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Women in Science and Medicine Advisory Committee (WISMAC)

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WISMAC is a UT Southwestern Medical Center institutional standing committee composed of appointed representatives of the faculty, administration, fellows, and student body. WISMAC provides advice and initiatives on issues related to women in science and medicine, with the ultimate goal to improve UT Southwestern for everyone. We are supported by the Southwestern Medical Foundation.

Our Mission

The mission of WISMAC is to promote, support, and advocate for the advancement of women in science and medicine at UT Southwestern.

The primary objectives are to:

  • Enhance the visibility and recognition of women in science and medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center
  • Create a collegial and supportive environment through promoting initiatives that support faculty career advancement
  • Provide inspiration and career guidance to the next generation of women in science and medicine
WISMAC members are pictured with Susan J. Fisher, Ph.D., (standing, dead center) who was the 2018–2019 honoree of Southwestern Medical Foundation’s Ida M. Green Distinguished Visiting Professorship Honoring Women in Science and Medicine.
WISMAC's Co-chairs pose for a photo with Joan A. Steitz, Ph.D. Anglea Shoup, Ph.D. (Left) and Carole Mendelson, Ph.D. (Middle)
Poster session
In conjunction with the 2019-2020 Ida Green Visiting Professorship, WISMAC had their third Celebration of Women in Science and Medicine Poster Session. Over 160 posters from residents, postdocs, and junior faculty were submitted.

Travel Award Winners for the Women in Science & Medicine Poster Session

 
Congratulations to the 2020 Poster Session Winners!
 
Thank you to all our poster session judges!