From the NIH: A Systems Approach to Increasing the Diversity of the Biomedical Research Workforce

@inproceedings{Valantine2016FromTN,
  title={From the NIH: A Systems Approach to Increasing the Diversity of the Biomedical Research Workforce},
  author={Hannah A. Valantine and Pauline Kay Lund and Alison E. Gammie},
  booktitle={CBE life sciences education},
  year={2016}
}
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is committed to attracting, developing, and supporting the best scientists from all groups as an integral part of excellence in training. Biomedical research workforce diversity, capitalizing on the full spectrum of skills, talents, and viewpoints, is essential for solving complex human health challenges. Over the past few decades, the biomedical research workforce has benefited from NIH programs aimed at enhancing diversity. However, there is… CONTINUE READING
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