SD CFAR member institutions offer a variety of training opportunities for new and experienced investigators. Check out the links below and take the next step in your professional growth.
View these PDF slide presentations to learn important self-care strategies:
Check out the Healer Education Assessment & Referral (HEAR) Program for confidential support and resources for stress, depression, and other conditions. Also see this brochure from the Physicians' Well-Being Committee. If you need urgent assistance, please contact 911 or 800-273-TALK (8255).
Join the SD CFAR's Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) Committee to help make our Center more equitable for all.
At UC San Diego, your first point of contact for additional training is likely to be the Office of Faculty Affairs.
Prepare for your academic review
Dr. Natasha Martin is Co-Director of the SD CFAR BAM Core and a collaborating researcher on UC San Diego's Return to Learn initiative. In April and July of each year, Dr. Martin offers workshops to help emerging investigators prepare files for their academic reviews. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Martin is meeting with investigators individually via Zoom. Check for schedules and registration details here and in our weekly SD CFAR announcement email.
Check out the Women in Health Sciences (WIHS) Committee, which promotes leadership and networking for women in academic medicine.
Connect with other women for advice, support, and networking. Join the Women in HIV Research Affinity Group!
Find out why social media is important for academic researchers. Learn how to set up your own account so you can start sharing and writing content.