NIH Master Class
All faculty members, regardless of discipline, should attend if they are considering a center grant application or contract proposal.

Wednesday, May 1, 2013
8-10 a.m.
Biodesign Auditorium
Register online by April 26, 2013
Space is limit to 35 participants. To register, use the “SIGN IN” link at the top, right corner of the web page. Then scroll to the bottom to review and submit your registration.

Led by nationally recognized instructor Meg Bouvier, participants will understand how to approach the complexities of creating a center grant application or contract proposal. The seminar will be highly interactive. Participants are encouraged to share active or potential FOA information, outlines, and/or proposal drafts prior to the seminar to receive optimal benefit and tailored content.


NIH General Forum
Wednesday, May 1, 2013

10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building 4 (ISTB4), Marston Exploration Theater
Register online by April 26, 2013
To register, use the “SIGN IN” link at the top, right corner of the web page. Then scroll to the bottom to review and submit your registration.
Lunch will be provided.

This all-day event will prepare participants to navigate the NIH, prepare competitive proposals, understand the various mechanisms for funding, craft a competitive proposal, and navigate the proposal submission process. The research forum will feature several faculty members at the early stages of their career and those with mature NIH research programs. Faculty members should attend if they are interested in starting, expanding, or improving their NIH award portfolio.

Keynote Speaker
Raymond Dubois, M.D., Ph.D., is Executive Director of the Biodesign Institute and holds joint appointments as Dalton Chair in ASU’s School of Health Solutions, and Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and the Cancer Prevention Program partnership with the Mayo Clinic. Dubois is an internationally renowned physician-scientist and expert in researching, leading, and advancing programs in a university setting.

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