The Office of Education (OE) plans, develops, and coordinates comprehensive science education activities at the NIH. Research training sponsored by OE is for individuals at the high school through postdoctoral levels.
Selected OE intramural research training includes:
- The Summer Internship Program offers individuals the opportunity to work on a project in an NIH research laboratory and present the project to the NIH scientific community upon completion.
- The NIH Academy Fellowship allows recent college graduates to be engaged in a biomedical investigation with an emphasis on health disparities while working side by side with leading scientists in the world.
- The Technical Intramural Research Fellowship Program is designed to train individuals with bachelor and masters degrees as support professionals capable of performing the advanced techniques in research laboratories.
- The Graduate Partnerships Program partners with universities to link NIH as a provider for graduate level research training of students who will be the scientists of the future. The National Institutes of Nursing Research has launched a new project, the Graduate Partnership Program in Biobehavioral Research, with a consortium of universities.
- NINR video/audio/podcasts
- Clinical Research Training Course
- Introduction to the Principles and Practice of Clinical Research
- Standards for Clinical Research within the NIH Intramural Research Program
- NIH Undergraduate Scholarship Program
- NIH Research and Training Opportunities
- Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences (FAES)
- IRB Computer-Based Training
- Guidelines for the Conduct of Research in the Intramural Programs at NIH
- Human Participant Protections Education for Research Teams
- NIH Office of Human Subjects Research
- A Guide to Training and Mentoring in the Intramural Research Programs at NIH
- NIH VideoCast