As a part of their mission, Women in Academic Medicine is sponsoring a virtual networking session to facilitate connections across the College of Medicine - Tucson.
About Women in Academic Medicine (WAM)
Women in Academic Medicine (WAM) is a grass-roots organization that emerged in the late 1990s as a forum for discussion of issues women face at the College of Medicine – Tucson. This group spearheaded the GRACE (Generating Respect for All in a Climate of academic Excellence) project. At present, the group meets for lunch and a presentation several times a year. It provides an opportunity to network with other faculty members, share interests related to academic medicine, and to learn about issues affecting women faculty. Notice of upcoming WAM meetings is sent through the AHSC listserv to all faculty.
Hina Arif-Tiwari, MD, is vice chair of clinical affairs, associate professor and chief of the Division of Abdominal Imaging at the University of Arizona, Department of Medical Imaging, in the College of Medicine - Tucson. She is a member of the medical imaging executive committee and serves as the Abdominal Radiology Fellowship program director. Dr. Arif-Tiwari is an affiliated faculty member at the University of Arizona Cancer Center and also serves as the director of the Oncology Imaging service line for Banner – University Medicine.