Strengthening the Biomedical Workforce (6)
Publication TitleAuthorsJournalPublication DatePage NoPubMedID
Using Longitudinal Data on Career Outcomes to Promote Improvements and Diversity in Graduate Education.Feig, Andrew L; Robinson, Leah; Yan, Song; Byrd, Mark; Mathur, AmbikaChange.2016;28804143
The ''new normal'': Adapting doctoral trainee career preparation for broad career paths in science.St Clair, Rebekah; Hutto, Tamara; MacBeth, Cora; Newstetter, Wendy; McCarty, Nael A; Melkers, JuliaPloS one.2017;28542304
Enhancing Graduate and Postdoctoral Education To Create a Sustainable Biomedical Workforce.Fuhrmann, Cynthia NHuman gene therapy.2016 Nov;27762630
Diversity Exiting the Academy: Influential Factors for the Career Choice of Well-Represented and Underrepresented Minority Scientists.Layton, Rebekah L; Brandt, Patrick D; Freeman, Ashalla M; Harrell, Jessica R; Hall, Joshua D; Sinche, MelanieCBE life sciences education.2016;27587854
The origin and implementation of the Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training programs: an NIH common fund initiative.F.J. Meyers, A. Mathur, C.N. Fuhrmann, T.C. O’Brien, I. Wefes, P.A. Labosky, D.S. Duncan, A. August, A. Feig, K.L. Gould, M.J. Friedlander, C.B. Schaffer, A. Van Wart, and R. ChalkleyThe FASEB Journal2015 Oct 2;26432783
Transforming training to reflect the workforce.Mathur, Ambika; Meyers, Frederick J; Chalkley, Roger; O'Brien, Theresa C; Fuhrmann, Cynthia NScience translational medicine.2015 Apr 29;285ed425925677