Rochester Medicine

July 2014

So what's YOUR story?

Rochester Medicine is asking alumni to contribute stories about their mentors.  Take a few moments to share!

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The Makings of a Good Mentor

While diverse and difficult to define, successful mentoring relationships are easy to recognize at the School of Medicine and Dentistry. They are symbiotic in nature, having a powerful impact on both the mentor and mentee.  And they help the organization grow.

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LIVE with Regis and Wakenda

In orthopaedic oncology research, Regis J. O’Keefe, M.D., Ph.D., is a celebrity and Wakenda Tyler, M.D., M.P.H., is a rising star.  The pair is a shining example of how topnotch mentoring can attract topnotch talent, ensuring success for an entire program.  Rochester Medicine sat down and talked with them about their mentoring relationship.

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Global Reach

You won’t find it on a world map, but Bradford C. Berk’s (MD/PhD ’81) cardiovascular research laboratory is a sought-after destination for promising young scientists from around the globe.

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Seven Years with Dr. Dailor

Anesthesiology resident Falan Mouton, M.D., writes about her mentor, Ellen Marie Dailor, M.D., associate professor and division chief of Carida Anethesiology.

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Rochester Medicine provides intelligent and engaging content about the activities, achievements, challenges, and traditions of the University of Rochester Medical Center and its students -- past and present.  The print version of Rochester Medicine is published biannually and distributed to nearly 20,000 alumni, faculty, staff, friends, and others interested in URMC. Here on the blog, you can see regular updates, additional features, and an archive of past print issues.

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