ICMD: Initiative for Maximizing Student Development (IMSD) Program (T32)
IMSD is a graduate student training program for institutions with research-intensive environments.
MiHero – Graduate students admitted in to PhD programs in biomedical sciences (GSBS), public health (SPH), pharmacy (SCOP) and dual (DO/PhD) degree in medicine (TCOM) meeting the criteria mentioned below will be supported for 5 years. Under this MiHERO scholars program, 2 new students will be recruited each year.
Along with research and required course work, MiHERO PhD scholars will have the opportunity to participate in workshops/training programs on inter-professional education, skills for success, health disparities and research presentations and publications.
PDRT – Provide underrepresented minority individuals, who are enrolled in a health professional program, a challenging and focused research experience in health disparities related to cardiovascular, pulmonary, and hematologic and sleep disorders.
This page was last modified on December 14, 2018