Responsible for organizing the Professional Development sessions at SfRBM in addition to facilitating the Mentorship Program
Karina Ckless, Ph.D.
Eva Nozik Grayck, MD
University of Colorado
The Professional Development Committee is dedicated to helping young scientists advance their career and have more opportunities not only the industry but SfRBM, as well. Towards that, they have developed a mentoring program which matches young scientists with a mentor who is already established. This program is open to ALL SfRBM members!
If you are interested in being a mentee or a mentor, please click on the appropriate link below:
Click here to see the Mentorship Program Guidelines that will assist you with your engagement with your mentor/mentee.
The Professional Development Sessions are offered during SFRBM's Annual Meeting and are tailored for both junior and mid-level investigators.
Individual Development Plan (IDP)
An IDP can help establish your career priorities and goals and provides a successful tool to discuss your progress with your mentor. Many funding agencies and Universities require for post-docs and trainees to complete an IDP as part of the training process.
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Additional Resources for Training and Career Development