Below are resources that the OMHRC staff thought would be helpful to researchers.
Resources for Junior Investigators
Visit this section of the NIDDK website to learn about tips for applicants, where to register prior to applying for a grant, how the peer review process works, and more
Mentoring and Career Development
An 8- to 12-week research experience for students from the United States and Canada in their early years of medical school
The goal of the ASIBS Short Course is to provide early stage investigators from academic medical centers across the nation a unique training opportunity to gain proficiency in biostatistical methodology and statistical computing. We offer travel/lodging scholarships to underrepresented minorities who are not supported by NIH training grants.
Early career scientists and junior faculty are encouraged to apply for the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology’s editorial fellowship program, which is accepting applications through April 30. Selected fellows will be mentored by an Associate or Deputy Editor.