Mentoring URM Postdoctoral Scientists in Behavioral and Cardiovascular Health Research to Increase Diversity in the Academic Workforce

The T32 Training and Mentoring program brings participants to NYU’s Department of Population Health for a two-year post doctoral learning experience where they will develop independent academic careers. It uses a congruent mentorship approach whereby mentors and mentees are matched based on common research interest, background, and specialty.

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