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Professional Development and Skill Building in Medical and Life Science: Management Fundamentals

This quarterly series provides an overview of functions performed by life scientists and clinicians within a variety of professional settings and an opportunity to develop skills and perspectives critical to success in the workplace.

Thank you for your interest in the Professional Development and Skill Building in Medical and Life Science: Management Fundamentals seminar offered through the School of Medicine Career Center.  At this time, there are no spaces available for this year’s seminar, but we will continue to offer management fundamentals curriculum during the winter quarter on an ongoing basis.  Additionally, there is a student-initiated leadership course, MI 221, offered spring quarter, which may also be of interest to you.

Feel free to check the SoMCC website often for these and similar offerings at Stanford University and across the Bay Area.

Date:   Winter Quarter 2010
Time:   Thursdays: 1/14 - 2/18
4:00-6:00 PM

Location:   Alway M-114 Classroom
Sponsor:   SoMCC

Course details:  

Whether medical and life scientists leave their training to further their academic pursuits or explore opportunities elsewhere, management acumen and an understanding of organizational dynamics is imperative to workplace effectiveness.  Through the use of assessment and instruction by key leaders in myriad industry sectors, this series provides an overview of the primary elements of leadership, and of the many professional opportunities within business.

Session Descriptions

Additional information and/or registration:  

Curriculum is presented in seminar format wherein information from one week’s session will build on that provided the week before.  Out of class assessments and minor assignments may supplement class discussions and enhance learning for those officially registered or auditing.

Registration (limited to 60 participants):
To register for this seminar:  Visit the online registration page
(Because each session’s curriculum builds on that which is presented the week before, registration is required and participants are highly encouraged to attend each session.)

For more information, visit the School of Medicine Career Center website

Questions? Email Stephanie Eberle at:


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