Dr. Weber-Main’s interests and expertise are in research faculty development, with concentrations in scientific/medical writing and mentoring models. She is a prolific scientific writing and career advancement mentor for faculty/fellows across the health sciences. In addition to earning her PhD in chemistry, she completed a Mass Media Science and Engineering Fellowship through the American Association for the Advancement of Science and earned two editing/writing certificates from the American Medical Writers Association. Her extensive teaching experience includes development of the Proposal Preparation Program, a longitudinal grant writing workshop series for early-career faculty. She adapted this successful curriculum for national dissemination through the NIH-funded National Research Mentoring Network, which supports the career advancement of research trainees from underrepresented groups in biomedical disciplines. She has developed several online training modules for the professional development of mentors. Currently, she co-directs the Mentoring Excellence Training Academy for the University of Minnesota’s Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute.