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Dean Klotman sits down for an interview with Dr. Daniella Zipkin

We are pleased to announce that Jennifer Rymer, MD, MBA, MHS, FAHA, FACC, assistant professor of medicine (Cardiology), has been selected as the next Trainee Liaison for the Program for Women in Internal Medicine (PWIM) in the Department of Medicine.

The Program for Women in Internal Medicine (PWIM) will host Vineet Arora, MD, MAPP, for the annual Clipp-Speer Women in Medicine Visiting Professor Medicine Grand Rounds presentation on Fri., April 16, at 12 p.m. over Zoom.

Shawn M. Bediako, PhD, will give the 2020 Phillips-Winn Memorial Medicine Grand Rounds virtually at 12 p.m. on Fri., Nov. 20, 2020. 

The Program for Women in Internal Medicine will host Mandy K. Cohen, MD, MPH, for the annual Clipp-Speer Women in Medicine Visiting Professor Medicine Grand Rounds presentation on Fri., Oct. 9, at 12 p.m. over Zoom.

Daniella Zipkin, MD, associate professor of medicine (General Internal Medicine), will serve as chair of the Program for Women in Internal Medicine effective Oct. 1, announced Laura Svetkey, MD, MHS, vice chair for faculty development and diversity in the Department of Medicine.

The annual Women in Medicine Month each September is a national effort showcasing the accomplishments of women physicians, scientists, educators, and leaders in medicine.

The Program for Women in Internal Medicine will host Victoria J. Fraser, MD, for the annual Clipp-Speer Women in Medicine Visiting Professor Medicine Grand Rounds presentation on Fri., May 10, at 8 a.m. in Duke North, Room 2002.

The Department of Medicine Minority Recruitment and Retention Committee and Program for Women in Internal Medicine have announced that Hannah A. Valantine, MD, MRCP, the first NIH Chief Officer for Scientific Workforce Diversity, will give the Martin Luther King Jr. Medicine Grand Rounds presentation on Jan. 18, 2019 in the Searle Center Lecture Hall.

September is Women in Medicine Month, during which the American Medical Association and other groups recognize women in medicine and those who have offered their time, wisdom and support to advance women with careers in medicine.

Women faculty and trainees in the Duke Department of Medicine are deeply involved in leading the missions of research, education and patient care.

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