Every day in the life of a physician-scientist presents a surfeit of choices, and therein lies both the blessing and the curse of this challenging but noble calling. The cumulative effect of good decisions over time brings success and satisfaction, whereas poor choices add up to frustration. This talk will suggest a few straightforward principles that all physician-scientists can apply for better decision making, and illustrate these by specific examples.
November 18, 2020 - 4:00pm
R. Sanders Williams, MD Professor & Dean Emeritus, Senior Advisor for Science and Technology