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NIH Seeks Input on Funding Priorities for Comparative Medicine Resources

The Division of Comparative Medicine (DCM) within NIH’s Office of Research Infrastructure Programs (ORIP) is seeking input for its new strategic plan. The plan will set 5-year funding priorities for programs such as Animal Resources and Biomaterials programs. Researchers are invited to submit feedback on topics including needs for new animal models, biomaterials and reagents; improving access to such materials; using information technologies to improve utility and define limits of animal models; and validating animal models to improve rigor and reproducibility. Suggestions must be submitted by February 7, 2020 using a webform.

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An early career researcher makes her point while other scientists look on

Do you want to improve your outreach skills and learn more about science policy? Apply for our Early Career Advocacy Fellowship! This two-year program engages early career investigators in advocacy activities and provides them with skills to become long-term advocates for scientific research.

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