Caleb McKinney, PhD, MPS, leads workforce development initiatives on two new awards from the National Institutes of Health
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Caleb McKinney, Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine, Georgetown, University Medical Center, serves as a principal investigator and co-director of the Georgetown University Initiative for Maximizing Student Development (IMSD) predoctoral training program, a $1.96M T32 institutional training grant, funded through the National Institute for General Medical Sciences. The IMSD provides interprofessional and interdisciplinary training with a focus on diversifying the scientific workforce. Dr. McKinney also serves as a GUMC co-investigator of the NIH Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Consortium to Advance Health Equity and Researcher Diversity (AIM-AHEAD) Data Science Training Core where he designs outreach funding programs for academic and community stakeholders to build workforce development initiatives that curate a pipeline of diverse individuals into data science research focused on mitigating health disparities.