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The Center for Faculty Development's Office for Research Career Development presents a seminar for HMS faculty and trainees. This two-part program is designed to help new grant writers understand the characteristics of a successful Research Plan for an NIH R01 grant.

HMS Faculty & Trainees Seminar: Perspectives on the NIH Research Plan

Date
August 8, 2016
Time
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Pre-registration required?
Yes
Registration closed?
No

The Center for Faculty Development's Office for Research Career Development presents a seminar for HMS faculty and trainees.

Perspectives on the NIH Research Plan: Grant Writing Panel Discussion & Review Session

This two-part program is designed to help new grant writers understand the characteristics of a successful Research Plan for an NIH R01 grant.

During Part I's panel discussion, three NIH senior faculty will share tips for writing a clear and effective Research Plan, based on their experience with recently funded NIH grants. In Part II's review session, small groups of participants will get feedback on their Specific Aims sections of their own NIH grant application.

Panelists: Ingrid Bassett, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases
Dennis Brown, PhD, Professor of Medicine, Director, Office for Research Career Development
Cammie Lesser, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases

Monday, August 8
Time: Panel Discussion 12 to 1 pm
         Review Session   1 to 2:30 pm
Location provided upon registration

All are welcome to attend Part I: Panel Discussion. To be eligible for Part II: Review Session, you must submit a polished draft of the Specific Aims for an R-level grant that you are currently preparing for submission to NIH (R01, R03 or R21). Limited space available for review session.

Deadline to submit your Specific Aims: 12 pm on Monday, August 1.

Please click here to register by Monday, August 1.