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CTSI Announces Research Centers in Minority Institutions Scholarly Exchange

CTSI Announces Research Centers in Minority Institutions Scholarly Exchange

The University of Rochester Clinical Translational Science Institute (CTSI) announces a funding opportunity to promote inter-institutional research collaboration between faculty, staff, and students from the University of Rochester and any of the Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI) grantee institutions.

Funding Opportunity: Empire Clinical Research Investigator Program

Funding Opportunity: Empire Clinical Research Investigator Program

The Empire Clinical Research Investigator Program prepares research teams to compete for federal funding in clinical and translational biomedical research. URMC is allowed to propose one primary and one secondary application. Interested parties should submit a brief one-page abstract by November 14. 

'Tell how you are planning your future' for KL2 award

'Tell how you are planning your future' for KL2 award

Robert Holloway, M.D., M.P.H., offers advice to young faculty about applying for a KL2 award, which provides $75,000 a year for two years to help young faculty hone their skills, define goals, and compete for independent funding. Letters of intent for this round of awards are due on or before October 10. 

New Study: Race, Not Gender, is Key Factor in NIH Funding

New Study: Race, Not Gender, is Key Factor in NIH Funding

A new study in Academic Medicine has found that women of color were less likely to receive NIH funding compared with Caucasian women. The study concluded that race, not gender, is the most significant factor influencing funding from the NIH.

Supplemental Funding from the NIH Promotes Diversity in Research

Supplemental Funding from the NIH Promotes Diversity in Research

The National Science Foundation has shown that individuals from certain racial and ethnic groups are greatly underrepresented in health sciences across the nation. Research Supplements to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research from the National Institutes of Health are designed to create a pipeline for under-represented individuals to careers in health sciences. 

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