Hidden Codes for Academic Success

The WVCTSI Females Advancing Clinical and Translational Science (FACTS) group is hosting a special speaker to present a discussion and workshop on academic success. Jeannette South-Paul, M.D., Andrew W. Mathieson UPMC Professor and chair of family medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, will present, “Hidden Codes for Academic Success.” This session will begin with a keynote address from 12 to 1 p.m., followed by a workshop from 1:30 to 2:50 p.m.

This event will take place Thursday, April 25 in room 301 of the WVU Health Sciences Center Erma Byrd Biomedical Research Building. For additional information, please contact sarah.haymond@hsc.wvu.edu. RSVP here.

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