We employ a mentorship team approach to stimulate collaborative research and offer the best available training opportunities to our postdoctoral fellows. Three groups of mentors are available to support trainees.
- Primary Mentors are senior faculty with extensive research experience and a strong focus on cognitive aging.
- Secondary Mentors are highly experienced investigators whose research may be more principal to the basic aspects of brain function or anatomy, or who have technical expertise in a specific research area that could be applied to the content area, but may not have extensive experience in cognitive aging.
- Junior Mentors are investigators at the assistant or associate professor level with limited mentoring experience. Some are focused on cognitive aging while others have technical or topical expertise in relevant fields.