Dr. Christy Chang is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Medicine, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, and Epidemiology and Public Health. Besides supporting her own research on the genetic components of complex diseases with R21s and R01s, Dr. Chang was a grant writing coach through the NIH-sponsored National Research Mentoring Network, and she has also taught grant writing through UMB’s Science Communication Program. Dr. Chang will give grant-writing workshops throughout the year and lead small grant writing courses on writing R01 application in the Spring. In addition, she provides one-on-one consultations pertaining to developing and preparing R01 and similar grants.
She received her PhD in Human Genetics and Molecular Biology from the Johns Hopkins University and completed her postdoctoral training at the University of Cagliari, Italy. Currently, she is also the director of UMB’s Institute of Clinical Translational Research (ICTR)Internal KL2 Mentored Career Development Program.
Mary-Claire Roghmann, MD, MS
Associate Program Director for Research Career Development
Professor, Departments of Epidemiology & Public Health and Medicine
Associate Dean For Physician-Scientist Training
Office: MSTF Building, Room 336
Dr. Marey Shriver is the Director for the Office of Research Career Development and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology. Marey leads small grant writing courses on writing an NIH Career Development (K) application. In addition, she provides one-on-one consultations pertaining to developing a research question and testable hypothesis, preparing a grant application, and reviewing summary statements for resubmission of a revised application.
She received her PhD in Molecular Medicine from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She previously served as a research administrator in the Office of Research Affairs, UMSOM.
Stacie Mendoza, BS
Program Director, Office of Research Career Development
Office: MSTF Building, Room 319
Stacie Mendoza is the Program Director for the Office for Research Career Development. In addition, she provides a funding consultation service for faculty and postdoctoral fellows who are seeking funding sources for their research projects and manages a Scholarly Writing Accountability Group (SWAG) program designed to increase scientific manuscript writing productivity among faculty.
She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from the University of Baltimore.