Mentoring Lecture Series Videos

The IDCRC Mentoring Lecture Series brings the IDCRC mentees together with leading experts to discuss topics related to the VTEUs, vaccinology, and clinical trials development and management.

Social Media

Presenters: Jill Weatherhead, MD, PhD, CTropMed, FAAP, Baylor College of Medicine; Anna Kiappes, Social Media Manager, Baylor College of Medicine.

Impostor Syndrome

Presenter: Dr. Anna Wald, University of Washington

How to Grow a Career

Presenter: Cynthia Sears, MD, Johns Hopkins Medical Institute

The Development and Characterization of RSV Live-Attenuated Vaccines

Presenter: Christina Rostad, MD, Emory University

Scientific Communication

Presenter: Dr. Preeti Malani, University of Michigan

Regulatory and Essential Document Requirements for Site Implementation of IDCRC Clinical Research

Presenters: Natalie Hurst and Sandra Brindis, FHI 360

Maximizing the Mentor-Mentee Relationship

Presenter: Dr. Monica Gandhi, University of California San Francisco

Meet the Experts: VTEU Panel Discussion

Panelists: Michelle Dickey, MS, APRN, Cincinnati Children's; Kirsten Hauge, MPH, University of Washington; Theda Gibson, MS, Emory University; Amy Muchinsky, Emory University

Developing a Proposal: Laboratory Aspects of Clinical Protocol Development

Presenter: Dr. Christine Posavad, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and University of Washington

Developing a Proposal: Statistics

Presenter: Dr. Elizabeth Brown, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Development, Licensure, and Emergency Use Authorization of Preventive Vaccines – Regulatory Considerations

Presenter: Dr. Doran Fink, FDA/CBER

Developing a Proposal: Study Design

Presenter: Dr. Hana El Sahly, Baylor College of Medicine

IDCRC/VTEU Overview: How does it work?

Presenters: Dr. Kathy Neuzil, University of Maryland; Dr. David Stephens, Emory University; and Dr. Emily Erbelding, Director, NIAID Division of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases