Tuesday, November 30, 2010
"The Nuts and Bolts of Forming Relationships with Clinicians"
On Tuesday, November 16, 2010, part 3 of the Translational Research Seminar Series for Duke postdocs occurred at Duke University (T1 Translation Research is the process of moving from laboratory findings to clinical practice, or "from bench to bedside"). In this session, a moderator and panel discussed the nuts and bolts of forming and maintaining relationships with clinicians that will serve to catalyze the translation of your discoveries to the bedside. Dr. Christy Ahn was joined by 3 panelists who shared their stories of collaborating (successes and hurdles), and who were all open to new research ventures.
Moderator/Lead: Christy Ahn, PhD, Director, Faculty Enrichment Programs, Duke School of Medicine
Dawn Bowles, PhD-Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, Duke School of Medicine
Herman Staats, PhD: Professor, Department of Pathology, Duke School of Medicine
John Sundy, MD, PhD-Associate Professor, Pulmonary, Allergy, and Critical Care Medicine, Duke Department of Medicine
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