In this section you will find additional video content, not produced by, but curated by iBiology and NRMN.
Dr. Ofili will present new data on how and why traditionally under-represented patients and minority research participants may or may not choose to actively participate in scientific discovery. Her technology innovation is at the intersection of patient engagement, health systems, and the community, three stakeholder pillars that are relevant to precision medicine and discovery science. Moreover, her research underscores the opportunity to effectively engage an increasingly diverse and mobile America in a new biomedical research landscape beyond the walls of the academic health system, to the communities where participants live, work, worship, and play.
Dr. Sullivan relates his life story, growing up in rural Georgia during the period of legally-sanctioned and enforced racial segregation and the impact it had on him, his family, and on the black community.
Tony Fauci (NIAID): Embracing flexibility as a matter of scientific principle
These videos showcase Native American physicians and tell stories of strength, community, identity, mentoring & being role models. The We Are Healers project is supported by the Native American Center for Health Professions (NACHP), a team of Native professionals in the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
Claude Steele (UC Berkeley): Stereotype Threat Up Close: See It, Fix It.
In this talk Dr. Claude Steele, Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost at UC Berkeley, talks about stereotype threat and highlights the powerful ways we can diminish it and close the achievement gap between groups. This talk was presented by the Sage Center for the Study of the Mind at UC Santa Barbara.
2015 SACNAS Keynote Panel: Women in STEM
During this panel, moderated by Dr. Talithia Williams, panelists Romelia Flores. Dr. Deborah Finke and Dr. Mary Jo Ondrechen discussed pursuing an education and career at the confluence of gender, race and ethnicity. This panel was presented at the 2015 SACNAS National Conference, in Maryland, USA.
All my relations – a traditional Lakota approach to health equity
In this TED talk, Dr. Donal Warne discusses how he blends modern health issues with traditional Lakota philosophy and promotes cultural humility in human relations. Donald Warne, MD, MPH is Oglala Lakota from Kyle, South Dakota on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, and he is Director of the Master of Public Health Program at North Dakota State University. His Lakota name is Pejuta Wicasa, which means “Medicine Man.” He comes from a long line of traditional Lakota healers, and he received his MD from Stanford University and his Master of Public Health from Harvard University.
Conversations with Scientists: Academic Careers
Not all academic careers are the same. In this online conversation, the Yale Ciencia Academy talks to three scientists and faculty members who all love their jobs but for whom being a professor means slightly different things. For more information about this panel visit the Yale Ciencia Academy Blog.
Conversations with Scientists: Securing a Postdoc
A postdoctoral position is the expected next step for many graduate students and whether, when, and where to do one is perhaps the most important decision they will need to make. In this online conversation, the Yale Ciencia Academy talked with early-career scientists who have had recent experiences with the postdoctoral transition. For more information about this panel visit the Yale Ciencia Academy Blog.
Conversations with Scientists: Industry Careers
This panel hosted by the Yale Ciencia Academy discusses careers in industry for PhDs in the biomedical and behavioral sciences and how graduate students can become more competitive for these careers. For more information about this panel visit the Yale Ciencia Academy Blog.
Is Graduate School Right for You?
In partnership with the AAMC GREAT Group, NRMN presented this webinar to discuss how to determine if graduate school is right for you. Experts answered questions about the ins and outs of the process.