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Career and Leadership Development Events 2014-2015 Office for Diversity Inclusion and Community Partnership The mission of the Office for Diversity Inclusion and Community Partnership (DICP) is to advance diversity inclusion in health, biomedical, behavioral, and STEM fields that build individual and instuonal capacity to achieve excellence, foster innovaon, and ensure equity in health locally, naonally, and globally. The DICP Office aims to ensure that Harvard Medical School truly reflects the community it serves by promong increased recruitment, retenon and advancement of diverse faculty, parcularly underrepresented minority faculty, overseeing all diversity acvies involving faculty, trainees, students and staff, and coordinang partnerships with community groups and local schools. In addion, DICP’s work includes research and technical assistance that lead to naonal, regional and local strategies that support workforce diversity and inclusion in the biomedical sciences. Minority Faculty Development Program Established in 1990, the DICP Minority Faculty Development Program seeks to: increase the number of faculty at Harvard Medical School from populations underrepresented in medicine; increase the number of minority physicians and scientists who undertake their post-graduate medical education at one of the 18 Harvard Medical School-affiliated institutions; establish model programs for the development of minority faculty with an emphasis on mentoring and leadership; and create programs designed to reach out to the pre-college and college populations with the goal of bringing outstanding underrepresented minority students into the pipeline. 164 Longwood Avenue, 2nd Floor, Boston, MA 02115 | Tel: 617-432-4697 | Web Site: www.mfdp.med.harvard.edu/ Events Sponsors • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), Office for Academic Careers and Faculty Development (OACFD), Office of Mulcultural Affairs (OMA) and Partnership Alums (PA) • Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH), Office of Faculty Development • Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH), the Office of Mulcultural Faculty Careers (OMFC) at the Center for Faculty Development & Diversity, Office for Women’s Careers (CFDD/OWC), Office for Research Careers (ORC), the Biomedical Research Instute (BRI), the Center for Clinical Invesgaon (CCI), Connors Center for Women’s Health & Gender Biology (CCWHGB), Department of Medicine (DOM) • California Endowment Scholars in Health Policy at Harvard University (CES) • Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA), Department of Medicine, Division of Minority Affairs • Center for the History of Medicine at the Countway Medical Library (CHoM) • Consorum of Harvard Affiliated Offices for Faculty Development and Diversity (CHADD) • Dana-Farber Cancer Instute (DFCI), Office for Faculty Development • Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center, Iniave to Eliminate Cancer Disparies • The Diversity Affiliates Commiee • Harvard Catalyst/Program for Faculty Development and Diversity Inclusion (PFDD) • Harvard Medical School, Department of Cell Biology, Office for Diversity Inclusion and Community Partnership (DICP), Human Resources (HR), Office of Recruitment and Mulcultural Affairs (ORMA) • Harvard School of Dental Medicine (HSDM) • Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), Division of Policy Translaon and Leadership Development (DPTLD) • Joseph L. Henry Oral Health Fellowship in Minority Health Policy (JHOHF) • Massachuses General Hospital (MGH), Mulcultural Affairs Office, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology • McLean Hospital, Office of the Chief Academic Officer • Mongan Commonwealth Fund Fellowship in Minority Health Policy (MCFF)

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  • Career and Leadership Development Events2014-2015

    Office for Diversity Inclusion and Community PartnershipThe mission of the Office for Diversity Inclusion and Community Partnership (DICP) is to advance diversity inclusion in health, biomedical, behavioral, and STEM fields that build individual and institutional capacity to achieve excellence, foster innovation, and ensure equity in health locally, nationally, and globally. The DICP Office aims to ensure that Harvard Medical School truly reflects the community it serves by promoting increased recruitment, retention and advancement of diverse faculty, particularly underrepresented minority faculty, overseeing all diversity activities involving faculty, trainees, students and staff, and coordinating partnerships with community groups and local schools. In addition, DICPs work includes research and technical assistance that lead to national, regional and local strategies that support workforce diversity and inclusion in the biomedical sciences.

