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What is a NIH diversity supplement?

What is a NIH diversity supplement?

Diversity supplements are administrative supplements sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) that are intended to improve the diversity of the research workforce by recruiting and supporting post-baccalaureate, predoctoral students, post-doctorates, and eligible investigators from groups that have been …

What is NIH definition of underrepresented minority?

NIH considers the following groups as underrepresented in biomedical research: Individuals from racial and ethnic groups such as Blacks or African Americans, Hispanics or Latinos, American Indians or Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and other Pacific Islanders. Individuals with disabilities.

What is an F30 grant?

The NCI Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research service F30 Award supports promising doctoral candidates who will perform dissertation research and training for an M.D./Ph. degree in a scientific health-related field relevant to the mission of the NCI during the tenure of the award.

What can I say instead of underrepresented minority?

historically marginalized communities
Instead of: “underrepresented minorities,” use “historically marginalized communities”

What are NIMH research supplements?

These research supplements may be requested by Principal Investigators (PIs) of active NIMH grants who plan to serve as mentors for the candidates nominated for support. Applications will be accepted in all research areas supported by the eligible NIMH grants.

What is the Diversity Supplement Program?

The diversity supplement program is designed to attract individuals from underrepresented groups into research careers and are not intended to provide an alternative or additional means of supporting individuals who already have support from an NIH research grant, an NIH National Research Service Award (NRSA), or any other DHHS funding mechanism.

Are recipients of prior diversity or disability supplement Awards eligible for NIH funding?

Recipients of prior diversity or disability supplement funding from NIH Institutes other than NIAAA are eligible to apply for NIH funding. However, if a candidate received a prior NIAAA diversity supplement award, regardless of career stage, they are not eligible to apply for a second NIAAA diversity supplement award.

What is the NIMHD data harmonization program?

This year-long program is for students currently enrolled in their 2nd-4th year at an accredited medical, dental, or veterinary program. Share, compare and integrate data across studies to increase impact of minority and disparities research with NIMHD data-harmonization tools.