OFDD offers workshops throughout the year designed to teach the skills needed to develop faculty careers.
OFDD supports the next generational of leaders in the biomedical workforce with intensive exposure to leadership training.
Stanford Medicine faculty have access to significant benefits to enable work-life integration. Through Academic Biomedical Career Customization, OFDD also offers tools for customized career support to enable continued faculty success.
OFDD provides department trainings and consultation on creating mentorship programs. This includes advising on mentorship program design including mentoring agreements, mentoring guides, and a mentorship self-assessment tool as well as in-person training on effective mentorship for both mentors and mentees. Contact us to request more information.
The National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN), funded by the National Institutes of Health, is a nationwide consortium of science professionals and institutions collaborating to provide students and scientists across all career stages of research in the biomedical, behavioral, clinical, and social sciences with enhanced networking, professional development, research resources and mentorship experiences. Participate as a mentor or mentee. Click Here to create your profile on the NRMN website today!
“The Fallacy of Fairness” with Jo Handelsman
Main Dining Room, Faculty Club
Gender Matters: Why Sex in Science isn't Enough
Korbet-Taube (SIEPR) Conference Center on Galvez
Strategies to Address Discrimination Towards Physicians by Patients and Families.
Li Ka Shing Boardroom, LK320
Women Faculty Networking Luncheon: Patricia Gumport, PhD
Bing Dining Room, Stanford Hospital
NIDDK Network of Minority Health Research Investigators (NMRI)
Stanford University School of Medicine