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Mentoring Workshops

The Clinical and Translational Science Center hosts a multitude of workshops for mentees and mentors to cultivate and optimize strong mentoring relationships. Learn how to become a more effective mentor, and use the tools and strategies to bolster your mentorship.  

Workshops Offered 

Finding and Navigating Mentoring

Weill Cornell CTSC
with
Office of Faculty Development
Present:


FINDING AND NAVIGATING MENTORING
Friday, October 25, 2019 8:45am – 3:30pm
Weill Greenberg Building
1305 York Avenue, Conference Room A/B


The objectives of the workshops are using an Individual Development Plan (IDP) and learning strategies to seek and build research mentoring relationships. Fellows, residents, students, and faculty are encouraged to participate, those from all training levels are welcome. Sign up for the full-day workshop or individual sessions.


Featured Presenters:

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Joan M. Lakoski, PhD Director of Proposal Development
West Virginia Clinical and Translational Science Institute
Adjunct Professor, WVU School of Pharmacy

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Robert J. Milner, PhD Associate Vice Provost for Professional Development,
Professor of Neurology
University of Massachusetts Medical School
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Registration required
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Optimizing the Practice of Mentoring

The Weill Cornell CTSC with Office of Faculty Development is pleased to host mentoring experts for an engaging program designed to help prepare junior and senior faculty to be more effective research mentors. 

February 20-21, 2020

Belfer Research Building, 413 E 69th Street, 3rd floor, Conference room  302A/B

If you are a mentor who wants to learn strategies to strengthen the mentor-mentee relationship, attend the Thursday, February 20, all-day Mentor Training workshop (8:30am-3:30pm).


If you are a mentor or mentee, all professional levels, attend the Friday, February 21, Mentoring Maladies morning workshop (8:30 – 11:45am).

Featured Presenters:

Anne Marie Weber-Main, PhD
Associate Professor of Medicine

Co-Director of Mentoring, U of MN Clinical and Translational Science Institute
Medical School, University of Minnesota


Esam El-Fakahany, PhD
Professor of Experimental & Clinical Pharmacology
Associate Dean for Research & Graduate Studies
Co-Director of Mentoring, U of MN Clinical and Translational Science Institute

College of Pharmacy, University of Minnesota

Advanced Registration Required, register here.

 

LGBTQ+ Workshop

LGBTQ+ COMMUNICATIONS AND HEALTH NEEDS:

Case-Based Review of Best Practices in Care for LGBTQ+ Patients

 

All are welcome to participate in a training on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or questioning (LGBTQ+) inclusive communication and understanding LGBTQ+ health needs. Through interactive activities, participants will learn how to communicate and provide care that is sensitive and inclusive for their LGBTQ+ patients and families and learn about local and national LGBTQ+ health disparities and best practices in the care of LGBTQ+ patients.

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Nelson Sanchez, MD 
Chair, Weill Cornell Medicine LGBTQ+ Steering Committee

Associate Professor of Medicine, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

 

Friday, March 20, 2020
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm 
Weill Cornell Medicine

1300 York Avenue

2nd Floor, room A-250 

Clinical & Translational Science Center 1300 York Ave., Box 149 New York, NY 10065