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Identify Co-investigators, Collaborators & Mentors

SDD

Spectrum support for Clinical Research is divided into four stages, the first of which is DESIGNING YOUR STUDY.

This stage includes tasks and activities that occur early in the design & development of a study, such as:

  • biostatistics consultations
  • informatics consultations
  • bioethics consultations
  • identifying co-investigators and collaborators
  • exploring funding opportunities
Primary Contact

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  • Use Community Academic Profiles (CAP)  to explore profiles and publications of Stanford faculty and postdocs. Use CAP's search and auto-relate tools to find subject-matter experts, people with similar interests, available mentors and more.
        —  Enter your SUNet ID to view complete information in CAP Network.
        —  Click on the “Find a Mentor” tab to view specific areas of availability of potential mentors.
  • The Pediatrics Mentoring Program promotes the career development of early-career investigators in Pediatrics at Stanford through a formal mentoring program and stable of mentors.