Veronica Santini, Jennifer Bickel and Meeryo Choe discuss the highlights and challenges of their careers and give expert advice to women looking to embark on a career in neurology.
- Could you tell us a little about your career highlights so far? (0:04)
- What have been the major challenges in your leadership journey? (1:21)
- Could you tell us a little more about your presentation at AAN? (1:57)
- Could you tell us a little about the AAN Emerging Leaders program? (4:00)
- What advice would you give to young women embarking on a career in neurology? (5:41)
- What other resources are available for women hoping to attain leadership roles in neurology? (6:24)
Speaker disclosures: Veronica Santini, Jennifer Bickel and Meeryo Choe have nothing to disclose in relation to this video interview.
Filmed at the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, USA, May 2019.
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