Research shows that diverse teams working together and capitalizing on innovative ideas and distinct perspectives outperform homogenous teams. Scientists and trainees from diverse backgrounds and life experiences bring different perspectives, creativity, and individual enterprise to address complex scientific problems. There are many benefits that flow from a diverse NIH-supported scientific workforce, including: fostering scientific innovation, enhancing global competitiveness, contributing to robust learning environments, improving the quality of the research, advancing the likelihood that underserved or health disparity populations take part in, and benefit from health research, and enhancing public trust.
- November 05, 2020From Insights to Action – a resource for hubs looking for ways to increase the diversity of their clinical science workforce. Looking for new strategies for your KL2 or TL1 program? Are you worried about a lack of diversity and inclusion within your institution? How are you ensuring the diversity of the clinical science workforce? Not sure where to start? From Insights to Action is a collection of
- July 22, 2021
When thinking about diversity and inclusion, consider music. A symphony orchestra is comprised of the strings, the woodwinds, the brass and percussion. Without one, you lose the depth of sound. Without them all, you lose the genius of Beethoven or Mozart. In medicine and clinical research, innovation and widespread impact cannot be achieved unless representation from every section of culture and
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As part of its mission to cultivate and engage each other in honest and vulnerable conversations about race, the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute's Diversity and Cultural Competence Council (UF CTSI DC3) will be hosting its second Black Voices in Research Storytelling Event on Saturday, Jun. 19, 2021 from 10 a.m. - 11:30 p.m. EST. Created with the support of local storytelling event
- -Association for Clinical and Translational ScienceThe University of Florida Clinical and Translational Science Institute's Diversity and Cultural Competency Council, (UF CTSI DC3) has successfully used storytelling to amplify and explore the voices of black researchers and professionals using storytelling. The first event, Black Voices in Research: University of Florida CTSI Provides a Platform for Underrepresented Voices, has been well received
- May 14, 2021The University of Florida CTSI is examining long-standing and unspoken issues of racial injustice, equality and diversity within the working environment of the clinical research professional workforce. Dressed in black, Tiffany Danielle Chisholm Pineda stood on a stage and spoke about her experience as a Black research professional working to eliminate personal biases in scientists. “Most of the
The University of Rochester’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) supports research teams to help them produce results better and faster – ultimately to improve the health of communities and populations. Our Vision is to cultivate a diverse and inclusive environment that guides and transforms our approaches to healthcare, education, research and community partnerships. The CTSI is
- -University Of Southern CaliforniaUnconscious bias affects translational research, scientific and operational principles underlying each step of the translational process, and ultimately individual and public health. With respect to racial data, algorithmic bias built into predictive models and re-presented via equity dashboards may yield unintended second-order consequences that subjugate planned first-order intentions. Join your
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NIMHD will host Dr. L. Ebony Boulware as the next NIMHD Director’s Seminar Series titled “Where Clouds Meet the Ground: Democratizing Health Data to Address Community Health Equity.” Dr. Boulware is the Eleanor Easley Chair at the School of Medicine and the chief of the Division of General Internal Medicine at the Department of Medicine at Duke University. As a general internist and clinical
To elicit participant feedback regarding the Fall 2020 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Program Meeting.
- December 18, 2020
“To have the greatest impact, you have to collaborate. You have to build a multi-disciplinary team that will sustain the research long after you’re gone,” says Dr. Ewan Cobran. Former Georgia CTSA UL1 Diversity Scholar, Ewan Cobran, PhD, Assistant Professor, College of Pharmacy, University of Georgia recently received an NIH K01 award for his research, “Genetic Literacy and Patient-Caregiver
- -University Of FloridaThis unique event will feature a cast of five Black voices who will share their stories in a live stream format via the Heartwood Soundstage. Their stories will help to highlight the unique experiences of Black biomedical researchers and research professionals at UF, contributing to the university's continuing mission to promote an inclusive, diverse, equitable, and accessible community.
- November 23, 2020What does a scientist look like? Whose face comes to mind? Meet 10 young scientists from across the country pursuing careers in biomedical research! #FaceOfScience is diverse, fresh, bold, unique and unapologetic! Join us today on #NationalSTEMDay to celebrate diversity in STEM and re-envision #WhatAScientistLooksLike. What:The Diversity Program Consortium (DPC) is a network of institutions
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Join Alycia Crall from the Environmental Data Science Inclusion Network (EDSIN) for an important discussion. The Environmental Data Science Inclusion Network (EDSIN) launched in 2019 following an NSF INCLUDES conference that brought together researchers, practitioners, evaluators, and others with interest in examining diversity, equity, and inclusion across the environmental and data sciences
Meeting Theme: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion – Approaches and Solutions in Translational Science
Objective: To assist hub leadership in directing their CTSA by providing updates on resources and best practices for practical application, and by providing an opportunity for CTSA Program hub leaders to learn from each other.
- University Of Florida
The University of Florida is pleased to host an Un-Meeting on Rural Health and Health Equity Monday, April 8, 2019 in Gainesville, Florida. This event will focus on catalyzing new collaborations to bridge the translational science and agricultural extension sectors to improve rural health and achieve health equity, hosted by the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute and the UF Institute