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Trainee committees and councils

FELLOW-L
The Fellows Committee (FelCom) is an organization that represents postdocs and fellows in NIH Intramural Research Program. To stay informed about FelCom activities and news, subscribe to Fellow-L.

GSC-GRADS
The Graduate Student Council (GSC) is a graduate-student led organization that represents PhD students in the NIH Intramural Research Program. To stay informed about the GSP activities and news, subscribe to GSC-Grads.

POSTBACC-L
The Postbac Committee is an organization that represents postbacs in the NIH Intramural Research Program. To stay informed about the Postbac Committee activities and news, subscribe to Postbacc_L.

Trainee affinity groups

MOM-DAD-DOCS-L
A supportive community for NIH postdocs, clinical/research fellows, and graduate students who are also parents. Subscribe to MOM-DAD-DOCS-L.

NIH-AANHPIF
AANHPIF = Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islanders, and Friends
A welcoming space to support the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Island fellow/trainee community at NIH. Subscribe to NIH-AANHPIF.

NIH-FAAB
FAAB = Fellows of All Abilities
Fostering a community of awareness and support for individuals of all abilities including people with emotional/cognitive or physical disabilities or with chronic illnesses and their allies. Subscribe to NIH-FAAB.

NIH-LGBT-FF
LGBT-FF = Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender-Fellows and Friends
A group designed to help members thrive in their professional and personal lives by addressing issues unique to the LGBTQIA+ community. Subscribe to NIH-LGBT-FF.

NIH-NAAF
NAAF = Network of African American Fellows at the NIH
Our mission is to create an environment of support for African American scientists during their time at NIH. Subscribe to NIH-NAAF.

NIH-SACNAS
SACNAS = Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science
The NIH-SACNAS Chapter serves students and professionals, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and a place where NIH trainees and staff from different science disciplines can meet to network, share successes, and strategize about future goals in a supportive environment. Subscribe to NIH-SACNAS.

NIH-VETERAN-SCIENTISTS
Veteran and Active-duty Members of the US Military
Offers members of the US Armed Forces the opportunity to share similar experiences and their individual best practices for traversing the NIH culture. Subscribe to NIH-VETERAN-SCIENTISTS.

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NIH-OITE-INFO
Information about NIH IRP training program and events for students and organizations outside the NIH. Subscribe to NIH-OITE-Info

OITE-GPSF-Exhibitors
Universities and organizations that would like to participate in the annual Graduate & Professional School Fair (GPSF). This list is exhibitors, not students or trainees. Subscribe to OITE-GPSF-Exhibitors