Programs to Promote Diversity : NIDDK

Programs to Promote Diversity

NIDDK suppports the following programs in an effort to promote diversity in our cadre of well-trained investigators.

  • Predoctoral fellowships (F31s) provide a stipend for an underrepresented (definition) minority graduate student or a graduate student with a disability (definition) enrolled in a graduate program leading to the Ph.D., or equivalent, degree. F31s are subject to the rules governing allĀ NRSA programs.
  • Supplemental slots for Institutional Training grants (T32s).
  • Supplements to Research Project Grants to support individuals from underrepresented minority groups, individuals with disabilities, and individuals re-entering science after a career hiatus.
  • An opportunity for networking and mentoring.

Page last updated: November 25, 2008

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