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Training Future Leaders

Inspiring the Next Generation of Brilliant Scientists

Training Future Leaders

Just as our progress has been illuminated by those who’ve come before, we recognize the importance of inspiring and training those who will need to pick up the torch from us. The Child Mind Institute is committed to advancing science that represents all by investing in the scientific leaders of tomorrow and supporting the achievements of those from diverse backgrounds.

For this reason, our training programs are critical to fulfilling our mission. From scholarship awards for promising student scientists to research fellowships at our New York offices, we nurture the spark of innovative thinking that moves science forward.

Learn more about our Rising Scientist Awards for outstanding high school students, our Youth Mental Health Academy for students from structurally marginalized communities, and our annual On the Shoulders of Giants Scientific Symposium.

Featured News

Youth Mental Health Academy an Overwhelming Success

Our first cohort of students has completed their inaugural capstone, starting their careers in mental health.


Youth Mental Health Academy

Learn more about our new career development program for high school students from marginalized communities.


2022 Child Mind Institute Rising Scientist Award Winners

Annual awards for high school students who demonstrate exceptional scientific achievement.


Developing Open, Inclusive, and Community-Driven Neuroscience

How a new meeting format called Brainhacks benefits the science community.


Self-Advocacy Advice for Early Career Researchers in the Natural Life Sciences

Helpful career development tips for budding researchers.


Establishing Online Mentorship for Early Career Researchers

Advice from the Organization for Human Brain Mapping International Programme.