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Pathway to the Professoriate: Dr. Stephanie Watowich

Modified: October 17, 2016

October 26th from 12-1:30pm

Dear students and postdocs,

On Wednesday, October 26 Dr. Stephanie Watowich will be at Northwestern University for a career discussion on faculty positions at an NIH-designated comprehensive cancer center. Dr. Watowich is a graduate of the IBiS program (Morimoto Lab) and is currently a Professor in the Department of Immunology at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. As an NIH-designated comprehensive cancer center, MD Anderson is categorized as a clinical research institute. It is located within the Texas Medical Center in Houston, Texas, the largest medical center in the country and includes 14 member institutions. The primary mission areas of MD Anderson are: clinical cancer care, cancer research, education and service.

Dr. Watowich has experiences in teaching, administrative positions in education, and has been recognized for excellence in teaching. She is currently the Co-Director for the Center for Inflammation and Cancer. Her lab primarily focuses on basic immunology cancer research.

The career discussion with Dr. Watowich will be held in Pancoe 1401 on October 26 from 12-1:30pm. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to Deborah (d-klos@northwestern.edu). Lunch will be provided. 

Pathway to the Professoriate: Dr. Stephanie Watowich

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