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Career Services

MCW Career Services provides individual career counseling, relevant career resources, workshops, and professional development programs to all MCW students. Career Services cultivates new and maintains existing campus and employer relations focused on career advancement and establish contacts to meet the career needs of students. There are services available to all MCW students and information specific to different schools and programs.

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Student Health Sciences (SHS) Conference | January 10 – 14, 2022

Don’t miss the fourth edition of MCW’s annual Student Health Sciences (SHS) Conference! Envision your future, build your professional identity, and network with key stakeholders in the MCW community.

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The SHS conference is open to all MCW students and is a collaborative effort between the Medical School, Graduate School, School of Pharmacy, and Student Services to create an inclusive opportunity amongst all schools and campuses.

Note: As MCW continues to assess the impact of COVID-19 while simultaneously adhering to appropriate protocols and guidelines put forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), the decision has been made to hold this year’s conference in a virtual format to ensure the health and safety of our MCW Family.

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SHS 2022 Conference Evaluation

Thank you for attending this year's conference! Please take a moment to submit a conference evaluation and share your feedback.

Conference Keynote Speaker


Betty S. Pace, MD '81, GME '84

Keynote Presentation: The Road Less Traveled – A Dream Come True

Professor, Pediatrics and Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Francisco J. Tedesco Distinguished Chair of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University

Conference Speakers

  • Dr. Brooke Foster, Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Sciences
  • Dr. Rachele Harrison, Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Sciences
  • Dr. Zach Hovis, Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Sciences
  • Michael Harrison, PhD '08, MD '10, Business Development Manager, BioForward
  • Dr. Camille Garrison, Associate Professor of Family Medicine
  • Dr. Alisa Hayes, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
  • Dr. Heather Toth, Professor, Department of Medicine
  • Dr. Christina Wichman, Professor, Department of Psychiatry
  • Dr. Michael Weisgerber, Professor, Department of Pediatrics
  • Dr. Kathlyn Fletcher, Professor, Medicine
  • Dr. Jessica Francis, Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Dr. Mark Hohenwalter, Professor, Department of Radiology
  • Dr. Jason Domagalski, Assistant Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine
  • Dr. Adam Currey, Associate Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology
  • Dr. Matthew Scheidt, Assistant Professor, Department of Radiology
  • Dr. Robin Helm, Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine
  • Dr. Scott Van Valin, Associate Professor, Pediatric Orthopaedics
  • Dr. Nai-Fen Su, Associate Director, Career Services
  • Anna Michaels, Program Coordinator II, Career Services
  • Kerri Corcoran, Student Behavioral Health and Resource Navigator
  • Marissa O’Hair, Medical Student
  • Kelli Cameron, Director, MCW Provider Recruitment & Onboarding
  • Kate Anich, Instructor, Healium Hot Yoga
  • Dr. Ellen Schumann, Director, Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship
  • Dr. Zach Pape, Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Sciences
  • Dr. Kevin Bozymski, Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Sciences
  • Jake Dyer, PharmD '20, Instructor and Academic Fellow in Research and Primary Care, Clinical Pharmacist - Froedtert Geriatrics Clinic and Bread of Healing Clinics, Co-Director of Pharmacy - Saturday Clinic for the Uninsured
  • Dr. Abhay Chauhan, Associate Professor, Department of Biopharmaceutical Sciences
  • Inez Pabian, PharmD '20, Internal Medicine Pharmacy Resident, Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center
  • Erik Everton, PharmD '20, Postdoctoral Fellow, Clinical Science & Study Management - Oncology at Merck
  • Holly Maize, PharmD '21, Global Regulatory Affairs Biopharmaceuticals Chemistry, Manufacturing, and Controls (CMC) Fellow, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)
  • Amy Beres, PhD '13, Regenerative Medicine Program Director, Advocate Aurora Health
  • Natalie Nawarawong, PhD '20, Postdoctoral Researcher, The University of Texas at Austin
  • Ty Molitor, PhD '12, Associate Director - In Vivo Biology Lead, ESCAPE Bio
  • Dominique Carter, PhD '16, AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow & ASM Young Ambassador to Washington, DC
  • Cheryl Crawford, Program Manager, Academic Support and Enrichment
  • Molly Falk-Steinmetz, Education Program Coordinator III, Academic Support and Enrichment
  • Jenny Backus, Medical Student
  • Dr. Matthew Goldblatt
  • Dr. Mara Pheister

View the specialty open house agenda (PDF)

Career Assistance

1:1 Career Counseling and Coaching

  • Career Assessment and Career/Specialty Decision Making
  • Job/Internship/Residency Program Searching
  • Job Application/Residency/Match Preparation
  • CV/Resume/Statements
  • Interview Coaching/Strategies, goal setting
  • Mock Interviews, Negotiation, etc. 

Career and Professional Workshops

Explore your transferable skills, CV/Resume, elevator pitch, job search, individual development plan, interview skills, leadership, residency match strategies, ERAS, application, and more.

Contact Career Services

If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Nai-Fen Su.

Nai-Fen Su, PhD

Associate Director of Career Services

(414) 955-4977 |

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