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

The next "Medicine: Mind the Gap" webinar (April 23rd) will be Optimization of Prevention Interventions Using MOST: State of the Science and Future Directions Register. Check out videos of prior and upcoming webinars.

The 2019 Summer Handbook Is Now Available!

Take a look at the new summer handbook.

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

Watch the town hall videocast.

Awards Conferred at the 2019 GPP Graduate Student Research Symposium

Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 NIH Graduate Student Research Awards, the Annual Elevator Speech Competition, and the GPP Outstanding Mentor Awards!  Read more.

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 May 15, 2019 for 2019-20.

OITE Resources for PIs and Staff

Interested in OITE resources, activities, and assistance for your intramural trainees? See our videocast or slides for more information.

The Imposter Phenomenon: Overcoming the Fear That Haunts Your Success

Watch the keynote presentation from the 2016 NIH Graduate Research Symposium. It could change your life.

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

Find an NIH community to help you feel at home.

New 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.

Mindfulness Meditation Group Is Now Offered Twice a Week

We have added a Tuesday noon session to the regular Thursday 5 pm session. You now have two chances each week to slow down and connect with yourself.  All trainees are welcome!  Read more.

2018 Summer Lecture II: The 21st Century Library: Accelerating Discovery, Disseminating Knowledge, Preserving History

Join Patricia Brennan, RN, PhD (in industrial engineering), Director of the National Library of Medicine at the NIH for a wide-ranging discussion of the modern library.

2018 Summer Lecture I: From the Human Genome Project to Precision Medicine: My Journey to Advance Human Health

The video of this exciting and timely lecture by Dr. Eric D. Green, MD/PhD, Director of the NIH National Human Genome Research Institute is now available. Check out Dr. Green's genomics resources.

Postbac Poster Day 2018 Awards Announced

Congratulations to the winners!

Confidential and Free Editing Service for NIH and FDA Fellows

The NIH Fellows Editorial Board (FEB) is an all-volunteer group that offers a free, fast, and confidential scientific document editing service that will help you polish your manuscript for grammar, form, and readability. Learn more.

New Resource for NIH Scientists: CREx (Collaborative Research Exchange)

Check out this private online research marketplace that streamlines access to more than 100 NIH core facilities and thousands of external vendors.

2017 Summer Lecture II. Non-invasive Prenatal Genomics: A Success Story in Genomic Medicine

The video, in which Diana W. Bianchi, MD, Director, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, discusses her recent work, is now available.

2017 Summer Lecture I: How Do Race and Wealth Affect Your Health? My Personal Story In Science

The video of this important presentation by Dr. Eliseo Perez-Stable, MD, Director, NIMHD, is now available.

The Postbac Handbook is available online.

Download the PDF.

The NIH Offers Resources for NIH Trainees Who Are Also Parents

Read more.

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