We need to provide more uniform education and incentives for mentors.
This is critical to avoid having experienced researchers fall off the edge, so to speak, due to gaps in funding. There is a need for continued career support beyond the currently truncated K24.
What are the best strategies to develop a highly competent diverse Implementation Science research workforce to address health inequities?
How can training of investigators (both mentors and trainees) be supported to create a T4 translation research pipeline?
Why can’t all training grants (T, K, etc) be opened out to all people working in US institutions, regardless of citizenship or green-card?
Why can’t we establish mechanisms for US junior investigators and mentors interested in global NHLBI areas?