Is your mentor an outstanding advisor, advocate, sponsor, colleague, and collaborator?
Do you know a University of Michigan faculty member who shares her or his knowledge and research experience with students and scholars, many from different disciplines, with no thought of reward or recognition?
The Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR) would like to celebrate the contributions of such individuals with the 2016 MICHR Distinguished Mentor Award.
Consider nominating your mentor for this award, which honors the efforts and accomplishments of faculty across the university who demonstrate consistent high quality research and career mentoring in areas of clinical & translational research.
Nominees must be faculty members (tenured or non-tenured) from any discipline in any school, department, or program at the University of Michigan who have mentored in an area of clinical & translational research. Nominees are not required to have any previous affiliation with MICHR.
The nomination deadline for the 2016 MICHR Distinguished Clinical and Translational Research Mentor Award is March 1, 2016. Find out more and learn how to submit a nomination here.
Read about the recipients of the 2015 award here.