Mentoring

  • UT Health San Antonio Center for Research to Advance Community Health UnConference
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    University Of Texas Health Science Center
    The Rural Telementoring UnConference is designed to foster new, collaborative teams/networks and generate ideas to improve rural health. Date: Wednesday, October 26, 2022 Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM CT This Un-Conference is free. If you have any questions, please contact RTTCinfo@uthscsa.edu
  • A mentor in our summer internship program discusses research with her mentee investigating stress and post-traumatic growth during COVID-19. Patrizia Vannini, PhD, is an assistant professor of neurology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) and an investigator in Massachusetts General Hospital’s Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging. A faculty lead for our Grant Review and Support Program (GRASP)
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    University Of Florida

    The International Mentoring Association will host its 2022 Conference on Feb. 22-23, 2022 in Gainesville, FL. There is abundant content that will be of interest to members of the CTSA Network. In particular, Dr. Christine Pfund will be leading a Pre-Conference Workshop and will provide one of our Keynote Presentations. Dr. Christine Pfund is a Senior Scientist with the Wisconsin Center for

  • University Of Wisconsin-Madison

    Effective mentoring is a key component of the education and training of clinical and translational researchers. The University of Wisconsin-Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research strives to provide a supportive environment for scholars and trainees, as well as their mentors, that includes research mentoring to foster growth throughout one’s professional career pathway. Our

  • “The 1:1 mentoring, learning more about myself, and networking with other fellows has helped me feel less lost and alone. My experience in the Georgia CTSA TEAMS Program has been life-changing!” says Dr. Ines Gonzalez-Casanova. Now accepting applications for Mentors and Fellows for the 2021-2022 academic year cohort, the Georgia CTSA TEAMS (Translational Education and Mentoring in Science) Program
  • Equipping Faculty at Wake Forest and Beyond When asked the vision behind CTSI’s Mentor Academy, Claudia Olivier, PhD responded: “Every mentor needs some level of training on how to be a good—a great—mentor.” Dr. Olivier serves as co-facilitator of the 6-month Mentor Academy cohorts alongside faculty Program Leader Debra Diz, PhD. Initially created for mid-career faculty, the Mentor Academy has

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    Understanding Interventions emerged from a need to emphasize the role of research in practice. This is an online, open-access, post-publication commentary journal. Article topic areas: Diverse Groups graduate and Career Interventions Mentoring and Coaching Non-Academic Institutions Program Design and Evaluation Research STEM and Medicine Theoretical Approaches Undergraduate and Community College

  • What's a Research Studio? CTSI’s Team Science Program created the Research Studio to meet the sometimes difficult-to-define needs around crafting grant proposals, finding collaborators, and fleshing out study teams. How will the study be designed? Is the hypothesis clear and succinct, yet robust enough to make a meaningful impact? How will the trial be implemented, measured, and finally translated

  • CTSI Methods Conference
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    Wake Forest University Health Sciences
    “Emerging Methods in Translational Science: Causal Inference” Nov. 13th, 2020 | 11am - 4pm EST | WebEx Catalyze the discussion and development of novel tools and methods for employing causal inference techniques in clinical and translational research. Facilitate mentoring relationships between early-career and senior faculty. Presented by Wake Forest CTSI BERD | Biostatistics, Epidemiology, &
  • Five questions with our visiting medical student interns from around the U.S. Every year, medical school students from across the U.S. participate in a summer of clinical and translational research in Harvard labs through the Visiting Research Internship Program (VRIP), offered by the Harvard Catalyst Diversity Inclusion program. This summer, VRIP has taken on a new digital format. Hear from
  • Webinar series trains aspiring clinical and translational researchers in communications, leadership, and mentoring. “There’s no denying we are in unusual times. It’s our duty as educators and facilitators to continue providing educational resources during the challenging circumstances we are facing,” said Elliott Antman, MD, who serves as the director of Harvard Catalyst’s Postgraduate Education
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    The NRMN provide researchers across all career stages in the biomedical, behavioral, clinical and social sciences with the evidence-based mentorship and professional development programming that emphasizes the benefits and challenges of diversity, inclusivity and culture. 

  • Are you feeling lonely? Would you like to learn how to keep in touch with your colleagues & mentors and develop new collaborations? Are you feeling disconnected from your community? Culture? Your life purpose? Here are some strategies for staying connected in this challenging time. The key components of this resource kit include: family, friends, colleagues, community, culture, your life purpose

  • Harvard Medical School
    Harvard's recent series, “Building a Successful C/T Research Career,” invited participants this past April through May to learn from leading Harvard faculty and community members the foundational skills to build a successful career in clinical and translational (c/t) research. These include, among others, communication, leadership, and mentoring. Incorporating content from popular in-person
  • Research mentoring relationships are a critical part of preparing the next generation of translational researchers. The following resources can help CTSA Programs Hubs develop and improve current mentoring relationships and prepare future mentors and mentees.

