Michelle R.J. Hamlet, Ph.D., began her work at NIH in 2006 as the first training program coordinator at the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI). In that capacity, Dr. Hamlet oversaw existing training programs and opportunities and developed new ones, most notably the NHGRI Health Disparities Research Fellowship and the first NIH Community College Day. Dr. Hamlet then served as program director at the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) in the Division of Genetics and Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, where she oversaw basic research and postdoctoral training grants in cell-cycle regulation, and in the Division of Training, Workforce Development, and Diversity, where she oversaw undergraduate and graduate student programs. Dr. Hamlet then worked as a program director at the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) in the Symptom Science, Genetics, and Self-Management Branch, overseeing clinical and preclinical portfolios focused on symptom biology, assessment, and clusters.
Dr. Hamlet earned a B.S.L.A. in French from Georgetown University, a master’s degree in zoology from Howard University, and a Ph.D. in cell and developmental biology from Harvard University. She conducted postdoctoral research at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Program Update | All of Us Marks One Year
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As the All of Us Research Program marks one year since its national launch, former Director Eric Dishman shares an update and previews what’s coming next for the program. This includes an update on the size and diversity of the health database that All of Us is building for researchers to speed up medical breakthroughs. Eric also announces the launch of the All of Us Research Program’s public Data Browser, which will be a valuable interactive tool for both participants and researchers. Stay tuned for more exciting updates from All of Us by following us on social media and signing up for our newsletter at JoinAllofUs.org .