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The 2021 NIH Summer Handbook Is Now Available!

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Resources for 2021 Virtual Summer Internship Mentors

Visit the webpage for summer mentors.

Postdoctoral Research Associate Training (PRAT) Program Webinar, June 22, 2:00 pm ET

This three-year postdoctoral fellowship program supports training in the basic biomedical sciences. Read more and register.

2021 Intramural AIDS Research Fellows Announced

View the list of fellowship recipients.

Postbac Poster Day 2021 Awards Announced

Congratulations to the winners!

The 2021 Postbac Survey Is Now Closed.

Check out how many of your colleagues have responded. And thanks to ALL who did!

The COMPLETE Program for Virtual Postbac Poster Days 2021 Is Now Available!

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Registration for 2 Online Clinical Training Courses Is Now Open!

2020 Inclusion, Anti-racism, and Wellness Resources

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Applications Are Now Being Accepted for the NIH-Duke Clinical Research Training Program (CRTP)

Clinical fellows and other health professionals can earn a Master of Health Sciences in Clinical Research. Read more. The application deadline is August 1, 2021 for 2021-2022, but the priority deadline is May 15. New last year: A Basic Science Research Track.

Want to Apply for Funding While You're Teleworking?

OITE has just updated its list of awards for which NIH trainees are eligible.

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.

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!

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.

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

Find an NIH community to help you feel at home.