Below are resources for publications using Consortium-wide data. Please visit the main DPC page for additional resources.
These are publications using Consortium-wide data (as defined by the DPC Data Sharing Policy). For a comprehensive list of these publications (including sub-consortium, site level, and publications from BUILD pilot projects, etc.), please visit the DPC Publications page on the NIGMS website.
Before proceeding to submit publication proposals requiring consortium data, researchers are encouraged to thoroughly review the DPC Master List of Research Titles. This list includes already published titles, titles approved or being considered for approval by the PPsC, and a list of CEC evaluation questions/titles. For questions about the proposal submission process, approved titles, and data availability, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See link for All DPC publications.
These are goals to achieve or move towards over the course of an academic program/career path of an individual pursuing a career in biomedical/behavior research. If a Hallmark is already at a high level, then maintenance is the goal. These Hallmarks are also used to guide the Consortium-Wide Evaluation (CWEP) spanning student, faculty/mentor, and institutional impacts.
See link for more Hallmarks related resources
These are surveys administered on behalf of the Consortium by CEC to study participants at 10 BUILD institutions as part of the national effort to learn more about student and faculty experiences with higher education, scientific research, mentoring, and career paths, among others. Use this link to access these surveys and related materials on the DPC Intranet
This guide was created to facilitate the development of publications using Diversity Program Consortium (DPC) data and provide recommendations for describing some of the common terms associated with the consortium. It is divided into topic areas that should be considered when writing a document or giving a presentation DPC that will be available to the broader community. Each topic area may have a Background, Sample Text, and suggestions for what information to include or exclude (DPC Do’s and Don’ts). The Table of Contents is hyperlinked to allow for jumping to specific areas.
Below are links to additional resources.
For more information on the DPC PPsC, the publications proposal submission system, and related processes, please contact the PPsC Coordinator at email@example.com.