Commitment to Respect

The TRAM program is committed to a culture that is supportive and respectful to all. We believe that scientists from various backgrounds, including those with disabilities, will enhance scientific inquiry to holistically meet our challenge of preserving mobility over the lifespan. We cultivate trainees to become leaders throughout their careers.

  • Goal 1: An exceptional academic environment that reflects the breadth of thought essential for preeminence, achieved by a community of students, faculty, and staff who have a variety of experiences and backgrounds.
  • Goal 2: An outstanding and accessible education that prepares students for work, citizenship, and life. 
  • Goal 3: Faculty recognized as preeminent by their students and peers.
  • Goal 4: Growth in research and scholarship that enhances fundamental knowledge and improves the lives of the world’s citizens.
  • Goal 5: A strengthened public engagement of the university’s programs with local, national, and international communities.
  • Goal 6: Alumni who are successful in their careers and in life and who are proud to be graduates of the University of Florida.
  • Goal 7: A physical infrastructure and efficient administration and support structure that enables preeminence.

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TRAM adopts guidelines by the NIH to enhance of training programs