Webinar: Career Development is Essential: Preparing Yourself to be Successful with the NIH Process

Participants will gain insight into the NIH grant proposal process such as:

  • Tips for establishing yourself as an expert in your chosen field (e.g., publishing, collaborating)
  • How to build relationships with established senior researchers with whom to collaborate
  • The importance of securing opportunities to collect preliminary data to support NIH proposals
  • The need for engaging students in your research and training

Webinar: Tips for Persisting through the Challenges, Getting Funded and Doing the Science at a Teaching University

Participants will gain insight into the NIH grant proposal process such as:

  • What is the process from submitting an A0 (first time submission) to an A1 (an edited and resubmitted application)?
  • What are some tips to consider when receiving not so favorable scores on the first submission?
  • How to decide when to resubmit if not funded the first time (and how many times is one allowed to resubmit), and
  • What to consider when addressing the feedback from reviewers’ comments.

2020 CHER Institute: a six-day research training and mentoring experience for early career faculty

Online, from Long Beach, California across the US!

The CHER Institute is an online six-day, intensive research training and mentoring experience for early career faculty at minority serving institutions to enhance their readiness to conduct community-based, social and health behavior research.

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