The CFAR Mentoring Program targets junior investigators applying for CFAR pilot grants. A mentor team is formed and consists of a research mentor to help develop ideas, a peer mentor to answer questions about matters related to the CFAR, and a career mentor to advise on big-picture career decisions. The CFAR Mentoring Program can assist you in identifying a mentoring team.
All junior investigators are encouraged to complete an Individual Development Plan prior to joining the mentoring program.
A PowerPoint slideshow on the Mentoring Relationship should be viewed by all mentors and mentees.
A workshop for junior faculty members was held on May 27, 2015, entitled Building Effective Mentoring Relationships. Another workshop in Fall 2015 will be announced through CFAR emails.
Training Activities - provides access to grant-related training opportunities.
Dorothy E. Lewis, Ph.D.
Mentoring Program Director
Phone: (713) 500-6809