The Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minoritized Scientists (ABRCMS), one of the nation’s largest STEM conferences for scientists from historically marginalized communities, recognizes the importance of mentorship in STEM and actively promotes its benefits to conference attendees. This year, ABRCMS will be held November 9-12 in Anaheim, CA.
ABRCMS is seeking active researchers to serve as mentor judges to the 2,000+ students who present their research at the conference. In addition to mentoring opportunities, judges will have the chance to network with like-minded colleagues who are passionate about increasing diversity in STEM as well as participate in cutting edge scientific sessions. Travel awards are available to researchers willing to serve as judges.
Deadline to apply is August 4.
Interested in ABRCMS, but can’t attend the conference?
- Sign up to be an online abstract reviewer. Active researchers are needed to help review abstracts.
- Submit a session proposal. Share your expertise by submitting a professional development or scientific session proposal.
- Tell your students. Undergraduates, postbaccalaureates, and master’s students can submit a poster or oral abstract. Graduate students can submit an oral abstract for participation in the Graduate Symposium. Travel awards for students available.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.