DDCF LAUNCHES 2018-19 INT’L CLINICAL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP COMPETITION
U.S. MEDICAL STUDENTS ELIGIBLE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH SUPPORT FOR 1-YR INT’L PROJECTS….
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DDCF LAUNCHES 2018-19 CLINICAL RESEARCH MENTORSHIP COMPETITION
MEDICAL RESEARCH PROGRAM SEEKS PROPOSALS FOR MEDICAL STUDENT & MENTOR PROJECTS….
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2018 COMPETITION FOR JUNIOR PHYSICIAN SCIENTISTS LAUNCHES
CLINICAL SCIENTIST DEVELOPMENT AWARDS OPEN FOR APPLICATION….
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DDCF AWARDS $6M TO ADVANCE CURES FOR SICKLE CELL DISEASE
7 TEAMS WIN SUPPORT FOR RESEARCH PURSUING SICKLE CELL DISEASE CURES….
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WHAT WE'RE LEARNING: WHERE WALLS EXIST, THE ARTS PROVIDE A DOORWAY
ZEYBA RAHMAN OF THE BUILDING BRIDGES PROGRAM SHARES HOW THE ARTS CAN FIGHT ISLAMOPHOBIA....
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Grantee Spotlight

Melissa Cervantes and Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute

Read about how Melissa Cervantes, a student at Holy Names High School, embraced her first mentored, hands-on clinical research experience at the Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute, ultimately presenting her work at a national conference and increasing her exposure to career possibilities in the biomedical sciences.

What We're Learning

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What We're Learning

Foundations and Peer Review: Time to Reconsider the Process?

Betsy Myers, Ph.D., program director for medical research, reveals how DDCF and other funders of biomedical sciences are reexamining and challenging the time-honored tradition of scientific peer review—from its longstanding strengths to increasingly apparent weaknesses—such that it supports the future of the medical research field.


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