Training Mentors at the University of California and Beyond

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Jeanette Brown, MD, presents CTSI's Mentor Development Program. More at http://accelerate.ucsf.edu/training/mdp-materials

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Training Mentors at the University of California and Beyond

  1. 1. Clinical and Translational Science Institute / CTSI at the University of California, San Francisco CTSI Mentor Development ProgramJeanette S. Brown, MDDirector, UCSF CTSI Comprehensive Mentoring Program
  2. 2. Training More C & T mentors at UCSF & Across the US!!! Co Director: Mitch FeldmanAssistant Directors: Joe Guglielmo, Kathy Lee, Stuart Gansky, Laurence Huang, Mandana Khalili, & Kristine Yaffe 2
  3. 3. Mentoring Background• Critical component of career development & success• Outstanding mentors: insures pipeline• Success of Academic enterprise: robust mentors• Dedicated, skilled mentors: need training• Few training programs• UCSF CTSI Mentor Development Program (MDP) “A model” 3
  4. 4. UCSF MDP Overview• Joint program: UCSF Faculty Mentoring (MF)• Assistant Directors from each school• 10 case-based seminars, 2 per half day; Jan to May• Creative & innovative networking• Toolbox of strategies• Discussions & collective experiences Building a community of mentoring excellence 4
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  6. 6. CTSI Mentor Development Program• Training the next generation of research mentors: 2007-2011  Mid-career & early senior researchers  Integrated environment• Annual MDP Graduate Retreats• 2 publications (CTS 2009, Academic Medicine 2010; # 3 just submitted)• Across the US & Beyond: UC Davis, Stanford, U of Utah, NYU, Columbia U, Medical U of South Carolina, MD Anderson, U of Michigan, Society of General Internal Medicine, ACTR/SCTS, University of Kyoto Japan 6
  7. 7. 2007-2011 MDP Data• Thus far: 60 MIT’s graduated• Female 58% : Male 42%• Primary Research:  Clinical 83%; Basic 17%• Rank: Asst Prof 13%; Assoc Prof 70%; Prof 17%• Research Time: < 25% = 10%; 25-74 = 43%; ≥ 75% = 47% 7
  8. 8. 2007-2011 MDP Demographics White 73% Asian 17% Multi 5% Other 3% Black 2% SOM 80% SON 8% SOD 7% SOP 3% Grad Div 2% 8
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  11. 11. Early Mentoring Program• Inappropriate for junior research faculty to be a lead or co-mentor  Need to focus on their own career development  Don’t have the expertise or resources needed  Don’t have the mentoring experience needed• But, have superb expertise and resources for a defined research project  Methodologic skills  Clinical expertise  Time  Enthusiasm• Move on to lead/co-mentor as they gain experience• Growing the pipeline 11
  12. 12. Scientific Leadership & Management Skills • Thank you Judy Moskowitz (MDP Grad 2010) • 6th year, adapted for C & T researchers • Ed O’Neil primary speaker • Nov 17, Dec 8 • 123 participants • 40 (33%) C & T Researchers • Rated highly 12
  13. 13. Yes, we can:Lift the fog! 14
  14. 14. Thank You!CTSI.UCSF.EDU 15

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