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EB Symposium Introduction
  1. L. Michelle Bennett, PhD,
  2. Howard Gadlin, PhD,
  3. Catherine Morrison, JD,
  4. Deborah Zucker, MD, PhD

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This series is based on presentations at the American Federation for Medical Research-Translational Medical Research Career Development Workshop, which was held at the 2010 Experimental Biology meeting in Anaheim, CA. Below is the opening discussion case presented to workshop participants.


Dr. Ally - Background

Dr. Ally is a Caucasian-American, recently tenured professor and physician scientist at Acme University. Dr. A’s laboratory employs 4 postdoctoral fellows and 10 research technicians and associates in her large laboratory. She has always been committed to weekly lab meetings with her lab members and collaborators, but since she secured tenure, she has found it harder and harder to make the time to meet regularly.

Dr. Ally travels frequently to speaking engagements at conferences and universities, serves on a National Institutes of Health study section, and is a senior officer in a national research organization. She has an outgoing personality and is very intuitive in her approach and skilled at getting people to do things for her. She relies on her senior trainees and research associates to manage the day-to-day operations of …

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