Position more diverse researchers and learners to contribute broadly to the biomedical research ecosystem and to empower them with the computational and statistical skills that have become a necessity in current biomedical research.


Our mission is to help diversify the biomedical research workforce

The FNIH is aligned with our colleagues at the NIH in efforts to improve diversity in the biomedical research workforce through training opportunities using the All of Us Research Program database as a foundational platform.

This initiative seeks to equip students and researchers at Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) with the tools, skills, and knowledge to navigate and utilize one of the largest and most important biomedical databases in the world.

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