NIH All About Grants Podcast: Ins and Outs of Training Grants (miniseries)

February 26, 2024

Institutional training grants help prepare undergraduates, predoctoral students and postdoctoral scholars for careers in biomedical and behavioral research. Part 1 of this NIH All About Grants podcast miniseries dives into considerations for developing training grant applications and the review process, and part 2 focuses on post-award monitoring, mentorship, and provides insights for trainees.

NIH All About Grants Podcast: What Early Career Researchers Should Know (Part 1) – the Hidden Curriculum

September 8, 2023

NIH podcasters Dr. Oliver Bogler, host of National Cancer Institute Inside Cancer Careers, and Dr. Lauren Ullrich, co-host of National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Building Up the Nerve, will relay experiences and lessons learned on finding the right mentor, importance of open communication, networking, career progression and opportunities, and much more.

Mentorship Matters for the Biomedical Workforce

June 6, 2014

Nature Medicine asked me to share my thoughts on the role of mentorship in the biomedical workforce, and I want to share this article with Rock Talk readers, as well.

Mentorship Matters for the Biomedical Workforce: The mentorship of early-career scientists is necessary to their individual career success and the future of the biomedical research enterprise as a whole. Recently launched NIH programs and tools aim to facilitate this important type of training. ….