CNCDP Commitment to Diversity

confident doctorThe CNCDP program is committed to fostering diversity within the CNCDP program amongst scholars, mentors, and program leadership, and throughout the field of Child Neurology. A diverse clinical and scientific workforce is an important factor in fostering scientific innovation and breakthroughs in health. We invite and encourage applications for the CNCDP-K12 program from a diverse pool of clinician-researchers, especially those traditionally underrepresented in science fields. The CNCDP program will host a series of events targeted to individuals in the early clinical and research pipeline, to expand early awareness of Child Neurology as a career option and opportunities in clinical research.

Check back for updates on the CNCDP Diversity Program.
Contact: Erika Augustine, MD, MS – CNCDP Diversity Officer
erika_augustine@urmc.rochester.edu

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Policies, Programs, and Funding Related to Diversity

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Career Development Programs

AAMC Minority Faculty Career Development Seminar

AAMC Early Career Women Faculty Professional Development Seminar

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Funding Opportunities

Doris Duke Fund to Retain Clinical Scientists

The purpose of the Fund is to provide supplemental, flexible funds to early-career physician-scientists working on clinical research projects and facing extraprofessional demands of caregiving. Participating Institutions

NIH Diversity Supplements

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