The Office of Physician Scientist Development is proud to announce the launch of our OPSD Scholars Program. The OPSD Scholars program is for residents, fellows, and junior faculty physician-scientists who have indicated a desire for career mentorship in addition to their clinical and research mentorship. As OPSD Scholars, you have the opportunity to gain mentorship from a Master Mentor in your desired area of research who will provide a wealth of knowledge to support your early investigative career. OPSD also offers mentor consultation services for Medical Students. For more information on this program, please visit OPSD Services. If you are interested in becoming a master mentor, please contact email@example.com.
The Office of Physician-Scientist Development (OPSD) in the Duke University School of Medicine assists trainees across the career spectrum (medical students, residents and fellows, and junior faculty) by providing information and programming on career development activities such as grant writing, mentoring, leadership development, and funding opportunities. Our office also coordinates physician-scientist training efforts across departments, centers, institutes, and related offices within School of Medicine.