Application Period: February 1 - February 22, 2019

The INSAR Early Career Committee is now accepting applications for the 2019 Mentoring Initiative. The goal of the Mentoring Initiative is to use the network of expertise within INSAR to build the next generation of autism researchers through mentorship. The Mentoring Initiative is designed as a tiered mentorship program, where a senior researcher is paired with an early career researcher, and the early career researcher is paired as a mentor to a student/trainee INSAR member.

Note: Do not email the senior mentors. The Early Career Committee will be reviewing applications and making decisions.

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* 1. Applicant Information

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* 2. What is your current position?

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* 3. INSAR Member Type

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* 4. Please list your areas of specialization and degrees (list all)

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* 5. What is your research focus?  Select One

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* 6. Early Career is defined as "faculty or non-academic full INSAR members who have completed their formal training (i.e. terminal degree,post-PhD fellowship or post-doctoral fellowship, medical residency, or other special training) within the past 10 years." How many years has it been since your terminal degree?

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