    Minority Faculty Development ProgramEstablished in 1990, the DICP Minority Faculty Development Program seeks to: increase the number of faculty at Harvard Medical School from populations underrepresented in medicine; increase the number of minority physicians and scientists who undertake their post-graduate medical education at one of the 18 Harvard Medical School-affiliated institutions; establish model programs for the development of minority faculty with an emphasis on mentoring and leadership; and create programs designed to reach out to the pre-college and college populations with the goal of bringing outstanding underrepresented minority students into the pipeline.

    164 Longwood Avenue, 2nd F loor, Boston, MA 02115 | Te l : 617-432-4697 | Web S i te: www.mfdp.med.harvard.edu/

    E v e n t s S p o n s o r s

    Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), Office for Academic Careers and Faculty Development (OACFD), Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) and Partnership Alums (PA) Boston Childrens Hospital (BCH), Office of Faculty Development Brigham and Womens Hospital (BWH), the Office of Multicultural Faculty Careers (OMFC) at the Center for Faculty Development & Diversity, Office for Womens Careers (CFDD/OWC), Office for Research Careers (ORC), the Biomedical Research Institute (BRI), the Center for Clinical Investigation (CCI), Connors Center for Womens Health & Gender Biology (CCWHGB), Department of Medicine (DOM)

    California Endowment Scholars in Health Policy at Harvard University (CES) Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA), Department of Medicine, Division of Minority Affairs Center for the History of Medicine at the Countway Medical Library (CHoM) Consortium of Harvard Affiliated Offices for Faculty Development and Diversity (CHADD) Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI), Office for Faculty Development Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center, Initiative to Eliminate Cancer Disparities The Diversity Affiliates Committee Harvard Catalyst/Program for Faculty Development and Diversity Inclusion (PFDD)

    Harvard Medical School, Department of Cell Biology, Office for Diversity Inclusion and Community Partnership (DICP), Human Resources (HR), Office of Recruitment and Multicultural Affairs (ORMA) Harvard School of Dental Medicine (HSDM) Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), Division of Policy Translation and Leadership Development (DPTLD) Joseph L. Henry Oral Health Fellowship in Minority Health Policy (JHOHF) Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Multicultural Affairs Office, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology McLean Hospital, Office of the Chief Academic Officer Mongan Commonwealth Fund Fellowship in Minority Health Policy (MCFF)

  • Wednesday, September 10, 201412:00 1:00pmBoston Childrens Hospital, Folkman Auditorium, Enders Building, 320 Longwood Avenue, Boston

    Boston Childrens Hospital Medicine Grand Rounds: Clinical Care of Circumcised Girls and WomenSpeaker: Nawal Nour, MD, MPHDirector, Brigham and Womens Hospital Ambulatory Obstetrics Practice and African Womens Health Center, HMS Associate Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive BiologyDr. Nour will speak on her global health and local work, including progress in education about female genital cutting (FGC) as it relates to the patient experience.Sponsored by Office of Faculty Development BCHContact: [email protected]

    Tuesday, September 16, 201412:45 1:45pm, reception to followCannon Room, Building C, 240 Longwood Avenue, Boston

    Special SessionHow Diversity and Inclusion Assist Leaders in Meeting the Challenges of a Changing WorldSpeaker: The Honorable Carmen M. OrtizUnited States Attorney for the District of MassachusettsIn 2010, when Carmen M. Ortiz was sworn in as U.S. Attorney, she was the first Hispanic and the first woman to represent Massachusetts as U.S. Attorney. Highly respected in the legal community for her work on both sides of the justice system, she had previously served as a state and federal prosecutor and a criminal defense attorney. She serves as an inspiration to young people, as a model of the success and fulfillment that can come from a life in public service.Co-sponsored by HMS/DICP, MCFFContact: [email protected]

    Thursday, September 18, 20144:00 5:30pmBeth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, East Campus, Riesman Lecture Hall, Rabb Building, 330 Brookline Avenue, Boston

