TEXAS: “During the 40th annual convention in San Antonio, Texas, leading women leaders in pharmaceuticals, academic and private settings will inspire us with how they tackled the hurdles,” said Dr. Anupama Gotimukula, the only 4th Woman President of AAPI in the four decades-long histories, a Woman Leader, who has made huge contributions to AAPI in her own unassuming manner, while taking AAPI to newer heights.
Organized by the Texas Chapter of AAPI, the 40th Annual Convention and Scientific Sessions of the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) will be held from June 23-26, 2022 in the historic city of San Antonio, Texas in Henry B Gonzalez Convention Center.
The Women’s Forum is organized by the Convention Committee led by Dr. Chaithanya Mallikarjun, Chair with its members: Dr. Heta Javeri, Dr. Ruchi Kaushik, Dr. Hetal Gadhia, and Dr. Dharam Kaushik, with the help of National AAPI Women Physicians Committee Chair, Dr. Seema Arora, has put together a galaxy of successful women, who will share with the AAPI delegates their own stories of growing up and facing challenges with conviction and courage, and have today become role models for other women around the world.
Dr. Chaithanya Mallikarjun, Chair of the Women’s Forum Convention Committee, while announcing that the much-anticipated Women’s Forum will be held on Friday, June 24th said, “The Women’s Forum titled “Trailblazer Titans Tell Their Tales” will have a panel of accomplished women leaders from various fields who will speak about their successful journey and experiences while achieving their goals.
The confirmed panelists at the prestigious Women’s Forum include Dr. Juby A. Jacob-Nara, a Public Health Physician, Vice President, and Head of Global Medical Respiratory Allergy & Gastroenterology (Sanofi-Genzyme) who has been a part of over 50 new medicines successfully launched including vaccines in the US and globally; Dr. Kalpalatha Guntupalli, Endowed Professor for Pulmonary Disorders, Baylor College of Medicine; Dr. Sowjanya Mohan, Group Chief Medical Officer, Texas Group/Tenet Health; and, Ms. Rosemary Hickman, Semmes Foundation Education Manager at the Mcnay Art Museum.
Dr. Seema Arora, Chair, AAPI National Women Physicians Committee, a Past Chair Board of Trustees of AAPI, said, “The Women’s Forum titled ‘Trailblazer Titans Tell Their Tales’ will have a panel of Trailblazer Women who have achieved extraordinary feats in each of their phenomenal lives. This exhilarating forum is being organized with the objective of bringing together some of the most accomplished women under one roof who will be sharing their extraordinary experiences while climbing the ladder of success, thus inspiring other women.”
Dr. Udaya Shivangi, Advisor to AAPI Women’s Forum underscored the importance of the Women’s Forum in the AAPI Convention and how it has evolved today it’s one of the much-sought events, with distinguished panelists on the Forum. “The Women’s Forum is where successful and powerful women come and share their life’s dreams, and challenges and this empowers and inspires other women. Today’s Forum is about how career changes by women affect t them and the larger society.”
Dr. Jayesh Shah, Convention Chair and Past President of AAPI said in Texan style. “It is with great pleasure that I, along with the San Antonio -2022 Convention Team, welcome you to the 40th AAPI Annual Convention in San Antonio, the 8th largest city in the US. I still have vivid memories of inviting you to San Antonio in 2014. This is going to be the 4th convention in Texas.”
Representing the interests of the over 100,000 physicians of Indian origin, the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI), the largest ethnic organization of physicians will be 40 years old
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