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The main objective of the INSPIRE early career network of the ISBM is to facilitate the development and promotion of research opportunities, mentoring and education for students and early career members who have an interest in behavioural medicine.  
INSPIRE aims to:

  • Establish networking opportunities for early career researchers with the ISBM, both online and at regional and international meetings.

 

  • Establish didactic and mentorship opportunities with more established members of the field.
  • Support education, training and professional development for student and early career researchers within ISBM.

 

  • Increase the visibility of early career research within behavioural medicine.
  • Promote international research collaborations

The INSPIRE early career network maintains a web-forum for early career researchers and established researchers who wish to mentor individuals in their early career. The INSPIRE forums are free to join.

Chair Carina Chan carina.chan@acu.edu.au Monash University, Malaysia
Secretary Elizabeth Seng es842306@ohio.edu Ohio University, USA
Communication Officer Emily Kothe emily.kothe@sydney.edu.au The University of Sydney, Australia
       
Regional Officers

Elizabeth Seng (North America)

Gareth Hollands (Europe)

Carina Chan (Asia/Australasia)

 

   
Education and Training Representative Emily Kothe    

 

 

 

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