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ASBMB provides feedback on latest NIGMS proposal to increase diversity
In August, the National Institute of General Medical Sciences requested feedback from the scientific community on the potential impacts of changing the funding vehicle for some of the institute’s undergraduate and predoctoral diversity programs. The institute is seeking to support a broader swath of students by moving its undergrad diversity programs, which use the research education code (R25), to training grants (T32 or T34). Training grants allow grantees to extend tuition support to undergraduate students, which is not possible…