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NINDS's Building Up the Nerve

The fourth season of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke’s Building Up the Nerve podcast demystifies the unwritten rules, or “hidden curriculum,” of scientific research at every career stage. We know that navigating your career can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job! 

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Building Up the Nerve Trailer
Building Up the Nerve is a podcast for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the life cycle of a grant from idea to award at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job! Be sure to tune in to the entire season to learn about the NINDS grant cycle from the people who make it happen!https://www.ninds.nih.gov/Funding/Training-Career-DevelopmentTranscript: http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/558574/1799503-building-up-the-nerve-trailer
03:00 10/1/19
Episode 1: Get to Know NINDS
Learn about the NINDS mission and our relationship with NIH as a whole from NINDS Director Dr. Walter Koroshetz and Deputy Director Dr. Nina Schor. Building Up the Nerve is a podcast from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the life cycle of a grant from idea to award at NINDS with the people who make it happen. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job!Related Resources:https://schorline.ninds.nih.gov/https://www.ninds.nih.gov/About-NINDS/Who-We-Are/Directors-Cornerhttps://www.ninds.nih.gov/Funding/Training-Career-DevelopmentFollow @NINDSdirector and @Schor_NTranscript: http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/558574/1878416-episode-1-get-to-know-ninds
25:47 10/18/19
Building Up the Nerve Introduction
Meet your hosts and learn about what's to come on this season of Building Up the Nerve.Building Up the Nerve is a podcast for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the life cycle of a grant from idea to award at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job! Be sure to tune in to the entire season to learn about the NINDS grant cycle from the people who make it happen!https://www.ninds.nih.gov/Funding/Training-Career-DevelopmentTranscript: http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/558574/1839991-building-up-the-nerve-introduction
12:56 10/18/19
Episode 2: The Grant Cycle
Get an overview of the entire grant cycle from Acting Deputy Director of Extramural Activities, Dr. Dave Owens, and Program Directors Drs. Vicky Whittemore and Ned Talley.Building Up the Nerve is a podcast from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the life cycle of a grant from idea to award at NINDS with the people who make it happen. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job!Related Resources:https://projectreporter.nih.gov/reporter_matchmaker.cfm?source=RPCO&new=1Transcript: http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/558574/1949736-episode-2-the-grant-cycle
38:09 11/1/19
Episode 3: Initiating the Research Idea
Hear from program directors Drs. Glenn Nuckolls, Francesca Bosetti, and Shai Silberberg on choosing a research topic, reading a funding opportunity announcement, and talking to your program director.Building Up the Nerve is a podcast from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the life cycle of a grant from idea to award at NINDS with the people who make it happen. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job!Related Resources:https://projectreporter.nih.gov/reporter_matchmaker.cfm?source=RPCO&new=1Transcript: http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/558574/2050863-episode-3-initiating-the-research-idea
32:03 11/15/19
Episode 4: Preparing the Application
Get tips for putting together your application from Drs. Steve Korn and Tish Weigand of the Training Office and Dr. Michelle Jones-London of the OPEN Office.Building Up the Nerve is a podcast from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the life cycle of a grant from idea to award at NINDS with the people who make it happen. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job!Transcript: http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/558574/2179406-episode-4-preparing-the-application
34:37 11/29/19
Episode 5: Receipt and Referral
Learn what happens to your application after you hit submit from Karrah Benson, Referral Program Specialist, and Dr. Carlos Faraco, Health Program Specialist.Building Up the Nerve is a podcast from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the life cycle of a grant from idea to award at NINDS with the people who make it happen. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job!Transcript: http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/558574/2233913-episode-5-receipt-and-referral
32:21 12/13/19
Episode 6: Scientific Review
Learn what happens during study section and the role of a scientific review officer from SROs Drs. Ernie Lyons (NINDS Review Branch Chief), Shanta Rajaram, and Bill Benzing.Building Up the Nerve is a podcast from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the life cycle of a grant from idea to award at NINDS with the people who make it happen. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job!Transcript: http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/558574/2309078-episode-6-scientific-review
33:46 12/27/19
Episode 7: Program Recommendation
Learn how program staff decide whether to recommend funding from Dr. Lyn Jakeman, Director of Neuroscience, and Program Directors Drs. Amelie Gubitz and Jim Gnadt.Building Up the Nerve is a podcast from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the life cycle of a grant from idea to award at NINDS with the people who make it happen. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job!Transcript: http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/558574/2400797-episode-7-program-recommendation
