Announcements

June 06, 2022 Annual Conference Returns June 13 -15 The 2022 DPC Annual Grantees Conference is scheduled for June 13 to 15 and features presenters from all NIH initiatives, including NRMN Phase II, BUILD, DPC DaTA, SPAD and CEC.
March 23, 2022 Remembering Dr. Steven P. Wallace Dr. Steven P. Wallace’s legacy is seen through his research and fieldwork in aging in diverse communities and his health advocacy for communities of color and immigrant populations. Wallace’s devotion to education, diversity and inclusion, and his commitment to promoting equity in biomedicine and health are what define his enduring legacy following his death in March 2021.
February 24, 2022 February DPC Newsletter Highlights Mentors Who Inspire: Celebrating Mentorship in the DPC In this issue, read students' Thank You messages to their mentors in honor of National Mentoring Month, and spotlights on mentors from across the consortium. Check out highlights on student and faculty research, such as the ongoing work with rural communities in Alaska and one scholar's efforts to reduce deaths caused by drinking and driving by looking at response times after substance use — Subscribe to stay current on the exciting work our community members are doing across the country and abroad.
December 09, 2021 December DPC Newsletter Highlights Student/Faculty Research & Fall Conferences Whale necropsies, networking-savvy introverts, summer research experiences, and prestigious awards—read the latest edition of the Diversity Program Consortium Newsletter! Subscribe to stay current on the exciting work our community members are doing across the country and abroad.
October 19, 2021 Keith Norris, MD, PhD, Elected into National Academy of Medicine The DPC congratulates Keith Norris, M.D., Ph.D., for his election into the National Academy of Medicine—among the highest honors in the fields of medicine and health. Dr. Norris serves as the Principal Investigator for the Coordination & Evaluation Center at the University of California, Los Angeles.
April 20, 2021 Face of Science: Visualizing Inclusive Excellence in STEM Whose face do you see when you imagine what #AScientistLooksLike? Meet 10 young researchers from across the nation boldly representing the #FaceOfScience! Hear about the passion that fuels their research, what a scientist identity means to them, and how they plan to shape the future of science.
January 31, 2020 Our Mentors WOW: Words of Wisdom from the mentors of the Diversity Program Consortium One of the Diversity Program Consortium’s goals is to elevate the future generation of scientists and researchers, and this is made possible with the passion and dedication of the current generation.

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