This report provides an assessment of NIH’s programs for increasing the participation in biomedical science of individuals from underrepresented minority groups. The report examines, using available data and the results of a survey of NIH trainees, the characteristics and outcomes of programs at the undergraduate, graduate, postdoctoral, and junior faculty levels. The report provides recommendations for improving these programs and their administration. It also recommends how NIH can improve the data it collects on trainees in all NIH research training programs so as to enhance training program evaluation.
National Research Council. 2005. Assessment of NIH Minority Research and Training Programs: Phase 3. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/11329.
|3 Undergraduate Programs||47-84|
|4 Graduate Fellowships and Traineeship Programs||85-120|
|5 Postdoctoral Training Opportunities: Postdoctorate Fellows and Junior Faculty||121-134|
|6 Perspectives of NIH Program Administrators||135-150|
|7 Findings and Recommendations||151-164|
|Appendix A Committee Biographical Sketches||169-172|
|Appendix B 2001 Census of NIH Extramural Minority Research Training Programs||173-176|
|Appendix C Computer-Assisted Trainee Interview (CATI) Questionnaire for Graduate Trainees||177-206|
|Appendix D Interview Instruments for Training Program Administrators||207-222|
|Appendix E Survey Universe by Gender, 1970-1999||223-224|
|Appendix F Number of Trainees, by Race/Ethnicity and Mechanism, for all NIH Institutes and Centers, 1999-2003||225-226|
|Appendix G Trainee Percentages by Race or Ethnicity and Mechanism, for All Institutes and Centers, 1999-2003||227-228|
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