SRI has had a long-standing commitment to training future generations of clinicians and researchers in women’s health. In 2015, the SRI Council recognized the need for additional activities surrounding diversity in the society and career development. The SRI Career Development & Diversity Committee was revitalized to realize that need and has been charged with developing educational and mentorship opportunities for SRI trainees and investigators. These include ongoing curriculum of activities to develop grant writing, presentation, networking and mentoring skills, training in basic or clinical design in specific research techniques, data analysis, data analysis and interpretation. Such sessions will improve skills in personal and business interactions and allow trainees and investigators to develop the appropriate skills to launch and maintain fruitful careers in reproductive sciences and women’s health.
In Training: Full-time postdoctoral trainee, resident, or fellow, or a student enrolled in a formally approved training program leading to a degree (BA, BS, MD, PhD, MS, MPH, DVM).
Early Career Researcher: Someone within their first 5 years of a faculty or faculty equivalent position.
Mid-Career: Self Defined; someone beyond first 5 years of professional appointment as defined by their institution.
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