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PostDoc Project management- Teleconference at Weill Cornell Medical college?

Please join us on Tuesday, December 4 at 3:00 PM (EST) for our First Tuesday teleconference on Project Management for Postdocs, presented by Martha L. Bruce, PhD, MPH, Professor of Sociology in Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Medical College. Participation in First Tuesday is simple: all you need is a telephone and Internet access. Just dial 800.950.1454 no later than 3:00 PM (EST) on Tuesday, December 4.

You will be able to submit your questions live by pressing the "1" key followed by the "4" key on your telephone. Or, if you prefer, just sit in and follow along. No registration is required for calling in; however, registered users of the Web site may submit their questions in advance by clicking the link below. Additionally, registered users can also download slides 1 week before the teleconference. Click below to submit a question or to register:

http://www.mededmentoring.org/telecon1/default.asp If you have a topic you would like discussed on a future First Tuesday, please submit it to MedEdMentoring.org or by clicking the link below: http://www.mededmentoring.org/contactus.asp Please help spread the word by telling your colleagues about this upcoming event.

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