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Research Mentorship Program

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 residing in North America.

The submision deadline for mentor applications has passed.

Mentee applications are due by June 29, 2022.

View list of prospective Mentors and their areas of interest.

The goals of the program are to:

  • Encourage career development of menopause researchers and junior researchers
  • Enhance the NAMS initiative to advance menopause research
  • Provide a tangible benefit of NAMS membership
  • Fulfill the NAMS Mission: To promote the health and quality of life of all women during midlife and beyond through an understanding of menopause and healthy aging

    Take a look at the these pairs of outstanding Mentors and Mentees:

    2020-2022 Mentor/Mentee Pairs

    2016-2018 Mentor/Mentee Pairs

    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

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