Workshop on Recruitment and Retention of African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans in Scientific Research Careers Relevant to Heart, Lung, Blood, and Sleep Disorders: Workshop Summary

GATEWAYS TO THE LABORATORY SUMMER PROGRAM

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SLIDE 1: GATEWAYS TO THE LABORATORY SUMMER PROGRAM
Ruth Gotian, MS
Program Manager
Weill Cornell/Rockefeller/Sloan-Kettering
Tri-Institutional MD-PhD Program
New York, NY

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SLIDE 2: BACKGROUND

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SLIDE 3: MD-PHD TRAINING

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SLIDE 4: MD-PHD TRAINING
The mission of the physician-scientist is to promote better health and enhance the quality of life by reducing disability and death from disease.

In order to promote health, it is necessary to understand not only normal body function but also how, and why, disease develops.

How do our genes (and gene products) interact among each other and with the environment?

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SLIDE 5: PROGRAM GOALS

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SLIDE 6: PROGRAM OVERVIEW

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SLIDE 7: PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

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SLIDE 8: Map of Weill Cornell/Rockefeller/Sloan-Kettering Tri-Institutional Campus

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SLIDE 9: CAREER GUIDANCE

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SLIDE 10: SOCIAL EVENTS

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SLIDE 11: BIG BROTHER/BIG SISTER PROGRAM

SLIDE 12: PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT

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SLIDE 13: RESULTS

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SLIDE 14: RESULTS (Continued)

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SLIDE 15: RESULTS (Continued)

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SLIDE 16: IDEAS FOR FUTURE SUCCESS

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