The 11th annual Miami CFAR Symposium, “Confronting HIV and Its Complications,” drew nearly 200 clinicians, researchers, educators, students and pharmaceutical company representatives to hear some of the world’s leading experts present the most current information available on HIV research and therapies.
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In a single week last August in New York City, two first-year residents, in different programs and in separate incidents, jumped to their deaths. What could have happened, just three months after their triumphant graduation from medical school, that would have made them want to take their lives? We may never know, but a likely contributing factor is a syndrome called burnout.
Laura Barisoni, M.D., professor of pathology and Division Chief of the Renal Pathology Service, has been elected Councilor — a board of directors title — of the Renal Pathology Society. She was nominated for the position by three of her peers. Her four-year appointment will culminate in her becoming President of the Society in 2019.