Posts tagged: National Institutes of Health - Diverse


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Protest, Vote and Join that Committee

by Raynard S. Kington | June 23, 2020 As our nation comes off weeks of massive protests, many of us are looking for those actionable Read more

Black Scientists Applying for NIH Grants Consistently Receive Lower Scores, Says Study

by B. Denise Hawkins | June 16, 2020
A new scoring approach introduced in 2009 was supposed to diminish bias during the National Ins [...] Read more

HBCU Meharry Medical College Gets NIH Support to Advance COVID-19 Drug Development

by B. Denise Hawkins | May 31, 2020
The historically Black Meharry Medical College said on Friday that it will get vital research a [...] Read more

2020 Emerging Scholars: Dr. Naomi Lee

by | January 24, 2020
Growing up on the Cattaraugus reservation, Dr. Naomi Lee was used to being surrounded by people [...] Read more

UNC Graduate School Appoints New Dean

| July 25, 2019
Dr. Suzanne Barbour, dean of the graduate school at the University of Georgia, has been appoint [...] Read more

Grant to Help Marquette Professor Study Stroke Rehab

by | July 18, 2019
To further study stroke rehabilitation, Dr. Allison Hyngstrom, associate professor and chair of [...] Read more

Study: Women Principal Investigators Receive Less Funding Than Men

by | March 5, 2019
On average, first-time women principal investigators scientists receive $41,000 less than men, [...] Read more

Professor Gets $1.2M Grant for Pulmonary Fibrosis Study

by | July 31, 2018
An associate professor at Hampton University’s pharmacy school has received her second in [...] Read more

Federally Funded Programs Are Not Enough to Diversify the STEM Workforce

by Quintana M. Clark & Levon T. Esters | July 24, 2018
Despite billions of dollars being invested on hundreds of programs that are created to increase [...] Read more

West Virginia University Researcher to Study Fracking Effect

by Associated Press | June 11, 2018
MORGANTOWN, W.VA. A West Virginia University assistant professor has received a $450,000 grant [...] Read more

HBCUs’ Relevance in Diversifying the STEM Workforce

by Frances Carter-Johnson, Tasha Inniss and Mark E. Lee | March 6, 2018
Global scientific competitiveness of the United States depends on the nation’s ability to sus [...] Read more

Marshall University Researcher Wins Award to Study Obesity

by Associated Press | March 5, 2018
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – The National Institutes of Health has awarded a $10.7 million grant to a [...] Read more

Experts: Cut to NIH Funding Would be ‘Devastating’

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | April 19, 2017
Experts say the White House’s proposed $5.8 billion cut to the National Institutes of Health [...] Read more

Integrating STEMployable Skills at HBCUs

by Lawrence O. Flowers | April 13, 2017
STEM career development training must not merely consist of disparate actions on HBCU campuses, [...] Read more

Tulane Gets $11.4M, 5-year Grant for New Research Institute

| October 16, 2016
NEW ORLEANS ―The National Institutes of Health is giving Tulane University $11.4 over the nex [...] Read more
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