Equal Opportunity

The faculty, students, and staff in Boston University’s Department of Biomedical Engineering, Bioinformatics program, and Molecular Biology, Cell Biology & Biochemistry program are committed to increasing the number of pre-doctoral trainees from groups underrepresented in engineering and the health sciences, including members of underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, individuals with disabilities, individuals with disadvantaged backgrounds, and veterans. Additionally, we are committed to increasing the number of women, who are underrepresented in engineering, to participate in this program, as well as increasing diversity with regard to sexual orientation and gender identification.

The faculty and staff associated with this T32 training grant are collectively committed to building an inclusive and diverse research community and supporting the mission of the NIH to diversify the STEM workforce. We strongly believe that all students and faculty benefit from being part of a community where they can learn about each other’s backgrounds, cultures, religious beliefs, physical and mental abilities, political views, and career aspirations.