  • National Institutes of Health
    The NIH Scientific Workforce Diversity Toolkit is a free, downloadable interactive resource institutions can use to help advance their own faculty diversity and inclusion. The toolkit guides users through evidence-based interrelated activities that SWD is currently using to foster an inclusive culture that unleashes the power of diversity to achieve research and institutional excellence. These
  • University Of Washington
    University Of California San Francisco
    Clinical mentoring is a vital component of a comprehensive clinical training program, helping to bridge the gap between new skills, knowledge, and attitudes obtained in the classroom, and effective application of these in the health care setting. This clinical mentoring toolkit is a comprehensive guide for developing, implementing, and evaluating clinical mentoring programs. This updated edition
  • University Of Wisconsin-Madison
    Effective research mentoring relationships are critical to developing the next generation of researchers. Learn how to improve these relationships at all career stages and promote cultural change that values excellence in research mentoring as a critical aspect of diversifying the research workforce. Who We Are Researchers and practitioners dedicated to improving research mentoring relationships
  • At the Wright Center Mentorship Academy on May 3, nearly 50 faculty researchers from eight schools and colleges across the Virginia Commonwealth University MCV and Monroe Park Campuses gathered to discuss mentorship best practices. “We set out to identify leadership from across the university to attend the Mentorship Academy, with the ultimate goal of using this as a starting point from which to

  • At a study abroad program in Fondi, a city halfway between Rome and Naples in central Italy, Henrico-native Krishna Ravindra discovered a passion for clinical and translational science. “Working with Dr. Abbate allowed me to see how a background in clinical medicine and translational research can allow one to not only help patients based on the current medicine available, but also have the

  • University Of California San Francisco
    The CTSI MTP has created an integrated environment for senior mentors and mentors-in-training, encouraging creative and innovative networking, discussing a range of mentoring challenges and a myriad of solutions, developing a toolbox of strategies, and using discussions and collective experiences to build a community of mentoring excellence. Seminar topics include: Mentorship from the Beginning
  • National Institutes of Health
    Reserach Mentor Training This evidence-based, interactive approach engages mentors in collective problem solving and connects them with resources to optimize their mentoring practices. Facilitator training is alos available for those interested in learning how to implement research mentor training at their own institution or organization. Research mentor training has been tested and shown to be
  • University of Minnesota Twin Cities
    Content is organized into five modules that cover mentoring models, mentor roles and responsibilities, structure and dynamics of the mentoring relationship, and strategies for facilitating, and addressing challenges to, the mentoring process. The course engages learners through text, audio, mini-presentations, self-assessments, and other interactive activities. Learners can proceed through the
  • Howard Hughes Medical Center
    Based on workshops co-sponsored by the Burroughs Wellcome Fund and HHMI, this book is a collection of practical advice and experiences from seasoned biomedical investigators and includes chapters on laboratory leadership, getting funded, project management, and teaching and course design. Download individual chapters or the full publication in pdf. Chinese translation available. Chapters include
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    University of California, Davis

    Now entering its 17th consecutive year, the CTSC continues to serve biomedical research projects by providing services and resources to investigators, staff, scholars and trainees, and community partners. As an honest and resourceful broker, the CTSC partners with UC Davis schools and colleges engaged in life science and translational research to support collaborative projects with the potential to improve health care. The CTSC provides centralized resources dedicated to facilitating biomedical research through innovation, collaboration, and expertise. As an extension of our national consortium, the CTSC is charged with advancing human health through:

    1) Training and cultivating the translational science workforce
    2) Engaging patients and communities in every phase of the translational process
    3) Promoting the integration of special and underserved populations in translational research across the human lifespan
    4) Innovating processes to increase the quality and efficiency of translational research, particularly of multisite trials
    5) Advancing the use of cutting-edge informatics

    Through its various programs and resources, the UC Davis CTSC provides the essential infrastructure for building research teams of the future to improve human health.
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    University Of Florida

    The International Mentoring Association Annual Conference will center around the theme: "Diversity in Mentoring Initiatives: Practice and Research." We hope you will plan on joining us from March 11-12, 2019 at the University of Florida, as this conference will provide participants with the opportunity to hear from the leaders in the mentoring field with practical ideas on a range of topics. Of