University of Utah's Center for Clinical and Translational Science Partners with NRMN for Mentor Training
The National Research Mentoring Network offers several kinds of Mentorship Training. Click here  to see how you and your colleagues could benefit from signing up. 
NRMN Researchers Explore How Diversity Training Impacts Research Mentors 
Stephanie House, lead author, with Kim Spencer and Dr. Chris Pfund.
Wondering how NRMN diversity training has an impact on faculty members?

Several NRMN researchers, led by Stephanie House, Co-Director of the Master Facilitators Initiative, recently published a paper exploring how faculty perceive diversity and internalize and act on mentor training content.
To learn more about the impact of NRMN diversity training, click here.
MyMentor Highlight: Karen Martinez, Assistant Professor, University of Puerto Rico

Dr. Karen Martinez, Assistant Professor, University of Puerto Rico 
Dr. Karen Martinez is the Director and Principal Investigator of the Hispanic Clinical and Translational Research Education and Career Development Program. 

Her research spans across neurobiology of anxiety disorders, Latino mental health, pharmacogenetics and mental health disparities. 

You can reach out to Dr. Martinez on MyMentor, or click here to read more about her research career. 

Training Program for Facilitators of Entering Research Welcomes 2nd Cohort of Trained Facilitators
Participants in Cohort 2 of Facilitating Entering Research

The NRMN Mentorship Training Core recently held a second workshop for those interested in facilitating Entering Research. Entering Research is curriculum aimed at trainee development, including research ethics, practical research skills, and more. 

Future workshops are planned for October 2018 and Spring 2019. 

Click here to learn about the workshop, and sign up! 

NIGMS Director Dr. Jon Lorsch Shares Diversity Insights in NIMHD Blog Post

The National Institute for Minority Health and Health Disparities is starting a series of blog posts covering resources, research, and opportunities across the NIH.

This month, NIMHD highlights a post from Dr. Jon Lorsch, who shares opportunities and research programs for scientists from URM backgrounds. 

To learn more about opportunities at the NIH and NIMHD, click here

Upcoming Opportunities with NRMN and Partners
Health Disparities Research Institute
July 23-27, 2018
Applications Due: April 27th
This program is aimed at Post-doctoral fellows, Assistant Professors, and Early Stage Researchers - it focuses on minority health and health disparities research, and participants also receive grant consultation. 

If you are interested in applying to this program, click here

Have questions about how to make MyNRMN work for you?

Join one of our webinars to learn more about MyNRMN - our networking and collaboration platform. This 30 minute webinar will introduce you to current and new features, and allows an opportunity to engage in a 10 minute Q&A session.

Click here  to register! 

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Grantsmanship Training?
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Editor-in-Chief: Sarah Gluck, 
Associate Editor: Alexis Short,

Interested in Contributing?  Would you like to share your experiences in science or contribute a research write-up? We're looking for articles approximately 500-1000 words related to the NRMN mission. Contact our Editor-in-Chief,  Ms. Sarah Gluck, for 
more information.
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