Seelye Public Lecture: So you want to be an author? - Behind the scenes procedures of major Medical Journals Event as iCalendar

09 April 2014

5:30 - 6:30pm

Venue: Lecture Theatre 505-007, Ground Floor, Building 505, 85 Park Road, Grafton

Seelye Visiting Fellow Professor Catherine DeAngelis , a Johns Hopkins University Distinguished Service Professor Emerita has been described as one of the most influential voices in modern medicine.

Catherine D. DeAngelis, MD, is the first woman and the first pediatrician to become editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). Before assuming the editor's position at JAMA in 2000, DeAngelis was a professor and Vice Dean of Faculty at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine . During her clinical academic career she played key roles in curriculum development, in issues involving women in academia and in improving health care delivery to disadvantaged population such as those living in inner city Baltimore.  She has returned to the Johns Hopkins University since becoming Editor in Chief Emerita, JAMA in 2011.


For more information please contact: Mandy Heathcote Email: m.heathcote@auckland.ac.nz