Increasing diversity in genomics requires investment in equitable partnerships and capacity building
Brain and Mind Institute; Internal Medicine (East Africa)
Calls for diversity in genomics have motivated new global research collaborations across institutions with highly imbalanced resources. We describe practical lessons we have learned so far from designing multidisciplinary international research and capacity-building programs that prioritize equity in two intertwined programs — the NeuroGAP-Psychosis research study and GINGER training program — spanning institutions in Ethiopia, Kenya, South Africa, Uganda and the United States.
Martin, A. R.,
Stroud II, R. E.,
Chapman, S. B.,
(2022). Increasing diversity in genomics requires investment in equitable partnerships and capacity building. Nature Genetics, 54, 740-745.
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