On Thursday afternoon Leah J. Dickstein, M.D., and Sharon Levine, M.D., will chair "History and Results of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Fellowships," which have enabled several hundred trainees to meet leaders in the field. Dickstein’s video interview with Henry Work, M.D., will highlight APA’s goals and visions for the fellowship. Also on Thursday Hai Ahn Kim, M.D., will chair a session on the documentary "lst Person Plural." The film highlights the journey of a Korean woman who, as a young child, was adopted by an American family and bravely discovers the truth of her identity as she unites her biologic and adoptive families. This is a poignant film on family, loss, and the co-mingling and merging of two identities.