Mentoring Resources

Here are some valuable resources to learn more about mentoring:

National Mentoring Research Network
An organization that supports advancement at every career stage of research in the biomedical sciences

Mentoring Toolkit Website
Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Exemplary Junior Faculty Mentoring Programs Report
Cornell University

Mentoring Program Website
Georgetown University Medical Center

Mentoring Website
Indiana University School of Medicine

Academic Advancement Network
Michigan State University

Mentoring Website
Oregon Health and Science University

Faculty Mentoring Website
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

Mentoring Website
University of Massachusetts Medical School


Email Faculty Affairs for more information about mentoring at UNMC.

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