The purpose of the Tulane Group on Women in Medicine and Science (GWIMS) is to provide professional development and leadership skills training for women medical students, residents and faculty. Tulane GWIMS Lecture Series provides professional and leadership development skills related to the following areas:
Tulane GWIMS welcomes all medical students, residents and faculty who are interested in promoting the professional development and developing the leadership skills of women in medicine and science to participate in GWIMS-sponsored and co-sponsored programming and events.
Please email GWIMS@tulane.edu if you would like to suggest a topic for a future lecture.
Bullying in Medicine: A Silent Epidemic, Mary Mulcahey, MD - May 27, 2021
AAMC Leadership Development Seminar for Women Faculty in Medicine and Science Takeaways, Celeste Newby, MD, Andrea Murina, MD, and Melanie Korndorffer, MD - April 1, 2021
Work-Life Integration: A Virtual Panel, Anne Carrere, MD, Mehnaaz Ali, PhD, Laura Levy, PhD, Stacy Drury, MD, and Mary Brandt, MD- January 26, 2021
Women in Medicine: A Panel of Physician Leaders - November 19, 2020 (sponsored by the Tulane Medical Alumni Association)
Hashtags, Shares, and Tweets: Breaking Down the Art of Social Media in Medicine and Science, Mary Mulcahey, MD - March 10, 2020
AAMC Mid-Career Women Faculty Leadership Development Seminar Takeaways - January 23, 2020
Creating Safe and Equitable Environments in Academic Medicine - December 18, 2019 (sponsored by the Department of Internal Medicine and Geriatrics and the Office of the Dean, SOM)
P<0.05, P<0.01, or P<0.001: How Significant Are You?, Sophia Omoro, MD, PhD - November 6, 2019
Mentoring Medical Students in Research: A Win-Win Situation, Paula Gregory, PhD - September 25, 2019
How to Effectively Prepare an Academic CV, Marie "Tonette" Krousel-Wood, MD - June 26, 2019