Submitted by Daniella Zipkin, MD, associate professor of medicine
Vice Chief for Education, Duke General Internal Medicine
APD for Ambulatory Care, Duke Internal Medicine Residency
Chair of Program for Women in Internal Medicine, Duke Department of Medicine...
Call for Applications: ALICE Program - Academic Leadership, Innovation, and Collaborative Engagement for Mid-Career Women Faculty
The School of Medicine Office for Faculty is now accepting applications for the ALICE program – a leadership development program for mid-career women faculty in the School of Medicine. ALICE provides in-depth opportunities for leadership skill development, personal reflection and goal setting, peer-mentoring, and structured 360 feedback. The program aims to address the widely recognized gap in the number of women in senior leadership positions in academic medicine by providing a tailored leadership development opportunity for women. Applications are due Nov. 20, 2020.
Ytina Mangum, MS, joined the Duke community in 2006 and worked as the Department of Surgery’s medical student coordinator. She recently transitioned from the Center of Applied Genomics and Precision Medicine (CAGPM) and Duke’s Center for Genomic and Computational Biology (GCB) where she held the...
Three of the top-five finalists in the recent poster competition, sponsored by the Triangle Chapter of the Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM), were submissions from Duke Hospital Medicine. A common theme for these, and all the hospitalist submissions, was successful mentorship.
Joseph Greenfield, MD, James B. Duke Distinguished Professor of Medicine and chair of the Department of Medicine from 1983 to 1995, died on Wed., Oct. 14, 2020. He was 89. Dr. Greenfield was passionately committed to the professional development of faculty and trainees and will be remembered as great mentor.
The Right Environment: New faculty recruit Opeyemi Olabisi is on a mission to revolutionize the prevention and treatment of kidney disease
Opeyemi Olabisi, MD, PhD, is a rising star who was jointly recruited to Duke University in 2019 by the Department of Medicine and the Duke Molecular Physiology Institute – and he is in a hurry to make an impact in the lives of patients with kidney disease.