NIMHD Training and Diverse Workforce Development Feature Articles

Read about NIMHD-supported efforts to train and develop a diverse workforce for minority health and health disparities research.

Dr. Renato J. Aguilera

Conversation with Dr. Renato J. Aguilera

RCMI Principal Investigator Dr. Aguilera, University of Texas at El Paso, discusses his work on health disparities and cancer, including how race and ethnicity affect cancer incidence and therapy, and developing next-generation researchers.

Dr. Wendy A. Henderson with NNAYI participants

Students Soak Up Science

There are few groups addressing the long-standing educational disparities and lack of recruitment that American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/AN) face within the health care and biomedical workforce.

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