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Becoming a Resilient Scientist

Dr. Sharon Milgram, Director of the NIH Office of Intramural Training & Education, talks about managing the stresses and setbacks of a biomedical career. Watch the video.

OITE Resources and Services

What PIs, Administrators, and Anyone Working with NIH Trainees Needs to Know: Watch the Video.

NEW Mandatory Training: Your Rights and Responsibilities as an NIH Trainee!

Several 90 minute sessions are scheduled during the first two weeks of February. Read more and register.

Call for Applications: Missouri Science & Technology Policy Fellows

Applications are now being accepted for the inaugural class of 5 legislative fellows, who will be assigned to committees in the Missouri General Assembly. Read more and apply. Application deadline is March 15, 2020.

Applications Are Now Being Accepted for the NIH-Duke Training Program in Clinical Research

Clinical fellows and other health professionals can earn a Master of Health Sciences in Clinical Research. Read more. The application deadline is August 1, 2020 for 2020-2021, but the priority deadline is May 15. New this year: A Basic Science Research Track.

Interested in Issues at the Intersection of Research, Evidence, and Clinical Practice?

The next "Methods: Mind the Gap" webinar (February 20th) will be Using Technology To Understand and Promote Physical Activity Behavior Register. Check out videos of prior webinars.

California Coouncil on Science & Technology Science Fellowships

Applications are now available. The deadline is March 1, 2020. Read more and apply.

Mindfulness Meditation Group Is Now Offered Twice a Week

You now have two chances each week to slow down and connect with yourself, Tuesday at noon and Thursday at 5 pm.  All trainees are welcome!  Read more.

Two Online Courses Now Accepting Registrations!

Principles of Clinical Oncology (PCP): materials are available now; Introduction to the Principles and Practice of Clinical Research (IPPCR): course begins 11/2.

Online registration for FAES Graduate School courses for spring 2020 is now open!

Browse the FAES catalog and register for courses.

2019 Summer Lecture I: The Human Microbiome Project - A Personal and Professional Journey through Kingdoms (Bacteria, Fungi, and Viruses) and Genomes

Join Julie Segre, PhD, senior investigator in the National Human Genome Institute, for a discussion of her exciting work on the human microbiome and the use of genome sequencing to track the spread of disease, paired with her thoughts on how collaborations should work and how she manages to remain at the forefront as science evolves. NOTE: In October 2019, Dr. Segre was selected by the National Academy of Medicine as one of 4 new members from the NIH!

The New Advanced Trainee Handbook for Graduate Students, Postdoccs, and Research/Clinical Fellows is now available!

Check it out.

The Brand New 2019 Postbac Handbook Is Now Available!

Take a look.

2019 Summer Lecture II: Multidrug Resistance in Cancer

Michael Gottesman, MD, NIH Deputy Director for Intramural Research and Chief of the Laboratory of Cell Biology, NCI, talks about his life, training, career as an eminent cancer researcher, and work on the molecular mechanisms of drug resistance. View the video of Dr. Gottesman's lecture.

Town Hall for NIH Trainees: NIH Anti-harassment Policies and the Workplace Climate and Harassment Survey

Watch the town hall videocast.

Feeling Comfortable at Work Often Means Finding a Community to Share the Experience

Find an NIH community to help you feel at home.

OITE "Wellness Wednesdays"

This informal lunch-time brown-bag discussion group will begin September 12th and will cover a variety of wellness topics. Read more.