BENEFITS

Network members meet in live and virtual events associated with ASH, HTRS Scientific Symposia, and THSNA for discussion, networking, education, and social events.

Topics of interest include:

  • Collaborative research
  • Setting career pathways
  • Work/Life balance
  • Leadership
  • Building an educator's portfolio
  • ...and much more!

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VISION

To connect and collaborate in a dynamic way in the midst of this changing professional environment – enhancing our interaction with mentors and junior faculty colleagues as we develop meaningful careers together.

GOALS

  • Create more opportunities to connect in-person at national/international conferences – both in-person and virtually
  • Promote Mentor Match programs to help trainees and junior faculty make valuable networking connection
  • Provide meaningful, interactive counsel to boost grant-writing skills at the earliest stage 


WHO CAN JOIN?

 

Clinicians and physician-scientists in their first seven years of post-fellowship training.
 

Basic and translational scientists in their first seven years of post-doctoral training.
 

ConECCTOR members must be HTRS Core members in good standing.

 Apply for your HTRS Membership and join ConECCTOR Network today!

ConECCTOR RESOURCES


UPCOMING ConECCTOR EVENTS


HTRS MENTOR MATCH PROGRAM

The HTRS Mentor Match Program connects early-career investigator members (trainees or early faculty; MD or PhD) with HTRS mentors to enhance career development.  Throughout the year, the program offers all members opportunities to collaborate, engage, guide, learn and grow.
 


GRANT REVIEW WORKSHOP

HTRS announces a new program structure and the first application deadline for our 2023 Grant Review Workshops (GRWs). 

Who Should Apply?

Members of the HTRS Fellows Network (trainees) and ConECCTOR (junior faculty) are invited to apply for a two-part, individualized GRW with an experienced HTRS physician-scientist and/or PhD investigator. The goal of the GRW is to provide applicants with helpful feedback to aid them in preparing a competitive research grant for submission.

How Does a GRW Work?

GRWs consist of two (2) 1-hour sessions. The first session is scheduled by HTRS and held in person during a national hematology meeting. The second session is held virtually and is scheduled by the mentor/mentee at their mutual convenience, up to two months after the in-person session. 

In between sessions, mentees are expected to consider and/or apply feedback from their first session and review helpful grant writing resources posted to the HTRS online Resource Center. 

Applications for in-person sessions being scheduled during the HTRS 2023 Scientific Symposium in Orlando, FL, March 10-12, 2023 are due Friday, February 10, 2023 by 6:00 PM EST.

To apply: Grant Review Workshop | Spring 2023 
 


ConECCTOR WEBINAR ARCHIVE

ConECCTOR LEADERSHIP

sident

Patrick Ellsworth, MD

Co-Chair

Assistant Professor - Hematology
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 

Jessica Garcia, MD

Co-Chair

Assistant Professor - Pediatrics
UT Southwestern/Children's Medical Center

 

 

 Questions? 

 Contact Jennifer Ziegler, Director, Awards Programs and Career Development, [email protected].

 

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