Lisa Moscoso, President
Lisa Moscoso is an assistant professor in pediatrics. She is a clinician in the division of Pediatric Hospitalist Medicine caring for patients at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Missouri Baptist Medical Center. She is an educator and co-directs the Pediatric Medicine Clerkship at WUSM. She completed her residency at St. Louis Children’s Hospital and has been a member of the AWN for eight years. She received her M.D. Ph.D. from Washington University in 1998.
She has a special interest in helping young faculty succeed and has received grant funding from Washington University to implement a program for Peer Group Mentoring of Women Faculty. She co-directs this program with AWN board member, Tamara Hershey.
Anne Glowinski, Secretary
Anne Glowinski is an Associate Professor and the Training Director in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. She is active in research focusing on developmental psychopathology, in education and mentoring of medical students, residents, fellows and junior faculty and in the development of clinical programs to better serve youth with mental health disorders.
She has a weekly clinic. Anne has a special interest in leadership mindsets and behaviors, and their development: she is pioneering a leadership seminar for the Child Psychiatry Residents. She is the AWN secretary.
Linda Larson-Prior, Treasurer
Linda Larson-Prior, Ph.D. is a Research Associate Professor in the Department of Radiology at Washington University School of Medicine. Her research focuses on the integration electrophysiological and functional imaging data in human subjects to investigate the neurobiological bases of state changes and state transitions in the brain. A primary research focus is in the neural network dynamics of sleep, with a secondary focus on the role of sleep in learning, memory and cognitive performance across the lifespan. As an alumna of the Teaching Survival Skills and Ethics Course, she retains a strong interest in mentoring at all levels of an academic career. She has been an invited workshop leader in mentor/mentee relations, has taught in the Washington University Postdoctoral Development series on mentoring relationships, and has herself mentored high school, undergraduate, graduate and junior faculty members.
She is currently a facilitator in the program for Peer Group Mentoring of Women Faculty. She joined the AWN board as a pre-clinical counselor in 2008 and was elected treasurer in 2009.
Joan Luby, President-Elect
Dr. Luby is a Professor of Psychiatry (Child) at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and is founder and director of the Washington University School of Medicine Early Emotional Development Program (EEDP). The EEDP is a clinical research program that focuses on the study and treatment of affective disorders in preschool age children. Dr. Luby’s clinical work and research focuses more specifically on characterizing and understanding infant/preschool depressive disorders. More recently, these studies have extended into investigations of alterations in brain development in children with early onset depression in collaboration with neuroimaging colleagues, Drs. Deanna Barch and Kelly Botteron. Work in the EEDP has provided the first large scale empirical studies that have established the criteria for identification, validation and clinical characteristics as well as longitudinal course and early intervention in depressive syndromes in the preschool age group.
Dr. Luby was awarded Gerald Klearman award for outstanding research from NARSAD in 2004 currently chairs the infancy committee of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Mentorship and motherhood are key areas of focus and interest. She is on the AWN Board and serves as President-Elect.
Anne Goldberg, Past-President
Anne Goldberg, MD, is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Lipid Research. She does clinical research and teaching as well as treating patients with lipid disorders. Her research and clinical interests include dietary modifications and drug therapies for hyperlipidemia and the treatment of familial hypercholesterolemia.
After earning a medical degree from the University of Maryland in Baltimore, she completed internship and residency in internal medicine at Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. She did her fellowship in endocrinology and metabolism at Washington University School of Medicine and then joined the faculty
She is the immediate past president of the Academic Women’s Network. She has previously served on the Gender Equity Committee, a subcommittee of the Executive Faculty.
Linda Peterson, Clinical Counselor
Linda Peterson, MD is an associate professor of medicine and radiology. She graduated from Washington University School of Medicine and did her medicine internship, residency and cardiology fellowship training at Barnes Hospital before joining the cardiology faculty. Her research interests are the effects obesity and diabetes on the heart’s structure, function, metabolism, and energetics. Using multimodality imaging techniques she is able to quantify the effects of these diseases and novel treatments, in vivo, in humans.
