Event Materials and Recordings

The following videos and materials are from past faculty development and faculty mentoring events at Duke. These materials are provided for personal use only. For all videos please proceed through the security warning and login with your NetID and password when requested. Videos in iTunes will require that you have the iTunes software on your computer. Click here for iTunes instructions.

Research

Primer on Grant Preparation: Keys to Being Competitive (October 2012)

Presented By Mark Dewhirst, DVM, PhD; Associate Dean for Faculty Mentoring, Gustavo S. Montana Professor of Radiation Oncology, Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Pathology
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Grant Writing 101: How to Write a Convincing Research Plan (January 2012)

Presented By  Kevin Weinfurt, PhD; Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Psychology and Neuroscience
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Demystifying the NIH Review Process (December 2010)

Presented By:  Rebecca Moen, MBA; CTSA Program Manager, Duke Translational Medicine Institute
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Ins and Outs of Career Development Awards (October 2012)

Presented By:  Greg Sempowski, PhD, Associate Professor in Medicine and Pathology, Director of the Laboratory for T Cell Biology and Immune Reconstitution in the Duke Human Vaccine Institute (DHVI) and Scientific Director for DHVI Shared Research Resources
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NIH Mentored Scientist Award:  Perspectives from K-Awardees (November 2012)
Presented By:  Dennis Ko, PhD, Liz Cirulli, PhD, Michael Cohen-Wolkowiez, MD, Chad Grotegut, MD, and Steve Choi, MD
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Responding to a Grant Review (April 2012)
Presented By:  David Steffens, MD, MHS; Professor of Psychiatry and Medicine, Vice Chair for Education, Department of Psychiatry
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Collaborating with Statisticians (March 2012)
Presented By:  Kevin Weinfurt, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology; Steven C. Grambow, PhD, Assistant Professor of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Associate Director of the Clinical Research Training Program, Senior Statistician for the Center for Health Services Research in Primary Care, Durham, NC
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The Complex Ethics of Academic-Industry Collaborations (February 2012)
Presented By:  Ross McKinney, Jr., MD, Chair of the Duke School of Medicine Conflict of Interest Committee, Professor of Pediatrics, Director of the Trent Center for Bioethics, Humanities, & History of Medicine
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NIH Peer Review Revealed
Provided by: NIH Center for Scientific Review
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Collaborative Funding Lunch and Learn:  Exploring Multi-Investigator Grants (June 2013)
Presented By:  Dr. Joanna Downer, Director of Research Development; Dr. Monica Kraft, Director, Duke Asthma, Allergy, and Airway Center, Professor of Medicine
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Mentoring vs Sponsoring (April 2014)

Presented By:  Elizabeth Travis, PhD, FASTRO, Vice President Women Faculty, MD Anderson Cancer Center at University of Texas
 
Mentoring Towards Independence (April 2014)
Presented By:  Elizabeth Travis, PhD, FASTRO, Vice President Women Faculty, MD Anderson Cancer Center at University of Texas
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Effective Communication Strategies
Presented By:  Joanna Downer, PhD, Director Research Development
Video:  Joanna Downer goes over her "Gopenesque" style of communication and how it applies to grant writing.  This presentation is divided into 5 parts.
 
Joanna Downer provides her own tips and tricks for effective writing and gives a quick recap of George Gopen's "Writing from the Reader's Perspective".
 
Application of George Gopen's approach to a real-world example.
 
Keys to an easy to follow story.
 
Explanation of how to apply the writing lessons of "Goldilocks" to your research story.
 
Cheat sheet for revising your work based on the material presented.
 

K Day 2015 (January 2015)
Presented By:  Greg Sempowski, PhD (Medicine), Stephanie Freel, PhD (Program Director, Office for Faculty Mentoring), Mark Dewhirst, DVM, PhD (Associate Dean Faculty Mentoring)
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Understanding the New NIH Biosketch Guidelines (March 2015)

Presented By:  Emily Mazure, MSI, AHIP (Biomedical Research Liaison Librarian)
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Professional Survival Skills

 
Crucial Conversations (June 2017)

Presented by: Ann Brown, MD, MHS, Vice Dean for Faculty

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Documents that were handed out during the seminar:

Seminar Prep work sheet

"Crucial Conversations" Al Switzer

Crucial Conversations Video

Table Summary of concepts

Role Play worksheet

Neutral Rejoiners List

"Finding Coaching in Criticism"

Dialogue Mastery tool

 

 

Getting Promoted in the Clinical Sciences at Duke (October 2018)
Presented By:  Ann Brown, MD, MHS, Vice Dean for Faculty
Video:  Click here to access the recording of the presentation

Presentation: Click here for the slide deck for this presentation 

 

Presenting Clinical and Translational Science (PCATS) Video Series (a product of the Duke CTSA)

Presented By:  Kevin Weinfurt, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology, Co-Director of the Clinical Research Training Program; Steven C. Grambow, PhD, Assistant Professor of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Director of the Clinical Research Training Program, Senior Statistician for the Center for Health Services Research in Primary Care, Durham, NC

This series of videos introduces principles and techniques for developing and delivering effective scientific presentations. The series starts with a brief introduction and has four major sections:

Here is a link to the series Playlist on YouTube: PCATS YouTube Playlist

        Presenting Clinical and Translational Science (PCATS) Video Series - Introduction

        Presenting Clinical and Translational Science (PCATS) - Part 1: Telling Your Scientific Story

        Presenting Clinical and Translational Science (PCATS) - Part 2: Creating Slides

        Presenting Clinical and Translational Science (PCATS) Part 3: Presenting Data

        Presenting Clinical and Translational Science (PCATS) Part 4: Giving Your Presentation

 

Getting Mentored at Duke:  Finding Your Peeps, Your Niche, and Your Voice (September 2009)
Presented By:  Ann Brown, MD, MHS, Associate Vice Dean for Faculty Development
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Productivity 2.0:  Free Fun Tools to Make Your Job Easier (June 2009)
Presented By:  Megan Von Isenburg, Associate Director, Information Services; Connie Schardt, Associate Director, Education Services
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Culture and Climate

Enhancing Professionalism: Transformational Conversations (February 2014)
Presented By:  Stephen P. Bogdewic, PhD, Executive Associate Dean for faculty Affairs & Professional Development, Dr. George W. Copeland Professor of Family Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine
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Generation Gaps in Medical Education:  Implications for Teaching and Learning (October 2009)
Presented By:  Caroline Haynes, MD, PhD, Advisory Dean and Director of Student Affairs
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Unconscious Bias (April 2014)
Presented By:  Elizabeth Travis, PhD, FASTRO, Vice President Women Faculty, MD Anderson Cancer Center at University of Texas
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