There are few things more instrumental to professional success than good, sustained mentorship. All of us have been aided along the way by a mentor who may have provided scientific guidance, offered constructive criticism, given advice about opportunities, encouraged us to pursue new directions, or simply taken an interest in and supported us. At every step of the career lifecycle, receiving effective mentorship makes a big difference.
-Raymond Chung, MD, FAASLD, AASLD Past President
Mentorship is important because it allows for the passing of knowledge and the creation of a lifelong friendship. It allows people to see themselves ten, twenty, even thirty years down the road. It creates opportunities for innovation, research and collaboration.
-Nikki Duong, MD, AASLD Member
AASLD recognizes the power of mentorship to shape the future of hepatology. The Membership and Mentorship Committee is launching a pilot program that aims to provide diverse mentoring opportunities to meet the needs of our members and address the issues you care about the most.
Deepen your engagement with the hepatology community by becoming an AASLD mentor. By giving your time to an early-career professional you help grow the future of the field and the association. Mentors can select the level of participation that best suits your availability – from weekly to quarterly – to allow you to engage in a way that works with your schedule.
Help our future generation of hepatologists learn from the best and submit an application to become a mentor.
Learn from the best in the field and grow your career in hepatology by signing up for AASLD’s mentorship program. Mentees can select the level of participation that best suits your availability – from weekly to quarterly – to allow you to engage in a way that works with your schedule.