CRTEC has developed a multidisciplinary faculty mentoring structure for early career faculty. We promote and facilitate the development of a faculty mentoring committee for new investigators, consisting of two to four members who can provide a broad perspective on research and career progression, and act as sponsors for internal and external opportunities.
- For research faculty, we recommend the selection of at least one mentoring committee member who is a clinical investigator in their research area.
- For clinical faculty, we recommend the selection of at least one mentoring committee member from cancer-focused basic research, population science, and/or education.
- For general questions and guidance on how to set up a faculty mentoring committee, please contact Dr. Rebecca Riggins, Associate Director of Education & Training.
- Research faculty are also encouraged to contact their Research Program Co-Leads:
- Cancer Cell Biology Program
- Cancer-Host Interactions Program
- Cancer Prevention and Control Program
- Clinical faculty should also contact Dr. John Marshall, Chief of the Division of Hematology/Oncology, MedStar Georgetown University Hospital.
In addition to CRTEC offerings, there are many other faculty mentoring resources available nationally and across our consortium.
- GUMC New and Early Career Faculty Mentoring Program
- HMH Office of Research Administration Investigator Training
- Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational Science (GHUCCTS) Seminars and Workshops
- National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD) – Affiliates of Georgetown University have free Institutional Membership to NCFDD
- National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN) – free account creation required