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So You’ve Got a Research Mentor…So What?

Simply having a research mentor is only the first step. What can you do to cultivate a career-long relationship with your research mentor? What can you do to take advantage of your time under their guidance? ABRCMS Online presents a discussion about the benefits of research mentors and some practical skills for working with them.

Webinar participants will:

  • Discuss the benefits of research mentors
  • Identify practical skills for working with research mentors
  • Review communication skills
  • Explore techniques for navigating difficulties in the mentor-mentee relationship

Prof. Ramesh RaghupathiPresenter: Professor Ramesh Raghupathi, Drexel University College of Medicine, Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy
Ramesh Raghupathi is a professor in the College of Medicine’s Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy. He studies the short- and long-term effects of traumatic brain injuries (TBI), caused by violent assaults, motor vehicle accidents, collision-related events during contact sports and falls. His lab’s ongoing research efforts, funded in part by the National Institutes of Health and the Division of Veterans’ Affairs, are aimed at addressing the feasibility of behavioral and pharmacological strategies to reduce and reverse TBI pathology. Raghupathi completed postdoctoral training at the University of Connecticut Health Science Center and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Before coming to the College of Medicine in 2003, he served on the faculty in the Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.

Prof. Raghupahti has served with ABRCMS as a judge and Scientific Ambassador for Neuroscience. He has also led the “Writing a Compelling Abstract” webinar series for students preparing abstract submissions to ABRCMS.


Twitter: @raghupathirames