Preparing the NIH Budget, Significance/Innovation sections, Mentors/Collaborators, PEDP requirement

Virtual

Spring 2024 NIRF Perfecting Your Craft Workshop This online seminar, is scheduled for May 10th, 2024. NIRF workshops run every 2nd Friday of the month,  open to any interested faculty at all NM-INBRE network institutions. All are virtual, All run from 2-5pm, with 4-5pm set aside for Q&A on any grant-related subject. Attendance will require registration, Click below to register today!

Tips for Attending Your First Scientific Conference

Virtual

Attending a scientific conference for the first time can be daunting, but the benefits to your professional development are significant. You'll learn about cutting-edge research, gain knowledge to help advance your career, and meet other students, faculty, and administrators from institutions around the nation. Presenting your research through a poster or oral presentation provides a platform to discuss your science while learning about the research being carried out by others. Conferences are an excellent opportunity to network and expand your professional contacts, and this webinar will help new attendees understand what to expect and how to maximize their experience. You will learn about: Reviewing the agenda in advance of the conference to plan your schedule Navigating the various components of a scientific conference Best practices for starting a conversation and describing your research Exploring career opportunities while attending the conference Networking strategies to increase your professional visibility

NIH Grants Process: A Brief Walk-Through for Beginners

Virtual

Are you new to working with the NIH grants process? If so, make plans to join your peers as the NIH walks through essential aspects of applying for funding. This event offers participants an opportunity to gain insight into the NIH’s organizational structure and how it funds research, resources to help find the right fit for your research including NIH Notices of Funding Opportunities (NOFOs), an overview of the grants process and peer review, NIH and applicant institution roles/responsibilities, and where to access help along the way. Hosted by the NIH Office of Extramural Research (OER) and the Center for Scientific Review (CSR), this simulive event includes a short recording, followed by a live Q&A with NIH experts. More than an hour will be devoted to addressing questions submitted during registration and new questions raised during the discussion. There will also be interactive opportunities to test your knowledge of submission policies and grant-related terminology. Webinar: NIH Grants Process: A Brief Walk-Through for Beginners Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2024 Time: 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. ET Registration Required Audience Anyone new to working with the NIH grants process, whether you are considering applying for funding, or may be assisting with application development. […]

NIH Structure with an Update on the Grant Review Process

Virtual

We invite you to attend our next session, which will provide faculty and OSP staff with an overview of the NIH grant funding process, including an overview of some significant changes that are coming to the peer-review process. Gaining an understanding of the NIH structure and grant review process can help you prepare a strong application and increase the likelihood of a favorable outcome for funding your research. This training will touch upon the following topics: Determining where your science fits best among the multiple NIH Institutes and Centers. Assignment and review process, providing insight into how applicants are evaluated with special considerations around SuRE and SuRE-First grants. Dynamics of the peer review process, with insight into how applications are evaluated. Interpreting summary statements and planning your next steps.