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Dear Colleagues,  


The International Society of Radiation Epidemiology and Dosimetry (ISoRED) is excited to announce that, after a successful inaugural year, applications are now open for mentees and mentors interested in joining the second year of our Mentorship Initiative Network of ISoRED (MINI). The goal of MINI is to expand access to extracurricular career guidance and professional development for early career scientists interested in radiation epidemiology, statistics, or dosimetry research. MINI achieves this goal by pairing early career scientists with more senior scientists conducting research in the target fields for a one-year, one-on-one career mentorship experience. 


If you are a graduate student, postdoctoral fellow, or early-career investigator (assistant professor level or within 5 years of PhD) in one of the above-listed fields, we’d love to help provide you with added professional development and career guidance.

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👉To apply to be a mentee, please complete this brief questionnaire .


If you are a researcher in one of the above-listed fields and would be happy to share your experience and understanding of possible career paths with researchers at an earlier career stage than you, please consider applying to be a mentor!


👉To apply to be a mentor, please complete this brief questionnaire .


Mentor and mentee applications are requested by May 31st, 2023


For more details about the program, please see the one-page overview of MINI and list of frequently asked questions.  


For questions about MINI, please contact Sara Schonfeld or Lydia Wilson


Please feel free to circulate this information to colleagues! We look forward to receiving your applications! 


Kind regards,  


MINI Organizing Committee

ISoRED Early Career Investigators Working Group

The International Society of Radiation Epidemiology and Dosimetry (ISoRED) was initiated in 2019 to bring together radiation researchers from around the world to discuss new results of studies of ionizing radiation effects in humans, epidemiologic methodology and dosimetry; support capacity building and training for the next generation of scientists interested in radiation epidemiology, statistics and dosimetry; and promote and facilitate international collaborations. 



ISoRED is committed to the principles of diversity, integrity, civility,

and respect in all of our activities.

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