    Demystifying Your Harvard CVSpeaker: Carol Bates, MDAssociate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical SchoolDuring this seminar, Dr. Bates will shed light on the process transforming your CV into the Harvard format.Sponsored by BIDMC/OACFDContact: [email protected] 617-667-9120

    Thursday, September 25, 201412:30 1:30pmCannon Room, Building C, 240 Longwood Avenue, Boston

    Cell Biology Departmental Seminar SeriesRegulation of Cholesterol Synthesis Through ER-associated DegradationSpeaker: Russell A. Debose-Boyd, PhDProfessor of Molecular Genetics, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Dr. DeBose-Boyd is a professor of molecular genetics at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center where his laboratory focuses

    on the regulation of HMGCoA reductase. HMG CoA reductase produces mevalonate, a crucial intermediate in the synthesis of cholesterol. Dr. DeBose-Boyd received his PhD in biochemistry and molecular biology at University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in the laboratory of Dr. Richard Cummings. He then joined the Goldstein and Brown laboratory at UT Southwestern Medical Center as a fellow of the Jane Coffin Childs Memorial Fund for Medical Research. Dr. Debose-Boyd was an Established Investigator of the American Heart Association and a WM Keck Distinguished Young Scholar in Medical Research. He was appointed a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Early Career Scientist.Co-sponsored by HMS Department of Cell Biology; HMS/DICPContact: [email protected]

    Monday, September 29, 20142:30 6:00pmBrigham and Womens Hospital, Bornstein Amphitheatre, 2nd Floor Pike, 75 Francis Street, Boston

    Women in Medicine and Science SymposiumCelebrating Women in Medicine and Science MonthKeynote: Terrie E. Inder, MD, PhD, MBChChair, Department of Pediatric Newborn Medicine, Brigham and Womens Hospital (6 Additional Women Presenters)The Women in Medicine and Science Symposium will highlight the collaborations and achievements of women faculty and trainees at Brigham and Womens Healthcare. The program will focus on the collaborations of women faculty and trainees across different disciplines including basic, clinical innovation and translational research projects with the goal of building community.Sponsors: BWH/CFDD, BRI, CCI, CCWHGB Contact: [email protected] 617-525-7646

    Tuesday, September 30, 20144:00 6:00pmHarvard Medical School, Joseph B. Martin Conference Center, Lobby, The New Research Building, 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, BostonLGBT & Allies Kick-Off ReceptionWelcoming and networking reception for staff, students, faculty and trainees to celebrate the new LGBT Program at Harvard Medical School.Sponsors: HMS/DICP, HMS/ORMAContact: [email protected]

    Tuesday, October 7, 201412:00 1:00pmBoston Childrens Hospital, Folkman Auditorium, Enders Building, 320 Longwood Avenue, Boston

    The Boston Childrens Hospitals Latinos & Amigos Celebration Sponsored by Boston Childrens HospitalContact: [email protected] 617-355-2922

    Thursday, October 16, 201412:30 1:30pm, reception to followTosteson Medical Education Building, Room 250, 260 Longwood Avenue, Boston

    Leadership ForumCorrecting Correctional Healthcare: The Business of Providing Constitutionally Mandated CareSpeaker: Woodrow A. Myers Jr., MDChief Executive Officer, Corizon HealthHMS Alumnus, Dr. Woodrow A. Myers, is a nationally recognized leader in the development of medical quality initiatives, emerging health technologies and innovative healthcare management programs. Prior to joining Corizon, he spent eight years pro-viding healthcare management counsel to domestic and international organizations. A proven leader who focuses on excellence, Dr. Myers established WellPoints Health Quality Assurance Division during his role as the companys Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer. After serving as Health Commissioner for the state of Indiana, then New York City, Dr. Myers was the Director of Healthcare Management at Ford Motor Company, where he initiated quality assurance metrics for Ford healthcare vendors and established new glob-al health and safety policies.Co-sponsored by HMS/DICP; MCFF; JHOHFContact: [email protected]

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