The FIU-RCMI Research Infrastructure Core provides consistent, rigorous and leading-edge opportunities for mentorship and professional development for FIU new and early career investigators and faculty. Opportunities through this program are primarily centered on HIV and substance abuse-related research, publications, and NIH grant application processes. Numerous RCMI-dedicated learning, career development, and research opportunities are offered through our biostatistical support, speaker series, and professional development workshops.
If you would like to inquire about the resources offered by the FIU-RCMI Research Infrastructure Core, please email Melissa Ward-Peterson, Postdoctoral Associate, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Acknowledging FIU-RCMI Support: If you have utilized FIU-RCMI resources for your research, we ask that you acknowledge the support by citing FIU-RCMI’s National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities grant number (U54MD012393) in your publications. Sample acknowledgements and details on when to acknowledge grant support can be found here.