29:56 1/10/20
Episode 8: Council Review
Learn about NINDS Council and their role in the grants process from Dr. Bob Finkelstein, Director of the Division of Extramural Activities, and Kelly Baker, Committee Management Officer.Building Up the Nerve is a podcast from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the life cycle of a grant from idea to award at NINDS with the people who make it happen. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job!Transcript: http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/558574/2505532-episode-8-council-review
37:29 1/24/20
Episode 9: Resubmission
Learn how to approach resubmitting a grant from Program Directors Drs. Laura Mamounas and Beth-Anne Sieber, and Program Manager Dr. Shardell Spriggs.Building Up the Nerve is a podcast from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the life cycle of a grant from idea to award at NINDS with the people who make it happen. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job!Transcript: http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/558574/2645557-episode-9-resubmission
34:17 2/7/20
Episode 10: Issuing the Grant Award
Learn about the Notice of Grant Award and the role of the NINDS Grants Management Branch from Chief Dr. Tijuanna Decoster and Grants Management Officer Elizabeth Conklin.Building Up the Nerve is a podcast from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the life cycle of a grant from idea to award at NINDS with the people who make it happen. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job!Transcript: http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/558574/2778262-episode-10-issuing-the-grant-award
19:29 2/21/20
Episode 11: Monitoring Grant Performance
Learn how NINDS monitors grant performance from Program Directors Drs. Jane Fountain and Michael Oshinsky and Health Program Specialist Dr. Emily Carifi.Building Up the Nerve is a podcast from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the life cycle of a grant from idea to award at NINDS with the people who make it happen. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job!Transcript: http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/558574/2896012-episode-11-monitoring-grant-performance
46:37 3/6/20
Episode 12: Managing the NINDS Portfolio
Learn how NINDS monitors its portfolio from the Director of Science Policy and Planning, Dr. Paul Scott, Policy Analyst Dr. Sophia Jeon, and Program Director Dr. Anna Taylor.Building Up the Nerve is a podcast from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the life cycle of a grant from idea to award at NINDS with the people who make it happen. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job!Transcript: http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/558574/2896015-episode-12-managing-the-ninds-portfolio
24:32 3/20/20
Season 2 Trailer
Welcome to Season 2 of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke’s Building Up the Nerve, a podcast for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the components of a grant application with successful awardees. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job! 
02:48 12/8/20
S2E1: Plan Before You Build
The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke’s Building Up the Nerve is a podcast for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the components of a grant application with successful awardees. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job! In this episode, our grantee guests share insight on how to choose the right funding announcement and NIH Institute, how to approach the different components of the application, how to involve their mentors in the process, and other great advice on how to approach applying for NIH funding. Featuring Tayler Sheahan, PhD, Postdoctoral Scholar at University of Pittsburgh, Sweta Agrawal, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow at University of Washington, and George Vidal, PhD, Assistant Professor of Biology at James Madison University.Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/
53:57 1/8/21
S2E2: Building a Target for Your Aims
The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke’s Building Up the Nerve is a podcast for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the components of a grant application with successful awardees. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job!In this episode, our grantee guests discuss how they approach writing the Specific Aims and the Research Strategy and how to determine the “right” amount of work for a research proposal. We also discuss tips on how to approach pitfalls and alternative approaches to the experimental design. Featuring Maria Ali, Neurobiology PhD Candidate at the University of Virginia, Brielle Ferguson, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow at Stanford University, and Nathan Smith, PhD, PI at Children’s National Hospital and Assistant Professor at George Washington University.National Research Mentoring Network: http://nrmnet.net/Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/
43:15 1/22/21
S2E3: Building a Biography