She is also very interested in teaching and mentoring junior faculty, fellows, residents, and students. Along with being a member of the board of the Academic Women’s Network, she is on the Washington University Medical School Alumni Board, and the Faculty Rights Committee, and is a past member of the Executive Committee of the Faculty Council. Her clinical interest is in echocardiography, metabolic exercise testing, and cardiac rehabilitation.
Allison Ogden, Clinical Counselor
Allison Ogden, MD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery. Her clinical practice is in general otolaryngology, seeing patients and operating at the Center for Advanced Medicine/Barnes Jewish Hospital, St. Louis Children’s Hospital and Barnes West County Hospital. She serves as Medical Director of the West County office. She received a MD from Washington University School of Medicine in 2002. She completed Otolaryngology residency at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, MO, in 2007. She has special clinical interest in salivary gland disease and salivary endoscopy (sialendoscopy). She also has an interest in the process of resident selection and education.
She currently serves as a clinical counselor for the AWN Board. She is co-director of the Forum for Women Surgeons at WUSM and is a member of the AAO-HNS Women in Otolaryngology Committee.
Lisa Connor, Pre-Clinical Counselor
Since my doctorate, my research has focused on understanding the cognitive and brain bases of changes in word retrieval across the lifespan and after brain injury. Over time, my interest in contributing to the understanding of how to maximize functional communication and enhance the daily life experiences for people with aphasia has grown. My current work employs behavioral and neuroimaging techniques to understand how the brain changes after injury and how to support functional recovery through rehabilitation.
She currently serves as a pre-clinical counselor on the AWN Board.
Jane Phillips-Conroy, Pre-Clinical Counselor
Dr. Jane Phillips-Conroy is a Professor in the Departments of Anatomy and Neurobiology and Anthropology. She has been teaching Human Anatomy to first year medical students since 1983 at Washington University, and before then at Harvard, Brown and New York University. She received her B.A. degree from Brandeis University and her Ph.D. in Biological Anthropology at New York University. Her research centers on studies of baboons, and she has engaged extensively in field work on baboons in Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, and currently in Zambia.
Dr. Phillips-Conroy is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the St. Louis Academy of Sciences, and was elected to AOA in 2009. She is the recipient of the Goldstein Leadership Award in Medical Student Education, the Founders’ Day Award, the Second Century Award, and many teaching awards, including awards made by the graduating medical class.
Tamara Hershey, GEC Representative, AWNings Editor
Tamara Hershey, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry, Neurology and Radiology at Washington University School of Medicine. Her research is in the fields of cognitive and clinical neuroscience and has been supported by foundation awards and career development and research awards from NIH. Her lab focuses on two primary lines of research: The neural underpinnings of cognitive and mood dysfunction in disorders relevant to dopamine and the basal ganglia (e.g. Parkinson disease, Huntington disease, Tourette syndrome) and the effects of diabetes and obesity on the brain, particularly during development.
She has been very involved in mentoring and faculty development issues, serving as mentor to multiple junior faculty and postdoctoral fellows, as Board Member for the Academic Women’s Network and as a peer-mentor group facilitator. She currently serves as Editor-in-Chief for AWNings, the quarterly newsletter for the AWN and is the AWN representative to the School of Medicine’s Gender Equity Committee.
|Nominating Committee:||Lisa Moscoso, M.D., Ph.D.(chair)
Anne Glowinski, Ph.D.
| Program Committee:
Brown Bag Seminars
|Joan Luby, M.D., Ph.D
Linda Larson-Prior, Ph.D.
Ad Hoc Committees
|2010 Women’s Health Symposia||Abby Hollander, M.D. (chair)
Teresa Deshields, Ph.D.
|AWNings Editorial Board||Tamara Hershey, Ph.D. (chair)
Anne Glowinski, M.D.
Ann Gronowski, Ph.D.
Linda Larson-Prior, Ph.D.
Lisa Moscoso, M.D., Ph.D.
Karen O’Malley, Ph.D.
|Executive Committee of the
Faculty Council (representative)
|Anne Goldberg, M.D.|
|Gender Equity Committee
|Tamara Hershey, Ph.D.|
|Website||Lisa Moscoso, M.D., Ph.D.
Anna Blanchard (webmaster)