The PRIDE Summer Institute Program in Cardiovascular Disease Comorbidities, Genetics and Epidemiology to Increase Diversity Among Individuals Engaged in Health-Related Research is now accepting applications. Space is limited for the 2020 mentored summer training programs so apply early!
Who: Eligible applicants are junior-level faculty or scientists with a background that is under-represented in the biomedical or health sciences, and are United States Citizens or Permanent Residents. Research interests should be compatible with those of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) in the prevention and treatment of heart, lung, blood, and sleep (HLBS) disorders.
What: All-Expense paid Summer Institute program with effective mentored training opportunities to enhance the research skills and to promote the scientific and career development of trainees with a research interest in Cardiovascular disease Comorbidities, Genetics and Epidemiology.
Trainees will learn effective strategies for preparing, submitting and obtaining external funding for research, including extensive tips on best practices.
Details: The Summer Institute is designed to prepare the participants to work at the interface of cardiovascular disease comorbidities, genetics, and epidemiology.
The program includes:
- Two 2-week summer sessions, beginning July 15, 2020
- Didactic lectures related to cardiovascular disease comorbidities, genetics, and Epidemiology
- 2-3 day mid-year meeting for all participants with their mentors
- 2-3 day Annual meeting with all PRIDE sites and NHLBI for training and networking
- Workshops in grants-writing
- Excellent opportunity to develop research skills necessary for genetic dissection of cardiovascular disease and risk factors
- Opportunity to develop a network of collaborators and resources to conduct research at the interface of genetics, epidemiology, and cardiovascular disease and risk factors
- Survey Lectures such as: Primer in Bioinformatics; Primer in Epidemiology; Grant Writing & Grantsmanship; Biomedical Journal Publishing; Data Mining; Hypertension, Hypertensive Heart Disease and Genetics; Lung Epidemiology; Sleep Epidemiology & Genetics; Race/Ethnicity, and Health Disparities; Role of Genomics in Complex Disease; Overview of Dissemination and Implementation Science, Sample Size and Power; Biomarker Studies and Methods, and more
- Small Research Project’s (SRP’s) are an opportunity to compete for pilot funds to generate preliminary data for developing NHLBI grant applications. Project duration 9-12 months between Summer 1 & Summer 2.
- Group brainstorming sessions during most lunch hours with mentors and mentees for discussing and developing ideas for new grant applications and multiple mentor-mentee meetings throughout
Application Deadline: Rolling admissions until all slots are filled. Apply Now!
Funded by NHLBI