The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke’s Building Up the Nerve is a podcast for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the components of a grant application with successful awardees. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job!In this episode, our grantee guests explain how they crafted their NIH biosketches. We discuss the crucial sections of the biosketch, including how to describe why you are well-suited for your role in the project in the Personal Statement and how to determine what is significant enough to include in the Contributions to Science.Featuring Tavita Garrett, Graduate Student at Oregon Health & Science University, Joy Franco, Graduate Student at Stanford University, Clark Rosensweig, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow at Northwestern University, and Victoria Abraira, PhD, Assistant Professor at Rutgers University.ResourcesChocolate chip cookie recipe: https://www.marthastewart.com/354939/cakey-chocolate-chip-cookiesTip sheets are titled "Putting Together Your Strongest [Grant] Application," and are available in the "Related Resources" section on the given grant program page, e.g., for the K01: https://www.ninds.nih.gov/Funding/Training-Career-Development/Award/K01-NINDS-Faculty-Development-Award-Promote-DiversityTranscript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/
51:48 2/5/21
S2E4: Building a Science Story
The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke’s Building Up the Nerve is a podcast for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the components of a grant application with successful awardees. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job!In this episode, our grantee guests share their training and career goals and how they tell their science story in the Candidate/Applicant's Background and Goals section. Guests also provide insight on how they aligned their expectations with their advisers' to ensure synergy in the training experience and the application itself. Featuring Ubadah Sabbagh, PhD candidate, Virginia Tech, Alejandra  Fernandez, PhD, Postdoctoral Researcher, OHSU, and Laura Ngwenya, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati.Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
43:19 2/19/21
S2E5: Building Your Team
The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke’s Building Up the Nerve is a podcast for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the components of a grant application with successful awardees. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job!In this episode, our grantee guests discuss how they involved their mentor(s)/sponsor(s) in the application process to ensure the training plan reflects their individual needs and the mentor is able to provide the appropriate level of support and expertise to achieve those training goals. Featuring  Jaroslaw Aronowski, PhD, Professor, UTHealth McGovern Med School; Alexis S.  Mobley, MS, PhD Candidate,  UTHealth McGovern Med School; Anna Majewska, PhD, Professor, University of Rochester; Monique Mendes, PhD, Postdoctoral Researcher, Stanford University; Mark Wu, MD, PhD, Professor, Johns Hopkins University; Margaret Ho, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
49:50 3/5/21
S2E6: Building a Fan Base
The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke’s Building Up the Nerve is a podcast for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the components of a grant application with successful awardees. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job!In this episode, our grantee guests discuss the importance of letters of recommendation, letters of support, and institutional commitment letters – and the difference between them! Our guests provide advice on how to approach the appropriate people to secure these components to strengthen their application. Featuring Sikoya Ashburn, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, Christopher Chen, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University, and Corey Harwell, PhD, Assistant Professor, Harvard University.ResourcesLongwood chorus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsCVmSjOI6IEarly Career Reviewer Program: https://public.csr.nih.gov/ForReviewers/BecomeAReviewer/ECRTranscript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
34:05 3/19/21
S2E7: Building up Resilience
The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke’s Building Up the Nerve is a podcast for neuroscience trainees that takes you through the components of a grant application with successful awardees. We know that applying for NIH funding can be daunting, but we’re here to help—it’s our job!In the season finale, our grantee guests discuss how to handle the application resubmission process. We discuss best practices on how to overcome the initial disappointment of not being funded, how to address reviewer critiques, and how to approach revising your application so that you and the proposal are both stronger in the end.Featuring Cory White, Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, Catrina Robinson, PhD, Assistant Professor, Medical University of South Carolina, and Alice Lam, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor, Massachusetts General Hospital.Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
51:29 4/2/21
Season 3 Trailer
Welcome to Season Three of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke's Building Up the Nerve, where we help you strengthen your mentoring relationships with tools and advice from both trainees and faculty. We know that navigating your career can be daunting, but we're here to help. It's our job.Transcript available at https://ninds.buzzsprout.com/
03:00 4/15/22
S3E1: What is a mentor?
