In collaboration with Seattle Children’s Research Institute’s Office for Teaching, Education and Research, the Center for Diversity and Health Equity at Seattle Children’s aims to increase the use of National Institutes of Health (NIH) Diversity Supplements, to diversify research faculty, trainees and staff at the research institute.
Their goal is to increase the diversity of research participants across Seattle Children’s, and at their Institute for Translational Health Sciences institutional partners.
Diversity supplements are additional funding that support the research training of underrepresented trainees and faculty by providing training, mentorship and career development.
Their unique Diversity Supplement Connections Program allows students and trainees to search a database of our eligible grants, express their interest in working with a Principal Investigator, and support their application for the Diversity Supplement.
Learn more here.