After identifying key elements at each stage of the biomedical research career trajectory that lead to the development of a successful biomedical research career and ultimately, success as an NIH-funded investigator, the Diversity Program Consortium (DPC) developed the “Hallmarks of Success.” These hallmarks guide the DPC consortium-wide evaluation, and span the individual student, faculty/mentor and institutional levels, matching the three levels of DPC program impact. At the discretion of the DPC Executive Steering Committee (ESC), these hallmarks may be altered or revised over time. The hallmarks listed here will be used for the consortium-wide evaluation during the second phase of the DPC.
The hallmarks assume there is baseline data on program participants and a similar group not in the program (comparator group). Progress towards hallmarks means that those in the program do better over time than those in the comparator group. The hallmarks are “goals” to achieve or move towards over the course of the program. If the hallmark is already at a high level, then the goal should be maintenance.
In all hallmarks, the term "Biomedical" is defined as "Behavioral and biomedical health-related."
Approved by the DPC Executive Steering Committee in March 2019
Source: Diversity Program Consortium Data Sharing Agreement
Approved by the Executive Steering Committee on March 16, 2016
Demographic/Background Variables: Student
Demographic/Background Variables: Faculty/Mentor
Demographic/Background Variables: Institution
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