Career Development – HEALS

HEALS helps to build the careers of physicians and scientists dedicated to environmental health research through the following:

  • Mentorship of clinical and research fellows and junior faculty
  • Training in environmental health research methods, translation, and community-engaged research for scientists and clinicians
  • Grant Preparation, Writing, and Bioethics Courses and other career development initiatives in collaboration with the Mount Sinai Clinical Science Translation Award (CTSA) Conduits program (PI: HEALS Deputy Director Rosalind Wright, MD MPH)
  • Pilot Project Programs:  Pilots are open to established and emerging environmental health scientists of all disciplines that provides access to Core Research Facilities and Community Engagement Core services.  Current pilot programs include:

Aging and the Environment

A partnership with the Claude D. Pepper Older American’s Independence Center

Climate and Health

A partnership with CUNY