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Supporting Trainees through the COVID Winter

Watch the YouTube video. View workshop slides.

OITE Workshop Series: Mental Health and Well-being of Biomedical Researchers and Becoming a Resilient Scientist

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Request Additional Information on OITE Virtual Activities

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2020 Inclusion, Anti-racism, and Wellness Resources

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NEW Translational Science Interagency Fellowship

NCATS, with the FDA, has created a 3-year joint postdoctoral fellowship program. Areas of interest: (1) use of oligonucleotides to treat rare diseases, (2) in vitro 3D models, (3) informatics applied to predictions of drug repurposing, safety, and adverse events. Read more.

Watch Out for SCAMS Targeting Visiting Fellows

Read the message from the Division of International Services now!

Virtual Town Hall for Trainees in the NIH Intramural Research Program

Watch this June 18, 2020, event.

2020 Intramural AIDS Research Fellows Announced

View the list of fellowship recipients.

Postbac Poster Day 2020 Awards Announced

Congratulations to the winners!

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.

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

The mandatory training sessions for trainees scheduled for March have been canceled in accordance with NIH guidance for gatherings. We are currently exploring alternatives. Watch this space for updates.

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!

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The 2019 Postbac Handbook Is Available Online!

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