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Duke Physician-Scientist Symposium

The goal of the Duke Physician-Scientist Symposium is to bring together physician-scientists from all career levels for a scientific and career development symposium and to celebrate the accomplishments of Duke physician-scientist faculty and physician trainees. Additionally, the symposium will feature the 2nd Annual Dr. Nancy C. Andrews Physician-Scientist Lecture to be delivered by Dr. Rodger Liddle, Professor of Medicine (Gastroenterology) at Duke University School of Medicine. The lecture will honor Dr. Andrews' dedicated mentorship and support of the development of physician-scientists at Duke.
1:00-1:10 Welcome
1:10-2:00 Trainee Talks
2:00-2:20 Break
2:20-2:40 Associate Dean for Physician-Scientist Development: New Physician-Scientist Support Initiatives
2:40-3:00 Neil Aggarwal, Chief, Lung Biology and Disease Branch, Division of Lung Diseases, NHLBI: NIH Initiatives to Build the Physician-Scientist Pipeline
3:00-3:30 Group Discussion of NIH and Duke Physician Scientist Initiatives
3:30-3:50 Break
3:50-4:40 Trainee Talks
4:40-6:00 2nd Annual Dr. Nancy C. Andrews Physician-Scientist Lectureship
6:00-7:00 Reception