December 5 Dec 5
2019
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Thursday Thu

Inspiring Leaders in Pediatrics Speaker Series for Postdocs

Mary Leonard, MD, MSCE - Chair, Department of Pediatrics

Join us for quarterly talks from inspiring leaders and researchers across the Department of Pediatrics! This is your opportunity to meet faculty who are moving their fields forward and are an inspiration to many working in the field of Pediatrics and child health! 

Our Department Chair, Mary Leonard, will kick off the series with her lunchtime session on Thursday, December 5, 12-1pm in the Stanford Hospital Boardroom (directions below). 

Dr. Leonard is a compassionate clinician and researcher who cares deeply about improving the health and well-being of children. Dr. Leonard oversaw a multi-disciplinary research program at the University of Pennsylvania on the impact of chronic diseases on bone metabolism and nutrition across the lifespan. Dr. Leonard is truly a distinguished investigator, with over 200 publications to-date, 6 NIH R01 grants as PI, and $2.4 million in NIH funding for her R01 grants. She also has served on Thesis Committees for over 30 students in epidemiology and biostatistics, and is seen as an expert clinician and mentor.

Dr. Leonard is excited to spend the lunch hour with our postdocs to share her story and leadership journey and engage in discussion with all of you. We strongly encourage all postdocs to attend this session and spend time with a distinguished leader in Pediatrics. 

Please RSVP so that we can plan for enough food. We hope to see all of you at this session!

RSVP for this session here

Speaker

Mary Leonard, MD, MSCE

ARLINE AND PETE HARMAN PROFESSOR AND PROFESSOR OF MEDICINE (NEPHROLOGY) AND, BY COURTESY, OF HEALTH RESEARCH AND POLICY (EPIDEMIOLOGY)


Location

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Stanford Hospital, H3210, Linda Meier Boardroom
300 Pasteur Drive, 3rd Floor
Stanford, CA 94305
USA

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