Overview of sMPH2r:
- National structured mentorship program
- Focuses on Hispanic health research
- Six (6) months (February through August)
Who are the sMPH2r Mentees?
- Undergraduate juniors
- Undergraduate seniors who are interested in applying, planning to apply, have already applied, or have been accepted to graduate school
- First year graduate students in the health professions who have demonstrated commitment in research and working with the Hispanic community.
Who are the sMPH2r Mentors? Mentees will be matched with a team of three (3) Mentors.
- Primary Mentor: senior researcher in academia, public or private sector
- Secondary Mentor: junior researcher or mid-level health professional
- Tertiary Mentor: resident, doctoral student or post-doctoral fellow
How often do teams e-meet?
- Once a month for one hour to ensure that the Mentee is making progress on agreed-upon research.
What else does sMPH2r offer Mentees and Mentors?
What are the sMPH2r requirements/obligations?
- Mentees will participate in bi-monthly online lectures that focus on research methods and careers.
- Mentors will participate in an orientation at the beginning of the program.
- Teams' research that is accepted as an oral presentation, may receive funding from HSHPS to attend the conference.
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- Mentees will submit a research paper, present their research and participate in bi-weekly online lectures.
- Teams e-meet once a month for one hour.