Welcome to the NAMS Mentorship Program. This exciting, unique opportunity matches an expert Mentor with a Mentee for a 2-year collaboration based on mutual research interests. The outcomes are a research project disseminated as a poster at the NAMS Annual Meeting and submission of a research paper to a peer-reviewed journal. The program is open to NAMS members living in North America.
The Mentorship Program is the quintessential realization of the NAMS Mission: “To promote the health and quality of life of all women through an understanding of menopause and healthy aging.”
The goals of the program are to:
Take a look at the these pairs of outstanding Mentors and Mentees: 2014-2016 Mentor/Mentee Pairs
2012-2014 Mentor/Mentee Pairs
2011-2013 Mentor/Mentee Pairs
2010-2012 Mentor/Mentee Pairs
2009-2011 Mentor/Mentee Pairs
Learn more about the Mentorship Program from interviews with Mentor-Mentee pairs. These interviews, published in Menopause, were conducted by Leon Speroff, MD:
If you have any questions, please contact Mary Nance.
My mentor has been a source of inspiration, providing me with a sense of passion and unparalleled curiosity for biological processes that will follow me the rest of my career. I am grateful to NAMS for this once-in-a-lifetime
Mentee Limor Raz, PhD
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
The opportunity to serve as a NAMS mentor is a privilege and pleasure. I have been especially fortunate to work with two outstanding mentees with the brightest of scientific futures. This wonderful program is a win-win-win for mentees, mentors, and NAMS.
Mentor Victor W. Henderson, MD, MS, NCMP
Stanford University, Stanford, CA