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Training Modules for Enhancing Biomedical Research Workforce Training Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Clearinghouse for Training Modules to Enhance Data Reproducibility
This program is intended to enable and encourage the scientific community to create and disseminate training modules that will effectively contribute to the advancement of the biomedical research workforce. NIGMS intends to fund training modules in distinct subject areas that are currently relevant to biomedical scientists. The subject topics are described through “Notices of Special Interest” found in the “Related Notices” section in the funding announcement
NOT-GM-23-031 describes the current topic areas. Applicants must focus on
one of the topics below and may only address
one topic per application.
The proposed modules should impact individuals from a broad range of scientific disciplines and career stages, result in meaningful, sustained change in training programs, and cover material not typically taught as part of the current institutional coursework. However, it is expected that the developed modules could be utilized as learning material in future courses to enhance training environments. The training modules can take many different formats and approaches but should be timely, informative, engaging, easily accessible, and free to the research training community. Because of the complex nature of these topics, expert(s) in the subject areas are encouraged to be included on the investigator team.
Previously funded initiatives included training modules to enhance data rigor and reproducibility. For the benefit of the scientific community, the training module and products are posted on the
NIGMS website as they become available.
For more information about this program, read the Answers to Frequently Asked Questions, or contact Kalynda Gonzales Stokes.
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