The Brandeis-Harvard NIDA Center to Improve System Performance of Substance Use Disorder Treatment is delighted to facilitate opportunities for mentoring at the 2017 Addiction Health Services Research Conference in Madison, Wisconsin.
Mentoring can be helpful for individuals in all phases of their career and we particularly encourage junior faculty, post-docs, and doctoral students to take advantage of this opportunity. Senior researchers have offered to be mentors and will be available for 30-60 minute conversations at AHSR about a range of topics including career development, networking, and proposal planning. It can be particularly helpful to have a mentor outside of your institution; we hope this will help start an ongoing relationship. Think about who you would like to meet at AHSR 2017!
To sign up as a mentor or to indicate interest in being mentored at AHSR this year, please check the appropriate box when you register for the conference. A representative from the mentoring program will contact you before the conference with further details.
If you are interested in providing guidance and advice, consider volunteering as a mentor!
Please contact Brooke Evans (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.