The third Season of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke’s Building Up the Nerve podcast helps you strengthen your mentoring relationships with tools and advice from both trainees and faculty. We know that navigating your career can be daunting, but we're here to help—it's our job!In the first episode of the season, we will set the stage by defining who a mentor is and discussing different types of mentoring relationships, and mentoring models.Featuring Claire Horner-Devine, PhD, Co-Investigator of BRAINS and Founder, Counterspace Consulting LLC; Fátima Sancheznieto, PhD,  Assistant Researcher, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR); and Corey Welch, PhD, Director, STEM Scholars Program, Iowa State University.ResourcesBroadening the Representation of Academic Investigators in NeuroScience (BRAINS): https://brains.uw.edu/ Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS): https://www.sacnas.org/ National Academies report on "The Science of Effective Mentorship in STEMM:" https://www.nationalacademies.org/our-work/the-science-of-effective-mentoring-in-stemm#sectionPublications Fátima Sancheznieto's TedxChicago talk "How to keep the next generation of brilliant scientists:" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmwkDW3-99gThe Inigo Montoya Method: https://lifehacker.com/introduce-yourself-like-inigo-montoya-1840314386UC Berkeley Biology Scholars Program (mentioned by Dr. Corey Welch): https://bsp.berkeley.edu/ "A new framework for assessing the contributions of professionals in the natural sciences": https://ssbbulletin.org/article/view/8332/6343 Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
41:42 4/22/22
S3E2: How to find a mentor
The third Season of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke’s Building Up the Nerve podcast helps you strengthen your mentoring relationships with tools and advice from both trainees and faculty. We know that navigating your career can be daunting, but we're here to help—it's our job!In the second episode of the season, we focus on finding mentors that are a good fit, how to choose a research advisor, and how to build a mentoring team.Featuring Shawn Bates, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at California State University, Chico; Yesenia Garcia, Neuroscience PhD Student, Emory University; and Kaela Singleton, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow, Emory University School of Medicine.ResourcesBroadening the Representation of Academic Investigators in NeuroScience (BRAINS): https://brains.uw.edu/ Summer Program in Neuroscience, Excellence and Success (SPINES): https://www.mbl.edu/education/advanced-research-training-courses/course-offerings/summer-program-neuroscience-excellence-and-successNeuroscience Scholars Program (NSP): https://www.sfn.org/initiatives/diversity-initiatives/neuroscience-scholars-program Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
41:14 5/6/22
S3E3: How to work with a mentor
The third Season of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke’s Building Up the Nerve podcast helps you strengthen your mentoring relationships with tools and advice from both trainees and faculty. We know that navigating your career can be daunting, but we're here to help—it's our job!In the third episode of the season, we are talking with mentor mentee pairs about how they develop productive relationships, including aligning their expectations and working through challenges. Featuring Avital Rodal, PhD - Associate Professor of Biology, Brandeis University; Matthew Pescosolido, PhD – Postdoctoral Fellow, Brandeis University; Kay Tye, PhD – Professor, Salk Institute for Biological Studies; and Austin Coley, PhD - Postdoctoral Associate, Salk Institute for Biological Studies.ResourcesResources and examples for writing a lab manual:“How to…write a lab handbook” from The Biologist: https://thebiologist.rsb.org.uk/biologist-features/how-to-write-a-lab-handbookLab Manual Resources from OSF: https://osf.io/2xn6z/wiki/Other%20lab%20manual%20resources/“Redesigning our lab practices” by Ari Benjamin: http://kordinglab.com/2019/12/20/lab-redesign.htmlDr. Rodal’s Lab Manual: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gUtWSk7CqV3syAenEc11rnz4H5-yvU65b48NM46n-Vs/editmyIDP ScienceCareers for drafting an Individual Development Plan: https://myidp.sciencecareers.org/ Center for the Improvement of Mentored Experiences in Research (CIMER) has numerous FREE resources for mentors and mentees, including creating a mentoring compact (login required): https://cimerproject.org/  Season 2 of Building Up the Nerve takes you through the components of a grant application with successful awardees: https://ninds.buzzsprout.com/ Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
47:55 5/20/22
S3E4: Adaptive mentoring
The third Season of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke’s Building Up the Nerve podcast helps you strengthen your mentoring relationships with tools and advice from both trainees and faculty. We know that navigating your career can be daunting, but we're here to help—it's our job!In the fourth episode of the season, we focus on adaptive and resilient mentoring. While this is an evergreen topic, the last two years of the COVID-19 pandemic have tested the limits of our mentoring relationships. In this episode, we discuss how mentors and mentees can navigate these challenges.Featuring Theanne Griffith, PhD, Assistant Professor, UC Davis, Sarah Kucenas, PhD, Professor of Biology, University of Virginia, and Raele Robison, PhD, CCC-SLP, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Wisconsin-Madison.ResourcesAron, Arthur, et al. "The experimental generation of interpersonal closeness: A procedure and some preliminary findings." Personality and social psychology bulletin 23.4 (1997): 363-377. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0146167297234003“Building Trust Through Skillful Self-Disclosure” by Lynn Offermann and Lisa Rosh: https://hbr.org/2012/06/instantaneous-intimacy-skillfuResources and articles related to disability/ableism in academia:"How the Unknown Led to Certainty for PhD Student and PH Patient Raele Robison" by Raele Robison: https://phassociation.org/unknown-led-certainty-phd-student-ph-patient-raele-robison/ “Advancing Disability Inclusion in the Scientific Workforce” by Marie A. Bernard: https://diversity.nih.gov/blog/2021-07-21-advancing-disability-inclusion-scientific-workforce “Ableism in Academia”, Edited by Nicole Brown and Jennifer Leigh: https://www.uclpress.co.uk/products/123203“Academia’s ableist culture laid bare” by Kendall Powell: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-02695-0“Academia’s ableist mindset needs to change” by Kendall Powell: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-02907-7Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
