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Notice of Special Interest (NOSI): Administrative Supplements to Recognize Excellence in Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA) Mentorship
The participating Institutes and Centers (ICs) are inviting applications to support administrative supplements to existing NIH awards to support scientists who have demonstrated compelling commitments and contributions to mentorship and enhancing diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) in the biomedical sciences. Funds will support ongoing and future efforts.
The biomedical research enterprise includes a range of research, including basic science, behavioral and social science, and clinical research and will be described hereafter as biomedical research. Excellent mentorship and superior training are critical to developing exceptional future scientists and building a diverse scientific workforce in the U.S. However, these efforts may not always be appropriately recognized or well compensated. As such, the intent of this NOSI is to reach those individuals with limited NIH support.
Mentoring can be defined as “a professional, working alliance in which individuals work together over time to support the personal and professional growth, development, and success of the relational partners through the provision of career and psychosocial support” (NASEM, 2019). Mentorship provides psychosocial and career support, self-efficacy, and science identity; it is also culturally responsive (NASEM, 2019).
This is a reissue of NOSI NOT-OD-22-057, with modified eligibility requirements, including mechanisms and citizenship status.
If interested in this opportunity, Duke investigators should contact:
Cinthia E. Sanchez, Ph.D. (email@example.com), CTSA Program Director, Duke Clinical & Translational Science Institute (CTSI)
Application Due Date – Feb. 17, 2023
To be an eligible individual, PD/PIs must be supported by no more than one institutional award considered an independent research project grant at the time of application. Support from awards on the “Smaller grants” list do not count toward the independent research project grant award (https://grants.nih.gov/policy/early-investigators/list-smaller-grants.htm). The list of “smaller grants” is being used to determine whether the parent award counts toward the number of independent research project grant award and not ESI status. Only one request per supported contact PD/PI will be considered.
Funds requested to supplement a multi-PI grant must be to support the contact PI, and that individual must meet the eligibility criteria.
Individuals to be added and supported with funds from this administrative supplement must be citizens or noncitizen nationals of the United States or have been lawfully admitted for permanent residence. For the definition of citizens and noncitizen nationals, please visit:
Active awards with project end dates in July 2024 or later are eligible. The award may not be in a terminal no-cost extension or going into a no-cost extension in FY2023.