Whether you're just settling into your first faculty appointment or are already becoming an increasingly established scholar, balancing the demands of research, teaching, and service can seem daunting. But there are a myriad of resources to support you—from grant application writing guidance to the mentorship of senior faculty—so that you can continue on your journey with confidence. Look ahead to mapping out a national and international professional academic reputation in your field of clinical or basic health science research.
The best place to start is within your own school. Each tailors their faculty affairs specifically to the needs of their profession: dental medicine, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, public health, health and rehabilitation sciences. There is also a wealth of academic career development resources just for faculty within the larger University community and beyond ready for you to explore.
The Office of Academic Career Development is dedicated to providing professionals in the schools of the health sciences with the tools, resources, and support they need to achieve their full potential as leaders in biomedical research, education, and clinical practice. Read More>