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The UCSF Research in Implementation Science for Equity (RISE) program is part of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institutes Program to Increase Diversity among Individuals Engaged in Health-...
The UCSF Research in Implementation Science for Equity (RISE) program is part of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institutes Program to Increase Diversity among Individuals Engaged in Health-Related Research (PRIDE). The goal of the PRIDE program is to enhance the diversity of the biomedical research workforce for junior faculty and transitioning post-doctorates from diverse backgrounds to enable them to become competitive independent scientists. The UCSF RISE program is an all-expenses paid training opportunity for junior faculty who are underrepresented in the biomedical sciences. The program involves a two-week RISE Summer Institute, focused on implementation science (ImS) and career mentoring and is hosted by UCSF’s Center for Vulnerable Populations in July in San Francisco. RISE Scholars also complete a second summer institute the following summer and take part in year-round distance mentoring activities. The objectives of the program include (1) prioritizing research addressing health disparities; (2) learning how to produce high-quality funding proposals; (3) building research skills in implementation science; (4) gaining access to a larger national network of mentors and mentees through NHLBI and other NIH national initiatives; and (5) preparing trainees for independent research careers. RISE is funded through an NHLBI grant R25HL126146.
Population: UCSF Faculty
Population: Underrepresented Minorities, People with Disabilities
Interests: Research, Education/Training, Mentorship
Sponsor/School: UCSF Nursing, UCSF Medicine, UCSF Pharmacy, Office of Diversity & Outreach, CTSI
Contact: Jessica Fields
Phone: 415-206-7869
Deadline: Application information can be found here https://pridecc.wustl.edu/apply/
Duration: Two week during first summer, one 3-day December meeting, one 3-day April meeting, 1 week during second summer
Participation: Application
Location: National, UCSF Mission Bay, UCSF SFGH
The Resource Allocation Program (RAP) is a campus-wide program that acts as a one-stop shop for several intramural funding mechanisms. The RAP manages the dissemination, submission, review, and award...
The Resource Allocation Program (RAP) is a campus-wide program that acts as a one-stop shop for several intramural funding mechanisms. The RAP manages the dissemination, submission, review, and award for these opportunities, while enabling the funding agencies to maintain full oversight of their funding mechanisms and awardees. This program makes the application process for intramural research funding more efficient, increases accessibility to funding for a broad range of applicants, and minimizes the redundancy of the application and review process among different funding agencies. - See more at: http://osr.ucsf.edu/resource-allocation-program-rap#sthash.VOY6dOFx.dpuf
Population: UCSF Learners, UCSF Faculty
Population: Open to All, Underrepresented Minorities, Female
Interests: Grant/Scholarship/Fellowship
Contact: Emanuela Volpe
Phone: 415-502-1676
Deadline: Twice a year: Spring and Fall
Duration: Twice a year: Spring and Fall
Participation: Open Invitation, Application
Location: UCSF Parnassus, San Francisco, Bay Area, International, UCSF Mission Bay, UCSF Mt. Zion, UCSF SFGH, UCSF Laurel Heights
SACNAS (the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Latinos and Native Americans in Science) at UCSF is a chapter of the National SACNAS Organization, whose mission is to promote the recruitment,...
SACNAS (the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Latinos and Native Americans in Science) at UCSF is a chapter of the National SACNAS Organization, whose mission is to promote the recruitment, retention and career development of underrepresented minorities in the sciences. SACNAS at UCSF is committed to preparing and empowering underrepresented minorities to become leaders that will have a positive impact in our society. To accomplish this, SACNAS at UCSF organizes academic, professional, community service and social activities, creating an enriched environment and support network that serves all of its members and the UCSF community.
Population: UCSF Learners, UCSF Staff, UCSF Faculty, Community Members
Population: Underrepresented Minorities
Interests: Academic, Outreach, Community Building, Education/Training, Mentorship
Sponsor/School: Interprofessional, CTSI
Participation: Open Invitation
Location: UCSF Parnassus, UCSF Mt. Zion
Additional information:
For more information on SACNAS (UCSF Registered Campus Organization; RCO) please visit OrgSync via your MyAccess Account.
Program for School of Nursing faculty only. Faculty are contacted by DIVA to participate. Overarching Objectives: (1) To develop a culture of humility within the learning environment in the School of...
Program for School of Nursing faculty only. Faculty are contacted by DIVA to participate. Overarching Objectives: (1) To develop a culture of humility within the learning environment in the School of Nursing; and (2) To ensure that all faculty have the skills, tools, and comfort to engage issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Participation is required of all new SON faculty and those teaching core courses within the MEPN, Master's and Doctoral Programs. CEUs are available for participants. Each 2 hour module will be offered twice per Quarter. Module 1 is the foundational training and prerequisite for the other three modules. Modules are: (1) Promoting Cultural Humility in the Classroom; (2) Inclusive Practices in Teaching; (3) Grounding Curricula in Diversity and Equity; and (4) Mentoring to Foster Success in an Inclusive, Diverse Environment.
Population: UCSF Faculty
Interests: Education/Training
Sponsor/School: UCSF Nursing
Contact: Teresa Scherzer
Phone: 415-514-3498
Location: UCSF Parnassus
Additional information:
These are for School of Nursing faculty only. Faculty are contacted by DIVA to participate
The goal of S4D is to foster a supportive community for the professional development of traditionally underrepresented individuals in scientific research. S4D advocates for mentorship, provides...
The goal of S4D is to foster a supportive community for the professional development of traditionally underrepresented individuals in scientific research. S4D advocates for mentorship, provides outreach, and promotes discussion on topics that impact an increasingly diverse cohort of current and aspiring scientists.
Population: UCSF Learners, UCSF Staff, UCSF Faculty
Population: Underrepresented Minorities
Interests: Academic, Outreach, Community Building, Informational Session, Mentorship
Sponsor/School: UCSF Graduate Division, Registered Campus Organization
Contact: Flora Rutaganira
Phone: 530-848-9251
Participation: Open Invitation
Location: UCSF Mission Bay

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