Yesterday was a very full day at PISA 2020 with sessions and events spanning from 9:00 AM until 7:30 PM.
Today at PISA 2020, we begin the morning with Trainee Advising Sessions at 8:00 AM and 9:00 AM on the topics of “Considering medical school?” and “ Individual development plans (IDPs) for trainees: Your plan for success.” At 10:00 AM, we will have two concurrent Meet-the-Expert session. The Breast Cancer Scientific Interest Group is hosting a session featuring the Outstanding Investigator Award Lecture on the topic of “Understanding breast cancer: My journey as a physician-scientist.” During the same time slot, the Liver Pathobiology Scientific Interest Group will host a Meet-the-Expert session feature two talks on “NAFLD: Cellular and molecular basis and therapies” and “Liver homeostasis, zonation, and repair.” There will be a long break for lunch today, followed by the afternoon scientific program beginning at 1:00 PM. Today’s Plenary Session is on the topic of “Bench to bedside: NOT lost in translation.” At 3:00 PM, we will have concurrent symposia on the topics of “Not a monolithic disease: Cancer heterogeneity and precision oncology” and “And the beat goes on: New wrinkles in cardiovascular pathophysiology.” The scientific program concludes at 5:00 PM, but the day will not yet be over. At 6:00 PM, there will be a special session organized by a subcommittee from the Committee for Career Development and Diversity on “Navigating the Socialsphere: A how-to guide to promoting your scientific career online.”
It’s going to be a great day at PISA 2020. See you there!