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News Links January 2015

 

FEATURED STORY

More scientists are working in clinical departments, fostering collaborations and insightful exchanges.

 

EVENTS

January 8 – “The Art of Medicine: Remembering That Who You Are is as Important as What You Know”: Rachel Naomi Remen, MD, founder and co-director of The Healer’s Art

January 8, 15, 22, 29 UC Oracles Toastmasters meetings, N-729, 12-1pm

January 13CFAR Symposium – HIV Persistence: Progress and Problems in the Search for an HIV Cure

January 13CTSI Symposium on Comparative Effectiveness Research – “The Evolving Landscape of PCORI and Comparative Effectiveness Research:  Priorities and Opportunities” - plenary lecture by PCORI Executive Director Joe Selby, MD, MPH with additional presentations

January 145th Annual Wellness Expo Parnassus (additional events 1/7 Laurel Heights, 1/8 Mission Bay, 1/9 SFGH, 1/12 MCB, 1/13 Mt. Zion, 1/14 Parnassus)

January 15UCSF Informatics & Digital Health Day

January 21UCSF Symposium on Autism

January 23Allison J. Doupe Memorial Symposium

 

January is National Mentorship Month (register online)

January 15 – Faculty Mentoring Lunchtime Session: Elena Fuentes-Afflick, MD on Advancement & Promotion

January 20 – Reverse Mentoring: Stories of Managing Up in a Mentoring Relationship

January 27 – Speed Mentoring for Postdocs

 

SAVE THE DATE

February 10 - March 17 – Mini Medical School: Women’s Health

February 11 - March 18 – Mini Medical School: Guidelines for Cancer & Heart Disease Prevention

February 12 - March 19 – Mini Medical School: Disaster Preparedness

March 19Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center Symposium

 

HONORS & APPOINTMENTS

 

PASSINGS

Roger Boles, MD, former chair of otolaryngology, has passed away.

Robert S. Wallerstein, MD, professor emeritus and former chair of psychiatry, has passed away.

 

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