Imposter Syndrome: Building Resiliency

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Thursday, Nov. 2, 2023, 11 am - 12 pm PT


  • History of Impostor Syndrome
  • Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Impostor Phenomena
  • Strategies for Combating Impostor Phenomena
  • Building Resiliency


Edwin Charlebois, PhD, MPH is a Multiple Principal Investigator at the Research Coordinating Center (RCC) of the Multiple Chronic Diseases Disparities Research Consortium (MCD-DRC). He is also the Director of the Organizational and Management Unit and an Associate Director of the Investigator Skills Development Unit of the RCC.

As a senior scientist at the UCSF Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS) Dr. Edwin Charlebois' research program focuses on the epidemiology and prevention of HIV infection and its consequences. Overarching this focus are translational science efforts to improve the methodology and evaluation of research and interventions aimed at controlling and eventually eliminating the domestic and international spread of HIV.

About the ISD Webinar Series

The Investigator Skills Development (ISD) Webinar Series is presented by the Investigator Skills Development Unit (ISDU) of the UCSF Research Coordinating Center to Reduce Disparities in Multiple Chronic Diseases (RCC-RD-MCD). 

Co-Sponsored by CAPS Town Hall and the CAPS Implementation Science and Health Systems (ISHS) Core

ISDU Director: Mandana Khalili, MD, MAS, Professor of Medicine, UCSF, Chief of Clinical Hepatology, San Francisco General Hospital

ISDU Co-Director: Edwin Charlebois, PhD, Professor of Medicine,  Division of Prevention Science, UCSF