GRADUATE STUDENT DIVISION
GSD Principal Investigator Mentoring Awards
2020 Winner: Hakho Lee, PhD
Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering in the Department of Radiology, Director of the Biomedical Engineering Program at the Center for Systems Biology at MGH, Hostetter MGH Research Scholar
2019 Winner: Alex Soukas, MD, PhD
The Weissman Family MGH Research Scholar 2018-2023, Physician Investigator, MGH Center for Genomic Medicine, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
2018 Winner: Raul Mostoslavsky, MD, PhD
The Laurel Schwartz Associate Professor of Oncology MGH Cancer Center, Harvard Medical School Kristine and Bob Higgins MGH Research Scholar, The Broad Institute
2017 Winner: Mikael Pittet, PhD
The Samana Cay MGH Research Scholar, Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School, and Director, Cancer Immunology Program, MGH Center for Systems Biology
Do you know an outstanding Principal Investigator (PI) mentoring PhD graduate student(s) in his/her lab?
The MGH Graduate Student Division (GSD) within the Center for Faculty Development invites nominations for the GSD PI Mentoring Award. This award will be given to an MGH PI who has contributed to the success of PhD graduate student(s) at MGH and demonstrated excellence in a number of ways including:
- Demonstrating sustained interest and success in mentoring of PhD graduate student(s) in research
- Having a positive impact on academic progress and achievements of PhD graduate student(s)
- Helping PhD graduate student(s) to stay on track with their academic work
- Fostering and encouraging professional development of PhD graduate student(s)
- Fostering a diverse, inclusive and supportive environment for graduate students
The MGH Graduate Student Division aims to recognize outstanding achievements in PhD graduate student mentoring. This award seeks to recognize MGH Principal Investigators who mentor PhD graduate student(s) in their lab, who historically have had more than one PhD graduate student, and who have demonstrated outstanding contribution in helping PhD graduate students to advance their skills and provide support with scholarly activities. The award comes with a $1,000.00 reward to the winning PI’s laboratory to be used for PhD graduate student development and to celebrate their lab and its accomplishments.
- Complete Nomination Form.
- Nominations for this award should be accompanied by a maximum of two nominating letters (not to exceed 2 pages each).
- Nominee’s HMS CV.
How to Apply
The Center for Faculty Development is not currently accepting applications.
For further information regarding the application process, please e-mail email@example.com.