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NIH announces awards to strengthen the biomedical research workforce
Date:9/19/2013

nsforming Pathways for Biomedical Research Careers, Emory University, Atlanta

  • Drs. Frederick Meyers, Lars Berglund, and Andrew Hargadon, Frontiers of University Training to Unlock the Research Enterprise (FUTURE), University of California, Davis

  • Drs. Keith Micoli and Carol Reiss, NYU STEP, New York University School of Medicine, New York City

  • Drs. Teresa O'Brien, Jennie Dorman, William Lindstaedt, and Keith Yamamoto, Motivating INformed Decisions (MIND): Careers for the Future Biomedical Workforce, University of California, San Francisco

  • Drs. Audra Van Wart and Michael Friedlander, Mentorship and Development Program for Biomedical Trainees, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg

  • Dr. Inge Wefes, Innovative Biomedical Graduate Training for Workforce Readiness, University of Colorado, Denver


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  • Contact: Edmond Byrnes
    edmond.byrnes@nih.gov
    301-451-6869
    NIH/Office of the Director
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