38:41 6/3/22
S3E5: Transitioning out of a mentoring relationship
The third Season of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke’s Building Up the Nerve podcast helps you strengthen your mentoring relationships with tools and advice from both trainees and faculty. We know that navigating your career can be daunting, but we're here to help—it's our job!In the fifth episode of the season, we focus on transitioning out of a mentoring relationship. Even good mentoring relationships can run their course or become ineffective as time goes on. This episode is a conversation about navigating rough patches in mentoring relationships and knowing when and how to move on.  Featuring Ismail Ahmed, PhD, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, New York University School of Medicine; Imogen Hurley, PhD, Director, Office of Postdoctoral Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison; and Sharon Mina Noh, PhD, Postdoctoral Scholar, University of California, Irvine.ResourcesSharon references her NSF award. That was the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program: https://www.nsfgrfp.org/Imogen referenced that every university should have an Ombuds or Ombudsman Office. For example, the UW-Madison Ombuds office states “The Ombuds Office is a safe place where UW-Madison employees can seek guidance regarding workplace concerns at any time, without fear of reprisal, and at no cost to them. Ombuds provide faculty and staff with a confidential place to collaboratively explore complaints, clarify issues, and consider options and resources to address their concerns. Ombuds are impartial and non-aligned, working to promote fairness in the workplace.” - https://ombuds.wisc.edu/ Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
47:11 6/17/22
S3E6: Becoming a mentor
The third Season of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke’s Building Up the Nerve podcast helps you strengthen your mentoring relationships with tools and advice from both trainees and faculty. We know that navigating your career can be daunting, but we're here to help—it's our job!In the sixth episode of the season, we focus on moving from mentee to mentor, developing your mentoring philosophy, co-mentoring, and culturally aware mentorship.Featuring Ruben Dagda, PhD - Associate Professor, University of Nevada, Reno; Kathryn Graves - Psychology PhD Candidate, Yale University; and Jasmine Quynh Le - Neuroscience PhD Candidate, Brandeis University. ResourcesmyIDP ScienceCareers for drafting an Individual Development Plan: https://myidp.sciencecareers.org/Posse Foundation: https://www.possefoundation.org/ NIH Blueprint Diversity Specialized Predoctoral to Postdoctoral Advancement in Neuroscience (D-SPAN) Award (F99/K00): https://neuroscienceblueprint.nih.gov/training/nih-blueprint-d-span-award-f99k00 National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN): https://nrmnet.net/ Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS): https://www.sacnas.org/ Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS): https://abrcms.org/ Office for Graduate Student Development & Diversity (OGSDD) at Yale University: https://gsas.yale.edu/diversity/office-graduate-student-development-diversity-ogsdd Creating Significant Learning Experiences: An Integrated Approach to Designing College Courses by L. Dee FinkTranscript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/.
38:26 7/1/22
S3E7: Structural interventions around mentoring
The third Season of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke’s Building Up the Nerve podcast helps you strengthen your mentoring relationships with tools and advice from both trainees and faculty. We know that navigating your career can be daunting, but we're here to help—it's our job!In the last episode of the season, we focus on structural interventions around mentoring. Mentorship doesn’t happen in a vacuum—what can program directors, department chairs, and other institutional leaders do to create an environment in which supportive mentorship thrives?Featuring Sherilynn Black PhD - Associate Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement, Duke University; Beronda Montgomery, PhD –Professor of Biology & Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College, Grinnell College; and Thomas Schwarz, PhD - Professor, Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital.ResourcesBurroughs Welcome fund: https://www.bwfund.org/funding-opportunities/diversity-in-science/HHMI Gillian Fellowship for Advanced Study: https://www.hhmi.org/science-education/programs/gilliam-fellowships-advanced-study Center for the Improvement of Mentored Experiences in Research (CIMER): https://cimerproject.org/ NOTE: Create a FREE account in the Portal to access a library of resources, tools, and instructional materials on mentoring“Lessons from Plants” by Dr. Beronda Montgomery: https://www.berondamontgomery.com/lessonsfromplants/ Montgomery, Beronda L. "Academic leadership: gatekeeping or groundskeeping?." The Journal of Values-Based Leadership 13.2 (2020): 16. http://dx.doi.org/10.22543/0733.132.1316 Culturally Aware Mentorship webinar with Dr. Sherilynn Black and Dr. Angela Byars-Winston: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pt38C2l-o2o Womack, Veronica Y., et al. "Culturally aware mentorship: Lasting impacts of a novel intervention on academic administrators and faculty." PloS one 15.8 (2020): e0236983. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0236983 Initiative for Maximizing Student Development (IMSD) Program (T32): https://www.nigms.nih.gov/Training/IMSD/ Transcript available at http://ninds.buzzsprout.com/. 
43:52 7/15/22