The goal of the Training Researchers and INterns for Upcoming Professors (TRAIN-UP) Series is to provide life science research trainees with the knowledge and skills to mentor, train and supervise students and staff members from diverse backgrounds. The TRAIN-UP series are co-sponsored by City College of San Francisco's Bridge to Biosciences program and include:
- TRAIN-UP Introduction to Mentoring program: Learn the theory on how to mentor, train and supervise researchers from diverse backgrounds through this new UCSF course, to be offered in August 2015.
- TRAIN-UP Applied: Apply the TRAIN-UP concepts and get support while mentoring, training and supervising interns from diverse backgrounds.
Other mentoring opportunities with our partners:
- Science and Health Education Partnership (SEP)
Mentor a high school student in your UCSF lab during the summer. For questions, please contact Katherine Nielsen, Co-Director of SEP.
- UCSF/USF Partnership for Undergraduate Mentoring and Teaching (PUMT)
Mentor a USF undergraduate student in your current lab. Contact: Deneb Karentz ([email protected])
For contact information and important dates, check the left hand menu of this page.