Career Development

Pamela Lein, PHD, CO-DIRECTOR
Nicholas Kenyon, MD, CO-DIRECTOR

Overview

The Career Development Program fosters the professional development of early stage investigators in environmental health sciences as well as established researchers new to environmental health sciences research. The program facilitates the generation of new scientific knowledge, technical capabilities, and formation of inter- and trans-disciplinary groups to develop the future environmental health sciences research workforce.  This is accomplished through several programs and activities:

  • Environmental Health Sciences Scholar Program
  • Mentoring for early stage investigators or established investigators new to environmental health sciences
  • Best Practices in Research Program Management and Leadership (Registration now open for Fall 2017. Click here to register)
  • Monthly Aims Review Meeting

Environmental Health Sciences Scholars

Michele LaMerrill, PhD (2015-2016)

Melanie Gareau, PhD (2016-2017)

Rebecca Calisi Rodriquez, PhD (2017-2018)

 

Career and professional development resources for EHS researchers

Monthly Aims Review

Mentoring Academy

NIEHS T32