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CON Faculty Member Participates in NIH Native Investigator Program

February 24, 2012

Emily Haozous

College of Nursing faculty member Emily Haozous is a participant in the National Institutes of Health Native Investigator Program, which is a national pipeline training program in which senior American Indian faculty investigators provide mentorship, such as grant submission support and co-authoring of manuscripts, to junior American Indian faculty. The purpose of the program is to increase the chances that junior faculty will obtain extramural funding, with the ultimate goal of increasing the number of senior American Indian faculty at universities throughout the country. See the full story at Pioneering Research, Powering Clinical Outcomes.

College of Nursing faculty member Emily Haozous is a participant in the National Institutes of Health Native Investigator Program, which is a national pipeline training program in which senior American Indian faculty investigators provide mentorship, such as grant submission support and co-authoring of manuscripts, to junior American Indian faculty. The purpose of the program is to increase the chances that junior faculty will obtain extramural funding, with the ultimate goal of increasing the number of senior American Indian faculty at universities throughout the country. See the full story at Pioneering Research, Powering Clinical Outcomes.