Faculty Support

Find a Mentor

List of affiliated faculty by department/interest with notation on available mentoring slots; undergraduate (BIOM 410 Fall/Spring), Summer Program, MS/PhD 1st year Rotations, supported PhD positions, postdoctoral opportunities.

Be a Mentor

Would you like to become a mentor for one of our programs; UNM undergraduates (UREBS), Undergraduate Pipeline Network summer program (UPN), Biomedical Sciences (MS, PhD, MD/PhD) rotation (8 week program) or funded research slot, or for a postdoctoral position? Let us know how many slots you have for which program(s) and we will contact you for more details.

Continuous Professional Development

The Office for Continuous Professional Learning offers multifacted resources for professional development in your roles as both healthcare provider and educator.

Faculty Mentor Development Program

The purpose of this training is to provide a basic set of skills and knowledge specific to faculty mentoring in the context of our institution with an emphasis on translational science. In the materials, you can read and learn about different aspects of mentorship. Each module offers cases that document individual scenarios, solutions, and tools, which are discussed in detail.

Learning Environment Office

The mission of the Learning Enviroment Office is to foster an inclusive learning environment where teachers, staff, and learners thrive, and relationships are mutually respectful and beneficial to each other and to our institutional climate. Find resources to increase exemplary behavior exhibited by teachers and staff and decrease incidents of learner mistreatment.

Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Training

RCR is an essential component of research training; RCR instruction should be an integral part of all research training programs AND its evaluation (peer review) will impact funding decisions.  Instruction of RCR should be appropriate to the career stage of the individual scientist.  Research faculty of the institution should participate in RCR training

Mentor Resources

Year-by-year list of tasks/forms that need to be completed by students, program Handbooks, counseling information, and instructions for completing OGS contracts.


Mailing Address

School of Medicine Research Education Office
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Phone: (505) 272-1887
Fax: (505) 272-8738



Physical Location:
UNM Health Sciences Center (North Campus)
Reginald Heber Fitz Hall (Building 211)
Room B61