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3 from Pediatrics selected for ALICE program

Friday, January 19, 2018
Jennifer Rothman, Jane Trinh, Nancie MacIver

The School of Medicine’s Office of Faculty Development has announced the participants for its 2018 Academic Leadership, Innovation, and Collaborative Engagement (ALICE) program for mid-career women faculty at Duke.

The diverse 2018 participant class includes three faculty from the Department of Pediatrics--Nancie MacIver, MD, PhD, associate professor of pediatrics (endocrinology), assistant professor in immunology, and assistant professor in pharmacology and cancer biology, Jane Trinh, MD, associate professor of pediatrics and medicine (primary care pediatrics) and director of the Medicine-Pediatrics residency program, and Jennifer Rothman, MD, associate professor of pediatrics (hematology-oncology) and assistant professor of medicine.

ALICE is a 10-month program focusing on personal leadership skills designed to help individuals gain greater self-awareness, management, and communication skills needed to effectively navigate leadership in academic medicine. Faculty will engage with outside leadership experts and will set and refine personal development goals as part of their participation in the program.

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