“I Really Liked the Idea of Giving Back to People in Other Parts of the World.” Larry Greenbaum on Being an ISN Mentor – Inspired? Apply by March 1!
ISN mentee Priya Pais (back row, third from left) and ISN mentor Larry Greenbaum (front row, third from right) during his three-day visit to St John’s National Academy of Health Sciences in Bangalore as part of their collaboration through the ISN Mentorship Program
Through the ISN Mentorship Program, Larry Greenbaum, from the Emory University School of Medicine (USA), guided Priya Pais, from St John’s National Academy of Health Sciences in Bangalore (India), in writing her research paper and preparing a grant proposal.
Dr. Greenbaum explains, “I joined the mentorship program because I’ve always enjoyed mentoring trainees and faculty in the United States, and the opportunity to mentor someone overseas was very appealing to me because I really liked the idea of giving back to people in other parts of the world.”
“It was incredibly fulfilling to see all that Priya accomplished. It’s especially fulfilling to see her now serving as a mentor and giving back to others. And it’s nice to see our efforts together really multiply and not only support Priya’s development but also start to support the development of others.”
Watch the video below to discover additional insights from Dr. Greenbaum on becoming a mentor.
Commenting on her experience as an ISN mentee, Dr. Pais said: “I gained a lot from Larry’s wisdom and perspective. He helped me every step of the way, gave me feedback and guided me on how to respond to reviewers. And I actually use that template today – I still very much value his magic!”
Find out everything you need to know about the ISN Mentorship Program here.