We are excited to announce that the Symposium on Substance Use Research will be hosted digitally in 2021! This virtual symposium provides an opportunity for those working in the areas of substance use to share their original research.
Starting June 30, 2021, we will be pleased to accept abstracts for short research presentations and poster sessions.
The UNMC Department of Emergency Medicine is offering a new fellowship in medical education, technology and innovation.
The two-year medical education, technology and innovation (METI) fellowship is targeted to graduates of accredited U.S. emergency medicine residency programs. The fellowship is for those interested in developing as a teacher, innovator, administrator and leader in academic medicine. Residents must be board-certified or board eligible at the time of hire.
This is the third summer for the Academy, which provides students from across the University of Nebraska who are interning in D.C. with a free, value-added program. The D.C. Academy meets once a week in the evening and connects students with prominent alumni and each other. Guest speakers cover topics such as “Policymaking in Congress” and “The News Media in American Democracy.”
This is a great opportunity for students to benefit from thoughtful mentoring and programming, expand their network and learn to transition from college into their professional careers.
Faculty who are interested in sharing this information with their students can find more details in this announcement.
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