Curriculum Choices

The curricula below target the mentors of junior faculty, post docs and graduate students. For curricula geared towards the mentors of undergraduates, see researchmentortraining.org.


Clinical and Translational Researchers

This curriculum provides the most overarching introduction to mentoring in clinical and translational research and seeks to span the full spectrum of translational science. The three curricula below are tailored for sub-fields of clinical and translational research. While these fields are addressed in this comprehensive version, they provide materials to more fully address the unique needs of each.

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Biomedical Researchers
This curriculum focuses on training the mentors of graduate students and post-docs engaged in basic biomedical research, primarily conducted in teams in a laboratory setting.

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Clinical and Behavioral Researchers
This curriculum focuses on training the mentors of both clinical and behavioral researchers working with human subjects, whether it be at the individual, group, or societal level.

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Community Engaged Researchers
This curriculum focuses on training the mentors of researchers whose work is conducted with the input and, in some cases, the direct and full participation of community members.

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Adaptación del Entering Mentoring Series para Mentores de Laboratoristas

Para descargar los materiales en español del entrenamiento para mentores de laboratoristas haga click aquí.

To download the Spanish mentor training materials tailored for laboratoristas click here.


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