Mentoring and growth
The Office of Scholarly, Academic & Research Mentoring (OSARM) was created in 2010 to facilitate scholarly and academic growth among junior faculty members in the Department of Medicine.
Our goals are:
- implement a consistent, structured mentoring program for all junior faculty members
- help junior faculty with their pilot research funds and those applying for new awards
- identify and lead a junior faculty "Research Faculty Scholar" group, who receive more intensive mentoring, data management and biostatistical support and assistance with travel to present at national meetings
- provide biostatistical mentoring and analytic support for the research and scholarly projects of all OSARM faculty members
Jan 11, 2016