RCMI 2022 presents research opportunities to share new and innovative approaches, develop the next generation of health disparities researchers, and extend the reach and visibility of communities whose interest is improving health outcomes.

2022 RCMI CONSORTIUM NATIONAL CONFERENCE


The 2022 National Conference of the RCMI Consortium is a forum to present the exciting science of RCMI funded investigators, including early-stage investigators. Concurrent Workshops will engage directors and program staff from Investigator Development, Community Engagement, Research Infrastructure, Administrative and Evaluation Cores, who will work together to develop Common Metrics to measure and track progress and programmatic outcomes of the RCMI U54 Centers. The Data Science & Data Science NOSI, COVID-19, and Practice-Based Research Networks (PBRN) NOSI Awardees will also present workshops.

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The Conference will include a number of General Sessions and Concurrent Scientific Sessions consisting of lectures, panel discussions, oral abstract presentations, and general & moderated poster presentations on the environmental, cultural, socioeconomic, biobehavioral, and genetic bases of health disparities… read more »

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OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF THE ANNUAL GRANTEES CONFERENCE


The RCMI Program Grantees Conference will bring together RCMI U54 PDs/PIs and other senior scientists from each site, research project leaders, pilot project awardees, key community partners, and NIH staff to exchange information and discuss opportunities for collaboration and strategies for solving shared challenges in: (1) project administration and coordination among sites, (2) research resources to support scientific projects, (3) early-stage investigator development and mentoring, and (4) community engagement.

Funding for this conference was made possible [in part] by Grant Number 1U24MD015970 from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD), National Institutes of Health (NIH), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).