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  1. 1. Diversity Program in Neuroscience: An NIMH Sponsored Training Model Joe L. Martinez, Jr., PhD Director APA Diversity Program in Neuroscience May 25-25, 2005 Addressing the Student Learning Experience: Achieving Diversity in STEM Disciplines
  2. 2. Best Practices • Life long mentoring • Peer mentoring • Monitoring • Survival Skills • Networking
  3. 3. Members Joanne Berger-Sweeney, PhD Wellesley College David R. Burgess, PhD Boston College Edward Castaneda, M.A., PhD Arizona State University Anne M. Etgen, PhD Albert Einstein College of Medicine Byron D. Ford, PhD Morehouse School of Medicine John G. Hildebrand, PhD University of Arizona Sandra Peña de Ortiz, PhD University of Puerto Rico NEUROSCIENCE TRAINING ADVISORY COMMITTEE Program PI Joe L. Martinez, Jr., PhD University of Texas at San Antonio TAC Chair James G. Townsel, PhD Meharry Medical College
  4. 4. Joe L. Martinez, Jr., PhD • University of Texas at San Antonio – Director for Cajal Neuroscience Research Center – Ewing Halsell Professor of Neuroscience (Endowed Chair) • Appointed to editorial board of the American Psychologist (2004) • Appointed NIH CSR Committee on Peer Review (2004-2009) • Wrote first textbook on Chicano Psychology
  5. 5. Stipend Mentoring Network SFN Newsletters Listservs Arranged Ancillary Training SPINES Conferences Other OrgsANDP MBL Diversity Program in Neuroscience
  6. 6. OUTCOMES
  7. 7. Total Number of Fellows Supported by DPN (1988 – 2004) Funding Program Total NIMH DPN (pre) 191 NIMH DPN (post) 29 220
  8. 8. Females Males Total African American 54 (24.5%) 35 (15.9%) 89 (40.5%) Latino/a (Hisp) 54 (24.5%) 50 (22.7%) 104 (47.2%) Asian American 3 (1.4%) 2 (0.9%) 5 (2.3%) American Ind. 5 (2.3%) 3 (1.4%) 8 (3.7%) Caucasian 1 (0.5%) 3 (1.4%) 1 (0.5%) Multiple/Other 1 (0.5%) 0 (0.0%) 1 (0.5 %) Unspecified 7 (3.2%) 5 (2.3%) 12 (5.5%) Totals 125 (56.9%) 95 (43.2%) 220 (100.0%) Gender/Ethnicity Breakdown of DPN Fellows (1988-2004)
  9. 9. DPN FELLOWS BY TRAINING UNIVERSITY FELLOWS TRAINING UNIVERSITIES FELLOWS FREQUENCY Howard University 8 University of California, Berkeley 8 University of Puerto Rico 8 Yale University 6 Emory University 5 Stanford University 5 University of Pittsburgh 5 University of Virginia 5 University of Wisconsin 5 Harvard University 4
  10. 10. DPN FELLOWS TRAINING UNIVERSITIES BY CARNEGIE CLASSIFICATIONS NUMBER OF FELLOWS FREQUENCY PERCENTAGES CARNEGIE CLASSIFICATIONS 194 88.2% Doctoral/Research Universities—Extensive 9 4.1% Doctoral/Research Universities—Intensive 1 0.5% Specialized Institutions—Other specialized institutions 11 5.0% Specialized Institutions—Medical schools and medical centers 1 0.5% Baccalaureate Colleges—General 4 1.8% Master's Colleges and Universities I N = 220
  11. 11. # Grad SIT W/D Unkw TTD Predoctoral 191 98 82 10 1 6.0 Postdoctoral 29 26 3 0 0 3.0 # - Total number of Fellows supported Grad – Graduated SIT – Still in training W/D – Withdrew from training Unkw – Unknown TTD - Time-to-degree DPN Graduation Rates All figures based on a truncated analysis (beginning of program through 2004)
  12. 12. DPN GRADUATES BY AREAS OF EMPLOYMENT Employment Setting Total Clinical Research Setting 15.4% Clinical Service Setting 2.6% Federal Agency 2.6% Industry 4.3% University 58.1% Unknown 17.1% Total 100.0%
  13. 13. DPN GRADUATES BY TYPES OF POSITIONS HELD Types of Positions % Assistant Professors 17.1% Associate Professors 3.4% Full Professors 3.4% Medical Residents 4.3% Miscellaneous 4.3% Physicians 2.6% Postdoctoral Fellows 30.0% Research Administrators/Scientists 12.8% Research Assistants 2.6% Unknown 19.7% Total 100.0%
  14. 14. A “Family” of Programs • Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services • Mental Health Research • HIV/AIDS • Substance Abuse research • Diversity Program in Neuroscience Minority Fellowship Program
  15. 15. James M. Jones, PhD • Director, APA Minority Fellowship Program since 1977 • Inaugural Director of APA’s Public Interest Directorate • Professor of Psychology, University of Delaware • Nationally recognized scholar on racism • Wrote “Prejudice & Racism” (1997) which, along with the first volume, have become classics.
  16. 16. 1974 MFP established with Dalmas Taylor as director 1975 First year of funds distributed to students (24 Fellows) 1979 James M. Jones takes over as director 1979 MHR splits from established program and goes to NIMH 1988 Neuroscience program established 1989 Joe Martinez takes over as director of DPN 1993 Aging Fellows funding by NIA (morphed into MANIP in 98) 1996 First HIV/AIDS Fellows funded 1998 MANIP established 2001 First SAR Fellows funded (NIDA support) MFP TIME-LINE

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