An article, published by the New York Times, about the Imposter Syndrome: the feeling of “phoniness in people who believe that they are not intelligent, capable or creative despite evidence of high achievement.”
Announcement and description of NRMN’s unique partnership with iBiology, which offers an archive of video content about the latest research in the life sciences, as well as the personal stories and opinions of the people that make up the scientific workforce.
Information on NRMN’s presentation, titled “Tips to Becoming an Effective Research Mentor Across Career Stages,” at the 2015 SACNAS conference.
An interview with Anne Marie Weber-Main, PhD, who is the Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Minnesota and serves in many other roles.
A profile of and interview with Janice Green Douglas, MD, FAHA. Douglas is participating as a grant writing coach-in-training through NRMN’s Southeast Training Hub at the Morehouse School of Medicine.
An article about Dr. Matsui’s keynote speech, titled “An Outsider at the Table,” given to the attendees of NRMN’s third key personnel meeting hosted at Boston College.
NRMN’s announcement of the 2015 supplement and pilot project award recipients.
Information about the 2015 ABRCMS conference and details about NRMN’s presence at the four day conference.