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The National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering supports the development, improvement, and application of emerging biomedical technologies based in the physical and engineering sciences. This research agenda will dramatically advance the Nation's healthcare by improving the detection, management, understanding and, ultimately, the prevention of disease.
Training a new cadre of interdisciplinary researchers is an important component of the Institute's mission. In an effort to draw bright, young, talented researchers into the activities of the Institute, NIBIB is developing new training programs in the biomedical imaging and bioengineering fields. The Institute's proactive approach is to develop creative and flexible opportunities that will fill critical gaps in the career continuum, while also enhancing the participation of underrepresented populations.
Extramural Training Opportunities
- Undergraduate & Graduate
Grant programs and resources for undergraduate and graduate level students.
Grant programs, guidelines and resources for predoctoral level students.
Grant programs, guidelines and resources for postdoctoral level students.
Grant programs, guidelines and resources for career-level individuals.
Grant programs, guidelines and resources for clinical scientists.
- Underrepresented Populations
Grant programs, guidelines and resources for minority students, students with disabilities, and individuals seeking to reenter an active research career after taking time off to care for children or attend to other family responsibilities.
- Conference Support
Grant programs, guidelines and resources for NIBIB conference and meeting support.
- NIH Blueprint and Roadmap
Grant programs, guidelines and resources associated with the NIH Blueprint and Roadmap initiatives.
- Training Resources
NIH resources and academic programs.
You may contact NIBIB's Division of Interdisciplinary Training staff with your questions about training awards or the application process. We welcome the opportunity to speak with potential applicants to the Institute's training programs.