Conference: Best Practices for Competitive Grant Applications: NIH Funding for Research

Name of conference  Best Practices for Competitive Grant Applications: NIH Funding for Research 
  • Medicine Engineering
Date of beginning  2018-10-05 
City  New York 
Country  USA 
Contact  Karen H. Wisdom 
Deadline for abstract  0000-00-00 
Expected participants 
Memo  1.Discussion of Federal funding agencies, including the NIH and the other Dept. of Health and Human Services Public Health Service agencies, as well as other agencies that support biomedical research (e.g., the Dept. of Defense, the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture). 2.Discussion of the different types of research funding mechanisms, including grants, cooperative agreements, and contracts, and the different types of grants, e.g., those that provide comprehensive costs for the research project (e.g., R01), as compared to those provide funding for pilot projects (e.g., R03). 3.Discussion of the mission and the different types of career development programs (e.g., K01, K08, K23, K24) will be provided. Discussion of the NIH review process specific for career development grant applications, including the role of NIH Institutes and Study Section review panels, deadlines, scoring system, Impact Scores, review criteria, and the allowed number of applications. URL: Tickets Price: Tuition : USD 50.0 Speakers: Columbia University Medical Center Faculty , Jaime S. Rubin PhD Category: Conferences | Science, Health and Medicine | CME (Continuing Medical Education) Venue details: Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Atchley Loeb Conference Room, 622 West 168th St 8th Floor, Room 107,New York, 10032, United States Time: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm 

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