Career Symposium: Getting your academic IR career off the ground

Sun, 3/24: 1:00 PM  - 2:30 PM 
Symposium 
Austin Convention Center 
Room: Ballroom E 
CME Credits: 1.5 
This session will provide tools for early-career IRs to successfully launch their academic careers. The typical academic tripartite mission will be described with insight into each one of the missions: clinical excellence, research (basic, translational and clinical) and education.

Objective

Help early career IRs develop a basic knowledge of the academic machinery, including the tripartite mission required by most institutions and address commonly encountered work-life balance challenges.
 

Coordinator(s)

Nishita Kothary, MD, FSIR, Stanford University Medical Center  - View Disclosure  - Contact Me
Paul J. Rochon, MD, University of Colorado Denver  - View Disclosure  - Contact Me

Educational Pathways

Practice Development

Presentations

Learning from the Giants: What's in store

1:00 PM - 1:12 PM 

Speaker

Claire Kaufman, MD, University of Utah  - View Disclosure  - Contact Me

The tripartite mission: Multi-disciplinary clinical work

1:12 PM - 1:24 PM 

Speaker

Waleska M Pabon-Ramos, MD, MPH, Duke University Medical Center  - View Disclosure  - Contact Me

The tripartite mission: Tales from the trenches of translational research

1:24 PM - 1:36 PM 

Speaker

Luke R. Wilkins, MD, University of Virginia  - View Disclosure  - Contact Me

The tripartite mission: Training the next generation

1:36 PM - 1:48 PM 

Speaker

Paul J. Rochon, MD, University of Colorado Denver  - View Disclosure  - Contact Me

The Renaissance IR – playing the triple threat

1:48 PM - 2:00 PM 

Speaker

Sarah B. White, MD, MS, Medical College of Wisconsin  - View Disclosure  - Contact Me

Advice from my 80-year old self

2:00 PM - 2:12 PM 

Speaker

Nishita Kothary, MD, FSIR, Stanford University Medical Center  - View Disclosure  - Contact Me

Panel discussion

2:12 PM - 2:30 PM