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SSAT Research Committee - Mid-Career Academic Surgeons: How to Keep the Academic Fire Going
This webinar will provide an overview for mid-career academic surgeons on how to grow further in their careers and expand opportunities. There will be four (4) talks focusing on mid-career surgeons (more than 8 years out) in practice on being promoted and building a career to take leadership roles in the future.

At the completion of this webinar, participants should be able to:
• How and where to find academic and research growth opportunities for mid-career clinicians
• To Identify strategies on how to continue your growth within your department or institutions once you reach a mid-career stage
• To address the challenges faced by women and the under-represented minority of GI surgeons


Webinar Moderators:
Puja G. Khaitan, MD
Medstar Washington Hospital Center/ Georgetown University

Young K. Hong, MD, MPH, FACS
Cooper University Hospital

Maria S. Altieri, MD, MS
University of Pennsylvania

Talk 1
Is it Too Late to Start a Research Lab?
Vikas Dudeja, MD, FACS
University of Alabama,

This talk will discuss the opportunities available for mid-career clinicians to engage themselves in research and become co-investigators with other scientists.

Talk 2
Promotion - National and International
Justin B. Dimick, MD
University of Michigan

This talk will teach you how to look for opportunities within your institution and beyond on how to grow in your career, e.g., how to become a leader in research or education to be promoted.

Talk 3
Skills Needed To Advance Your Academic Career
Jennifer F. Tseng, MD, MPH
Boston Medical Center
This talk will discuss how to become a successful clinician-scientist.

Talk 4
Diversity: Women and Underrepresented Minorities? What Do We Need To Know?
Ann Fabrizio, MD
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Discuss the challenges faced by minorities and women in the field and focus on strategies to overcome them.

Oct 6, 2022 05:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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