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Early Career Professionals

Early Career Professionals

Early Career Professionals

The ATS is committed to helping graduate and medical students, medical residents, clinical and postdoctoral fellows, and junior faculty pursue a successful career in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine. To foster career development among early career professionals, a number of sessions, networking opportunities, and resources, have been developed to make the experience at ATS 2017 Wasington, DC more rewarding and educational for all early career professionals, regardless of their chosen career track. To learn more, send an email to fellows@thoracic.org.

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Road Map for Early Career Professionals

Road Map

Are you attending ATS 2017 Washington DC as an early career professional or for the first time? If so, then the ATS Members In Transition and Training (MITT) Committee encourages you to download the Road Map for Early Career Professionals app via iTunes. This app is a well-balance representation of all the International Conference sessions and networking events that early career professionals and first-time attendees can learn from. For a preview of the Road Map please click here.

Sessions

Early Career Sessions
  • Faculty Development Series
  • ATS 101 Session
  • Early Career Researchers Group

Networking

Early Career Networking
  • The Networking Exchange for Early Career Professionals
  • Center for Career Development
  • Science and Innovation Center
  • Clinicians Center

ATS Business

Early Career Business
  • Fellows Track Symposium
  • Innovation in Fellowship Education Award
  • Resident Boot Camp
  • Student Scholar Program
  • Ziskind Clinical Research Scholar Program
  • Assemblies
  • Building Education to Advance Research (BEAR) Cage
  • Minority Trainee Development Scholarships

Resources

Early Career Resources
  • Grant Resource Guide
  • ATS Scholarships
To learn more, send an email to: fellows@thoracic.org.