Georgia CTSA Mentoring Program Needs Your Input

In an effort to nurture opportunities for multidisciplinary team-based clinical and translational research, the Georgia CTSA Collaboration & Multidisciplinary Team Science (CMDTS) program is developing a mentoring program for junior faculty, postdocs, and clinical fellows. With goals to (1) develop technical skills within a collaborative environment, (2) develop relational and interpersonal skills in team science, and (3) create networks to improve collaboration efforts within multidisciplinary team science, we seek your feedback on the structure and delivery of this mentoring program.

Now is your chance to provide input into the development of the future Georgia CTSA Mentoring Program.

The survey is brief and will not take more than 5 minutes. Your participation is greatly appreciated.

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