Arthur M. Pancioli, MD, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Moderated by: Vytas Karalius, MD, MPH, MA, Northwestern Medicine
What you’ll learn from Dr. Pancioli:
- You are known for your role in stroke research. How did you develop an interest in this topic?
- Can you tell us a little bit about how you developed such a successful research career?
- What advice do you have for medical students and residents that hope to develop a clinical research career?
- Prior to becoming chair, you served in residency leadership as Associate Program Director. What do you see as the greatest challenges facing medical education?
- What do you find most exciting about the future of medical and residency education?
- Did you always plan on becoming a chair, or was that an interest that you developed later?
- As medical students and residents, we are often focused on successfully completing the next step of training, what advice do you have regarding how to keep developing your career once you settle into a junior faculty role?
- Since becoming chair, you have held several leadership roles in the upper level of the health system. What do you feel are the benefits of holding these roles, and what advice do you have for medical students and residents that hope to develop a career in administration?
- Do you have any other advice or pearls that you picked up along the way that you would like to share with our medical student and resident listeners?