Extending Critical Care Tele-medicine to New Frontiers: The Rural Emergency Department
Lucas Pitts, MD
Friday, March 29, 2013
12:00 - 1:00 PM
The Office of Scholarly, Academic & Research Mentoring (OSARM) was created in 2010. The purpose of OSARM is to facilitate scholarly and academic growth among junior faculty members in the Department of Medicine. Sally Rigler, MD, MPH serves as Director of OSARM. She works primarily with junior faculty members who have been awarded departmental pilot research funds and with those who are currently applying for new awards. Susan Pingleton, MD leads the Department of Medicine’s efforts to implement a consistent and structured mentoring program for all junior faculty members. Within OSARM, Dr. Pingleton works primarily with junior faculty who comprise the “Incubator” faculty group. These faculty members receive more intensive mentoring support, data management and biostatistical resources, and assistance with travel to present their work at national meetings. Jonathan Mahnken, PhD, Associate Professor of Biostatistics, provides biostatistical mentoring and analytic support for the research and scholarly projects of all OSARM faculty members. Theresa Shireman, PhD, RPh, Associate Professor, Preventative Medicine, assists selected Incubator faculty members with their projects as well. Isaac Dong, MS, provides data management services.
If you need to contact The Office of Scholarly, Academic & Research Mentoring (OSARM), please call Genny Gochenour at (913) 588-4031 or email: email@example.com.
Location: 4043 Wescoe Pavilion, MS1037