Opportunities at Brown
Biomed Initiative to Maximize Student Development (IMSD)
Principal Investigator: Andrew Campbell, PhD
IMSD at Brown provides research training support for students in underrepresented groups to significantly increase the participation of these groups within the fields of biomedical and behavioral research. The program builds partnerships with minority-serving institutions to encourage and increase opportunities for minority students in biology and public health graduate training fields and promote graduate student development across the Brown campus.
Short-Term Training Program to Increase Diversity
Principal Investigator: Sharon I. S. Rounds, MD
The Short-Term Training Program to Increase Diversity in Health-Related Research Training Grant was awarded by the National Heart Lung Blood Institute. This grant funds summer research experiences for under-represented undergraduate students in research laboratories at Alpert Medical School.
HIV and Other Infectious Consequences of Substance Abuse
Principal Investigator: Timothy Flanigan, MD
This National Institutes of Health-funded program aims to create advanced training and mentoring opportunities for minority postdoctoral investigators and junior faculty members, with a focus on the African-American community. This multidisciplinary collaboration will gather researchers in behavioral medicine, infectious diseases, and community health from Alpert Medical School, The Miriam Hospital, and three historically black colleges and universities: Jackson State University and Tougaloo College, both in Mississippi, and Dillard University in New Orleans.