Women’s Heart Health: Marrying Research with Clinical Work without Missing a Beat
CSIM New Investigator Award Lecture
The New Investigator Award is offered by the Canadian Society of Internal Medicine in recognition of excellence in the field of general internal medicine research by a new investigator.
The 2020 CSIM New Investigator Lecture will be presented by Dr. Natalie Dayan.
- Gain an appreciation for different formulas for success as a GIM researcher.
- Learn how to “choose wisely” in your career.
- Understand how pregnancy can shape a woman’s long-term health (and career.)
Timeslot 1: Wednesday, October 14, 2020
12:00pm Eastern Time
Timeslot 2: Wednesday, October 14, 2020
5:00pm Eastern Time
About Dr. Natalie Dayan
Dr. Natalie Dayan is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at McGill University and a GIM specialist at the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) where she directs the Obstetric Medicine clinical service. She is a clinician scientist at the Clinical Outcomes Research and Evaluation, RI – MUHC, and holds the Fondation du Québec Recherche en Santé Chercheur Boursier Clinicien award.
Dr. Dayan received her medical degree from McGill University, where she also completed Core Internal Medicine and GIM training, and a Masters of Science in Epidemiology. She completed a clinical fellowship in Obstetric Medicine at CHU-Ste. Justine, and a research fellowship at the University of Toronto.
Dr. Dayan holds an Early Career Professorship for Women’s Heart and Brain Health from McGill University and the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada and funding from CIHR to study impact of infertility treatment on health outcomes, and also the link between breastfeeding and postpartum blood pressure.