Anne Marie Weber-Main, PhD – University of Minnesota

/Anne Marie Weber-Main, PhD – University of Minnesota

Anne Marie Weber-Main, PhD – University of Minnesota

Anne Marie Weber-Main, PhD is Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Minnesota. She serves as Associate Vice Chair for Faculty Affairs and Diversity in the Department of Medicine and co-Director of Mentoring in the Clinical and Translational Science Institute. She is also a workshop leader and fellow in the American Medical Writers Association. As an NRMN Master Facilitator, Dr. Weber-Main has conducted facilitator training at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, mentor training at Weill Cornell Medical School and the University of Minnesota, and culturally aware mentor training for the CIC Academic Network. She served on a multi-institutional team to develop the curriculum Mentor Training for Clinical and Behavioral Researchers. Currently, she leads NRMN teams engaged in bringing research mentor training to the online environment. These efforts include adaptations of Optimizing the Practice of Mentoring – an online course completed by over 750 individuals from more than 300 institutions since its launch in 2012.
Dr. Weber-Main received her PhD in chemistry from the University of Minnesota and completed a Mass Media Fellowship at the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Her scholarship and leadership roles are in two core areas: (1) innovative models for faculty mentoring and mentor/mentee training in research-intensive settings, (2) models of institutional research productivity and research fellow/faculty development, with an emphasis on development of scientific writing skills. She has mentored over 100 faculty and fellows in research writing. Her publications include the 2009 book Faculty Success Through Mentoring: A Guide for Mentors, Mentees, and Leaders.

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