UF Assistant Professor Chosen as NCI EIAP Scholar

Raymond Mailhot Vega, MD, MPHAssistant Professor Raymond Mailhot Vega, MD, MPH has been accepted as an EIAP Scholar by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) Early Investigator Advancement Program (EIAP).

The program was created by the NCI to support scientists from diverse backgrounds as they transition from junior investigators to independent investigators. The EIAP aims to enhance professional skills, guide preparation of an R01 grant application, provide access to a mentoring and peer network, and grow a community of emerging, diverse researchers from across the country.

Cohort members will provide peer support for each other both during and beyond their participation in the program. Dr. Mailhot Vega (right) will attend seminars, workshops, and other EIAP-sponsored activities. Scholars will also have the opportunity to connect with multiple mentors, including established investigators, scientists in different sectors as well as near-peer and peer mentors. Activities will be held for each EIAP cohort to encourage peer mentoring and community building.

For more information about the National Cancer Institute Early Investigator Advancement Program, visit the NCI website.

 

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