Faculty and Professional Development
Instructor: Sarah McCullough, Ph.D.
Creating a lab environment that is inclusive of all members required thought and effort. This training provides guidance in how to create an anti-racist lab through awareness, discussion, transparency, advocacy, and new practices. Participants will learn new leadership skills necessary to create deep equity in their lab. These leadership skills can help a PI’s lab members to have increased feelings of belonging, a deeper commitment to academic medicine and a greater sense of self efficacy. Creating a lab culture where all members feel fully accepted can also bring new insights and improve research innovations and outcomes.
After this session participants will possess the ability to:
- Understand the benefits of an anti-racist lab
- Comprehend the components of an anti-racist lab
- Analyze what components they have and what they need to develop in their lab practices
- Identify “next steps” or actions they can take to make their lab culture more inclusive
- Find resources to expand their knowledge of how to create an anti-racist lab
For questions regarding registration or the training please contact Mayra Covarrubias at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This session will be hosted via Zoom
Links will be sent to all registrants before the session
Feminist Research Institute
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