under-represented minority faculty at Harvard Medical School. The impact of Dr. Reede's work is reflected in the numerous programs she has created to benefit minority students, residents, scientists, and physicians. Over the past dozen years, Dr. Reede has created and developed 16 programs at HMS that aim to address pipeline and leadership issues for minorities and women who are interested in careers in medicine, academic and scientific research, and the healthcare professions. Dr. Reede holds the appointments of associate professor of medicine at HMS, associate professor of society, human development and health at the Harvard School of Public Health, and assistant in health policy at Massachusetts General Hospital. On the national level, Dr. Reede was appointed to the Health and Human Services Advisory Committee on Minority Health by Donna E. Shalala, former Secretary of Health and Human Services. Dr. Reede currently serves on the Secretary's Advisory Committee to the Director of the National Institutes of Health and on the Sullivan Alliance to Transform America's Health Professions.
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