Housestaff Emerging Academy of Leaders (HEAL) for Underrepresented Groups

Launched by UT Southwestern’s Office of Faculty Diversity & Development, HEAL is a networking and professional development program designed for historically underrepresented and/or discriminated groups.

HEAL sessions are grouped by affinities:

HEAL groups meet as frequently as once a month from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in the A.W. Harris Faculty-Alumni Center, on the 4th floor of the Fred F. Florence Bioinformation Center (E-Building), or the McDermott (D-building) Classrooms, South Campus . Session discussions focus on different professional development themes. Many themes have been identified by residents as topics helpful for their professional development.

HEAL Program Co-Directors

Byron Cryer, M.D.

Byron Cryer, M.D.
Associate Dean
Office of Faculty Diversity & Development

 
Helen Yin, Ph.D.

Helen Yin, Ph.D.
Associate Dean
Office of Women’s Careers