Volume 11 Supplement 12
The Diversity Program Consortium: Innovating Educational Practice and Evaluation Along the Biomedical Research Pathways
Publication of this supplement has not been supported by sponsorship. Information about the source of funding for publication charges can be found in the individual articles. The articles have undergone the journal's standard peer review process for supplements. The Supplement Editor declares the following: Although I am funded by NIH, the organization will not gain or lose financially from the publication of the supplement. To clarify, I am part of the Coordination and Evaluation Center funded by NIH, and as such I have received salary to help with coordination of the Special Issue. I was not involved in the peer review for any paper on which I am an author. Each article declares NIH as the source of our funding and also that what we have written does not represent official views of the NIH. NIH was satisfied with this statement and also reviewed the overview article, using their own legal counsel. I do not have any other financial or non-financial competing interests.
National Harbor, MD, USA27-28 October 2015
Edited by Sylvia Hurtado
BMC Series blog - Diversity Program Consortium offers new hope for inclusive science training by Freeman A. Hrabowski III & Peter H. Henderson