NIH BD2K Training Grant
My team at UNC has won a T32 grant from NIH in the first round of BD2K Training Grant Award program. The five year grant, with Michael Kosorok and Gregory Forest as PIs, will fund predoctoral students focusing on biomedical Big Data challenges. The PIs will direct the program that spans 11 UNC departments and 4 schools at the University: Public Health, Pharmacy, Arts and Sciences, and my own School of Information and Library Science. I’m one of 48 official faculty mentors and will also serve as a Deputy Director for the program.
If you are a student interested in working with me and my lab through this program (or in any other way), please click here to read about current opportunities.