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During this webinar, Dr. Jamie S. Rubin will address best practices for effective Grantsmanship, approaches for competitive applications and tips to in-crease changes for success when developing a National Institutes of Health (NIH) Institutional Research Training Grant proposal. Dr. Rubin will discuss topics such as key required components of the application, specific content that should be addressed when completing these sections and NIH’s Institutional Research Training Grant review process, scoring system and review criteria.

Webinar: Best Practices and Effective Grantsmanship for Competitive NIH Institutional Research Training Grant Applications

Date
December 6, 2016
Time
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Pre-registration required?
Yes
Registration closed?
No

The ability to write successful applications for extramural support is now more important than ever, especially with regard to an institution’s ability to support the re-search training and career development of its graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. During this webinar, Dr. Jamie S. Rubin will address best practices for effective Grantsmanship, approaches for competitive applications and tips to in-crease changes for success when developing a National Institutes of Health (NIH) Institutional Research Training Grant proposal. Dr. Ru-bin will discuss topics such as key required components of the application, specific content that should be addressed when completing these sections and NIH’s Institutional Research Training Grant review process, scoring system and review criteria.

This webinar will focus on:
• Learning about the NIH Institutional Research Training Grant application process in granular detail.
• Find out about the key components of a successful proposal and how best to competitively complete these sections.
• Address review criteria specific for NIH’s Institutional Research Training Grants proposals.
   
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All registered attendees for a live webinar receive a PDF of the presentation, access to the on-demand presentation for one (1) year and one (1) hour of Edu-cation Cred-it.