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April 27, 2022

What does Minority Health mean to you?

April 26, 2022 in Blog

MyNRMN Enhancements & Highlights, April 2022

April showers bring May flowers! We hope you enjoy this springtime weather and are not being rained on too much. The team here at NRMN is working diligently to make…
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March 24, 2022 in Blog

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Meet PAESMEM Awardee, Dr. Minerva Cordero

As we highlight the amazing women who have made major contributions to the STEMM fields for Women's History Month, we cannot leave out Dr. Minerva Cordero. She has made an…
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March 24, 2022 in Blog

Women’s History Month Spotlight: Meet PAESMEM Awardee, Dr. Karen Burg

Another intelligent woman innovating the STEMM fields is Dr. Karen Burg. Dr. Burg was nominated Vice president of Research for the University of Georgia in 2021. In addition, in February…
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March 22, 2022 in Blog

Highlighting Mentee/Mentor Collaborations for Undergrad Research Programs

In collaboration with the U01 project at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, undergraduate-level students collaborated with their near-peer mentors in the lab to create explainer videos about…
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