Information will pertain to your career development specific to the department of pediatrics. Please note, this is in addition to the July 9th Pediatric Administration and August 7th Faculty Affairs orientations. You are encouraged to attend all 3 programs as they offer different information. You will receive information about each orientation from the respective group.
Save the Date:
August 23, 2018 from 12-3:30 pm
Box Lunch Provided
The Department of Pediatrics’ inaugural Education Skills Program sponsored by Office of Faculty Development was a success. The goals of this program are to enhance our skills as educators, to develop longitudinal peer networking and mentoring, to create productive education interest groups and to enhance the culture of education within our department. Attendees found the program to be worthwhile as the goals were met, good discussion was generated and much information was immediately applicable to their role as an educator.
Save the Date:
September 25, 2018 from 5-7 pm
Dinner will be served, Location TBD
Mentorship and Coaching for Success Workshop with Eva Aagaard, MD, Professor of Medical Education
WUPS v.3 is a profile system developed by the innovation team in the Pediatric Computing Facility. Initially designed to replace the aging CVitae application, it offers a modular, open architecture to give it flexibility and expandability to meet disparate needs. It is an evolving tool to assist you in generating a CEP in the department of pediatrics’ preferred format.
Read more for help with WUPS…
Thursday August 23, 2018 4-7 pm
16 S. Euclid (Walking distance from campus)
Drinks and appetizers provided
Registration not required
Faculty Breakfast open to faculty and fellows
Guest Speaker: Tim Bono, PhD, Assistant Dean WUSTL School of Arts & Science
October 12, 2018, 8:00-9:00 am,
SLCH 3rd Floor Auditorium
Greatly influenced by Mr. Spock, perhaps it was a logical decision for Jon Cooper to become a scientist. Another great influence was Doctor Who, and although he has (so far) failed to achieve time travel, he has instead worked at several institutions in Europe and the US.
Spring 2018: LEAP Inventor Challenge Awards 6 Research Teams
LEAP exists to propel Washington University intellectual property towards commercialization. The competition supports all Washington University faculty, postdoc, staff and graduate student teams. Finalists are selected based on feedback from domain experts. They receive funding to help progress their early stage research from concepts and ideas to viable products and services.
Physician-scientist focuses on young adults with sickle cell disease
To a young Allison King, Washington University School of Medicine served as one of the best playgrounds in St. Louis. As a preschooler, she hid underneath benches in the renal lab where her mother worked. In grade school, she spent summer days creating red, yellow and blue plastic tube people from a waxy laboratory staple used to seal flasks and other containers.
A new center on the Washington University Medical Campus is transforming health care for women and babies in the region. The Women & Infants Center is housed within two 12-story inpatient towers recently built by BJC HealthCare: the Barnes-Jewish Parkview Tower and a St. Louis Children’s Hospital tower. A skywalk connects the labor and delivery areas in the Parkview Tower with an expanded Level IV newborn intensive care unit (NICU) in Children’s Hospital, drastically reducing the time it takes to transfer critically ill newborns.
Congratulations to Dustin Baldridge, Meghan Chlebowski, Jonathan Cooper, Megan Cooper, Misty Good, Andrea Granados, Mark Manary, Ryan Pitman, Katie Plax, & Joshua Rubin.
R01 Series – new: October 5
U01 – new: October 5
K Series – new: October 12
R03, R21, R33, R21/R33, R34, R36, UH2, UH3, UH2/UH3 – new: October 16
R15 – new, renewal, resubmission, revision: June 25
The Department of Pediatrics recently welcomed many new employees.
Beginning July 9, when you compose or reply to an Outlook email and at least one of the recipients is not a part of WashU or BJC, you will see a notification at the top of your email.
Due to the decommissioning of this software, WashU It will be removing CCOW (Caradigm) from all supported computers and virtual environments.