NIH Diversity Supplement Workshops

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Who should attend?
The first workshop (Feb 27 & 28) are intended for faculty (i.e., core, adjunct, affiliate, etc.) and post-doctorates interested in transitioning to independent researchers. In Spring Quarter, we will host another workshop for graduate students (dates TBD). Grant managers and support staff that typically assist in the grant application process may also attend.

What are Diversity Supplements?
Diversity Supplements are administrative grants that tie into existing NIH grants held by faculty. They directly align with the UW Diversity Blueprint, increasing a diverse student body and future workforce. Supplements provide additional funding for research, professional development and academic support (i.e., tuition, stipend and health insurance), with funding available for up to 4 years.

How much support do they provide students?
The average annual cost of hiring a graduate or post-doctoral student Research Assistant ranges from $65-80K. A Diversity Supplement will defray these costs by adding supplemental grant funding, so that faculty can focus on mentorship and research. Grant requests may provide up to 5 years of funding, which includes additional research funds, tuition, stipend and health insurance.

What information will the workshop provide?
Presentation by NIH Project Officer
• Purpose and benefits of applying for NIH Diversity Supplements (aka Administrative or Minority Supplements)
• NEW eligibility criteria, application process and components of a successful application
Panel discussion
• Perspectives from faculty and students who have been awarded
• Tips and lessons learned for successful applications

Who is supporting this workshop?
School of Public Health, School of Medicine (CEDI), Latino Center for Health, Center for AIDS Research, GO-MAP, & Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity