ONLINE Navigating NIH’s Pre- and Post-Doctoral Diversity Funding Mechanisms: Strategies, Tips, and Tricks
Tuesday August 25, 10-11:30 AM (Pacific time zone) – via zoom
This workshop will address both practical and conceptual aspects of the National Institute of Health’s Diversity funding mechanisms at both the pre- and post-doctoral training levels as well as early career level. Participants will learn about the various funding mechanisms aimed at increasing diversity, develop strategies and grant writing skills for preparing more effective proposals. Dynamic presenters including current and former NIH diversity funding recipients who will share insights about the application process, grant writing and review the process for diversity funding proposals. There will be a specific focus on the Pre- and Post-Doctoral Research Supplements to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research and specific K Awards to promote research independence.
Dr. Jane Scott, NIH NHLBI’s Program Officer, will also be available to provide guidance and advice.
NIH MOSAIC (Maximizing Opportunities for Scientific and Academy Independent Careers) and NHLBI’s PRIDE (Program to Increase Diversity Among Individuals Engaged in Health-Related Research) programs will be highlighted.
NOTE: Most NIH diversity funding requires the individual to be a citizen or a non-citizen national of the United States or have been lawfully admitted for permanent residence (i.e., possess a currently valid Permanent Resident Card USCIS Form I-551), or other legal verification of such status, by the time of award.
NIH Diversity Supplements: https://grantwriting.stanford.edu/diversity-supplements/
NIH Diversity K Awards: https://grantwriting.stanford.edu/diversity-k-awards/
Join the NIH MOSAIC K99/R00 Webinar on Tuesday, August 18 at 1 PM ET/10 AM PT. Learn More.
About the Speaker: Hoda Abdel Magid, PhD, MHS, is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Epidemiology and Population Health at Stanford University and the Palo Alto VA. Dr. Abdel Magid received her Doctorate in Epidemiology from the University of California, Berkeley in 2018 with a focus in Social Epidemiology and Masters of Health Science in Environmental Epidemiology from The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2015. Her graduate career research promoted the understanding of new and emerging tobacco products use among adolescents and young adults. Dr. Abdel Magid’s current research builds upon her previous training to further understand high risk chronic disease behaviors to gain insights pertaining to health disparities among safety net populations.