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Clinical Research Pilot Projects ProgramThis Funding Opportunity is for post-doctoral fellows, early-career faculty (Assistant Professor), and early-stage investigators from RCMI U54 Centers. The RCMI Coordinating Center (RCMI-CC) Clinical Research Pilot Projects Program is intended to provide funding, on a competitive basis, for hypothesis-driven clinical research projects led by inter-institutional collaborative teams of multiple principal investigators (MPI) from two or more RCMI grantee institutions, along with at least one Mentor and one Collaborator from an RCMI and/or non-RCMI grantee institution.Funding Opportunities
ProfilesThis searchable library of web-based electronic CV's speeds the process of finding RCMI researchers with specific areas of expertise for collaboration and professional networking. Built-in network analysis and data visualization tools allow administrators to generate research portfolios of RCMI institutions, discover connections between parts of RCMI consortium, and understand what factors influence collaboration.Online Tools
eagle-ieagle-i is a searchable database of core laboratory facilities at RCMI institutions. It supports a wide variety of core facilities that provide specialized services, equipment, and staff to the biomedical research community.Online Tools
2022 RCMI Annual Conference – AgendaThe Conference theme is Inclusive Excellence, and the scientific sessions and oral and poster presentations showcase the best science across the RCMI Consortium.Conferences
2022 RCMI Annual Conference – Poster Session IThis YouTube channel offers videos of the conference presentations. These 14 videos comprise Session I.Conferences
2022 RCMI Annual Conference – Poster Session IIThis YouTube channel offers videos of the conference presentations. These 14 videos comprise Session II.Conferences
2022 RCMI Annual Conference – Poster Session IIIThis YouTube channel offers videos of the conference presentations. These 14 videos comprise Session III.Conferences
2022 RCMI Annual Conference – Call for ManuscriptsSubmission of full manuscripts of original research, comprehensive reviews, and/or short communications on any of these topics presented at the 2022 conference is strongly encouraged. Submitted manuscripts should not have been published previously, nor be under consideration for publication elsewhere. All manuscripts will be thoroughly refereed through a single-blind peer-review process. The submission deadline is October 30, 2022. Conferences
2022 RCMI Annual Conference – Abstract OverviewAll abstracts must be submitted electronically via the online form. It is the author’s responsibility to see that the Abstract Submission Guidelines are followed. Abstracts that do not conform to official guidelines will not be accepted. Selected abstracts will be presented as poster presentations during general poster sessions. Abstract Submissions Due: 03/07/2022 at 11:59 PM EST. Presentation Submissions Due: 03/11/2022 at 11:59 PM ESTConferences
2022 RCMI Annual Conference – Abstract Submission & Presentation GuidelinesWe are soliciting abstracts for virtual presentation. Abstracts from all fields of health disparities research are encouraged. Authors must upload abstracts by 11:59 PM ET on Monday, March 7, 2022. Poster Sessions will convene at 5:30 PM–7:00 PM ET each day of the conference.Conferences
2022 RCMI Annual Conference – Proceedings2022 RCMI Consortium National Conference March 16-18, 2022. Proceedings of the 2022 Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI) Consortium National Conference.Conferences
Grants 101: Navigating NIH Peer ReviewThis PDF provides guidance for applicants / PI (i.e. ESI, NI) to better understand the peer review process, reduce uncertainty, and prepare for submitting a competitive application.Investigator Training
National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN) – OverviewNRMN provides all trainees across the health sciences with evidence-based mentorship and professional development programming that emphasizes the benefits and challenges of diversity, inclusivity, and culture within mentoring relationships and, more broadly, the research workforce, with the goal of enhancing the diversity of the NIH-funded research workforce.Investigator Training
National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN) – Grant Writing Coaching GroupsThe SETH (Strategic Empowerment Tailored for Health Equity Investigators) Research Study will determine the effectiveness of Developmental Network Coaching in the career advancement of diverse early stage investigators. This randomized controlled research study is funded by the NIH Common Fund (Administered by the NIGMS), grant #1U01GM132771-03.Investigator Training
Specific Aims Page 101A well-constructed Specific Aims page will identify the important, NIH-relevant problem you plan to address; pinpoint the critical gap preventing progress toward addressing the problem; show how your long-term research program will address the critical gap; explain how the next period of funding will achieve significant progress toward your long-term goal; and describe the specific & general benefits that will accrue from successful completion of the proposed research.Investigator Training
Training Opportunities for RCMI InvestigatorsThe central aim of the RCMI Coordinating Center’s training programs is to enhance technical capacity of investigators across the RCMI consortium by collaboratively developing project-based curriculum that introduce data science, AI/ML, and informatics fundamentals and tools as well as NIH-funded resources and datasets relevant to minority health and health disparities.Investigator Training