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The AAI Career Advisory Board (CAB) offers early-faculty scientists the opportunity to speak with mid-level and senior faculty outside of their own institutions for career advice.
The CAB is a referral service providing a means for matching young PIs who submit requests for guidance on specific career issues with more senior PIs with experience and insights in those areas. The program is not meant to replace the mentoring programs at a young faculty member’s home institution, but, rather, to serve as a resource for early-career PIs to obtain advice on a specific question from established investigators outside of their home institutions—often through a single phone call.
Topics include (but are not limited to)
Note: The CAB is not designed to provide assistance with grant writing or review, the focus of the AAI GRIP (Grant Review for Immunologists Program).
Applicants specify the topic or issue they want to address. They may also specify persons not to be contacted on their behalf.
The CAB is Open to all early-faculty AAI members, both men and women. (Trainees are referred to mentoring programs at their home institutions.)
Click here to log in and apply.
Your request will be forwarded to the CSOW subcommittee members who designate an appropriate advisor from a pool of AAI volunteers—men and women—agreeing to remain “on call.” The designated advisor will contact you to arrange a phone call or correspondence.
Both men and women serve as advisors.
Interested in volunteering as an established PI advisor? If you are interested in volunteering as an advisor, send an e-mail with the topic(s) you wish to address to email@example.com. (Please write CAB in the subject line.)