Research Mentor Training Workshop for Faculty

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Bioscience Research Collaborative (BRC)

6500 Main Street

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Houston, TX 77030

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Topics include:

  • Maintaining Effective Communication
  • Aligning Expectations
  • Fostering Independence
  • Cultivating Self-Efficacy
  • Addressing Equity & Inclusion.

Faculty at all levels are invited to participate in this workshop. Facilitated by Bob Tillman, PhD, Director, Education, MD Anderson, and Master Trainer, National Research Mentoring Network.


What Previous Participants Have Said:

In the words of one participant: “one of the best things I did all year.”

Others say: “The mentoring workshop was wonderful. I expect this will have a lasting positive impact on the attendees and those with whom they interact.”

“While these sorts of workshops are not my preferred mode of learning, it was certainly interesting to hear the insights of more experienced faculty, and the workshop led to a fair amount of reflection regarding my role as a mentor.

“The workshop was led very professionally. Many case studies were thought-provoking, especially the slow writer one.”

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Bioscience Research Collaborative (BRC)

6500 Main Street

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Houston, TX 77030

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Organizer Gulf Coast Consortia

Organizer of Research Mentor Training Workshop for Faculty

The Gulf Coast Consortia (GCC) brings great minds together for the greater good—pushing the limits of what’s possible in the biosciences through collaboration with the greater scientific community.

The organization is a collaboration of basic and translational scientists, researchers, clinicians and students in the quantitative biomedical sciences who help advance the region’s scientific progress through participation in joint training and research programs, utilization of shared equipment and core facilities, and the exchange of scientific knowledge.

For more than a decade, the GCC has earned an unprecedented legacy for overcoming barriers between departments and institutions, increasing cooperation and collaborations, and training young scientists for future careers in the biomedical sciences.

The organization’s programs and core facilities are supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT),  John S. Dunn Foundation, and its member institutions.

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