Allied Health Sciences: Faculty Resources

This is a guide for Allied Health Sciences faculty, with a focus on resources for new/junior faculty, mid-career faculty, and their mentors. It is also a broad, one-stop-shop for faculty at all levels.

Center for Faculty Excellence (CFE)

UNC School of Medicine

AcaDames Podcast Episode: How to Make Mentorship a Dream

NC TraCS Institute

Susan Pusek, MPH, MS, Director of Education and Training Programs, NCTraCS, a member of the Education Team has been involved with mentoring programs and resources for TraCS.  She can be reached via the website and consultation request link below.  

  • Education Team web page
    • We provide learning opportunities and training for all types of researchers — from junior academics to community advocates — in areas that help accelerate the advancement of translational research.
    • We have a number of formal educational programs tailored specifically to interdisciplinary clinical and translational science.  These include a new postdoctoral training program,, a junior faculty career development program, writing groups, an updated translational and clinical research curriculum, mock reviews, consultation services, and a 2-year MS in clinical research for those with doctoral degrees to develop the skills to become successful PI's and collaborators. 
  • Request a consultation from the Education Team or go to the Education Team web page, above

View the NC TraCS events calendar to see all scheduled learning opportunities, events and training programs for clinical and translational researchers.

National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN)

CIMER: University of Wisconsin Center for the Improvement of Mentored Experiences in Research