NRMN Career Development Webinars

Join the National Research Mentoring [NRMN] network for this special webinar series that will discuss the key role mentoring plays in helping scientists advance at all levels of their career, the challenges and importance of finding a mentor within the biophysical community, the role of mentoring in advancing opportunities for underrepresented scientists, as well as the opportunities to become or find a mentor through NRMN.

The PhD Application Process*

Biomedical Graduate Education & Careers for Scientists PhD NRMN & AAMC Career Development Webinar

Career Development Webinar: Partnership – Co Creating a Health Care System that Works for Everyone

NRMN Health Research Talks

The National Research Mentoring Network, in partnership with the UAB Minority Health and Health Disparities Research Center (MHRC), is proud to present this series of videos on health disparities research entitled NRMN Health Research Talks. The 8-video series provides professional development information for junior faculty planning research careers as independent investigators in fields related to community-based health and health disparities.

iBiology & NRMN

Hosted by iBiology and the National Research Mentoring Network-NRMN.

The National Research and Mentoring Network (NRMN) has partnered with to bring you a variety of video resources to support your career. The NRMN Resources @ iBiology offers you a library of videos featuring leading scientists providing insight into topics such as researcher career development, mentoring, training, research, career advice, diversityand much more. These videos are produced or curated by

Click Hereto visit the NRMN Resources in the iBiology video archives.

iBiology & NRMN Q&A LIVE!

Hosted by iBiology and the National Research Mentoring Network-NRMN.

Mentoring is essential to improving the success of underrepresented scientists. On Monday October 5th, 2015 we hosted a live Q&A to talk about culturally responsive mentoring and the importance of taking into account diverse cultural experiences to establish more effective mentoring relationships. Our esteemed panel of experts offered great insights into culturally responsive mentoring and why it matters.

This Google Hangout On Air was hosted by iBiology and the National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN) and featured Dr. Angela Byars-Winston of the University of Wisconsin-Madison; Dr. Kenneth Gibbs, Jr. of the National Cancer Institute; Dr. Joel Oppenheim of New York University; and Dr. Sonia Zárate of the University of San Diego. The event was be moderated by
Dr. Mónica I. Feliú-Mójer, Science Outreach Program Manager for iBiology and Vice-Director for Ciencia Puerto Rico (CienciaPR)