The National Institutes of Health today announced two new funding opportunities as part of its program to enhance inclusive excellence and increase participation from historically underrepresented groups at NIH-funded institutions.

The NIH Common Fund’s Faculty Institutional Recruitment for Sustainable Transformation initiative is expected to fund 12 awards over the next three years, contingent upon the availability of funds. Applications for the funding opportunities are due March 1, 2021; applicant institutions and organizations can learn about the program’s eligibility criteria and other important details on the Common Fund's website

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