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  • NIH SBIR (R43) Application Review Strategies: Ensure a Winning Proposal Before Submitting | Principal Investigators Association
    complete this final review will be presented Also covered will be allowable post submission changes All of this information is geared toward a single goal to make sure that you have the best chance of being awarded funds by submitting the best possible application 5 Key Take Aways The most common sections of your application where errors occur Errors that the NIH sees most often in grant applications How to tackle the final review in manageable pieces Why having a colleague review the application is not enough Your options if you discover an error after submission Who Should Attend Any scientist currently working at a small company as well Principal Investigators post docs and graduate students who may be considering a switch from an academic laboratory to a small business research and development laboratory Dr Ludlow began his academic faculty career at the University of Rochester NY in 1991 with appointments in the department of biochemistry at the medical school and the university s cancer research center During this time he maintained an independently funded research laboratory training graduate students and post doctoral fellows in the area of tumor suppressor gene expression protein structure and function Funding for his laboratory came from a variety of sources including the NIH the American Cancer Society and private foundations Dr Ludlow began working in the commercial biotechnology sector in the year 2000 developing and managing research and pre clinical programs for cell therapy and tissue engineered products where he has continued to successfully compete in and advise on multiple NIH award programs Limited Time Offer Purchase this 60 Minute On Demand Webinar in CD Rom MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 199 149 Please note Each format includes the presentation handouts in PDF CDs are mailed within 48 hours A link to the

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  • Revising and Resubmitting an NIH Grant: Deciding Between A1 and A0 | Principal Investigators Association
    rejection of an A1 resubmission is to substantially revise the content and scope of the project in order to be eligible for submission as a new application Beginning in April of 2014 there is a new policy whereby researchers have an additional option to submit the same idea contained in the rejected A1 as an A0 application for the next appropriate due date Details of this new policy how it may shape your thinking whether to submit your revised application as A1 or A0 and strategies for the revision itself will be presented 5 Key Take Aways The success rate for resubmitted proposals has historically been higher than for first time submissions With the new resubmission policy change unless you would like the opportunity to address reviewer comments directly you do not have to resubmit as an A1 NIH will not assess the similarity of the science in the new application to any previously reviewed submission when accepting an application for review NIH s policy for accepting overlapping applications still remains in effect duplicate or highly overlapping applications under review at the same time is not allowed Your options if the proposal is turned down again or is just below the pay line Who Should Attend Any principal investigator post doctoral fellow graduate student who has already submitted an NIH grant application or is considering to do so This includes scientists in academia or employed by a small business which is eligible for federal funding a Presenter John W Ludlow Ph D began his academic faculty career at the University of Rochester NY in 1991 with appointments in the department of biochemistry at the medical school and the university s cancer research center During this time he maintained an independently funded research laboratory training graduate students and post doctoral fellows in the area of tumor suppressor gene expression protein structure and function Funding for his laboratory came from a variety of sources including the NIH the American Cancer Society and private foundations Dr Ludlow began working in the commercial biotechnology sector in 2000 developing and managing research and pre clinical programs for cell therapy and tissue engineered products where he has continued to compete in and advise on multiple NIH award programs Limited Time Offer Purchase this 60 Minute On Demand Webinar in CD Rom MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 197 109 Please Note Each format includes PDF Handouts CDs are mailed within 48 hours via US Mail A link to the MP4 and or PDF Transcript is available immediately after purchase Institutional Site License Price Ends Feb 19th And now you can order your site license for the On Demand Webinar MP4 for only 499 299 Upon ordering this On Demand Webinar you will receive a link to the MP4 recording with the PDF Handouts How it Works You will be supplied with the link to download and place the MP4 recording on your institutions secured intranet indefinitely All staff and students that have access to the institutions

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  • Leveraging In-Kind Resources to Get Your Research Started | Principal Investigators Association
    each type of resource and use them effectively to conduct research It will also discuss ways to address concerns that projects using students staff or community members to collect data are not rigorous research The Webinar will use examples from actual successful projects to describe various techniques Key Take Aways Through a combination of in house funding small grants service learning or PAR and arguing effectively for course releases or leveraging your time effectively scholars can produce quality research with limited funding Effective PAR and service learning projects require clear consistent data quality measures and ensuring that those collecting data are invested in the project Small projects can lead to big results Journals may need some extra explanation regarding your data collection Funders care more about the data quality and innovation in your pilot study then who paid for collecting the data Who Should Attend Junior scholars looking for start up strategies senior scholars unfamiliar with service learning and participatory action research PAR service learning coordinators outreach staff at universities and medical institutions Dr Jo Anne Schneider has been writing winning research proposals for social science research projects since the late 1980s She is a specialist in urban issues social welfare health and human services and health projects with hard to reach populations A former American Association for the Advancement of Science Policy and Technology Fellow at NIH she is currently an independent consultant She has also had a long standing affiliation as a Associate Research Professor at George Washington University While at NIH she designed a model to reach disparities populations for education and health improvement initiatives and evaluated NIH internal dissemination efforts An expert in research methods who has taught interdisciplinary social science research for over 20 years key publications include Schneider J A 2006 Using multi methods

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  • 5 Critical Steps to Build Team Trust | Principal Investigators Association
    success of teams of scientists How can trust be built What steps can be taken to develop trusting relationships foster open and productive communications and produce high quality results This must attend Webinar will examine 5 critical steps that PIs and research teams need to recognize and execute to achieve high trust levels Key Take Aways PIs will learn the value in projecting an open approachable personality to the team Believing in others without becoming pollyannaish Developing 3 commitment steps for any project How to keep an ego in check when approaching project success Two leadership traits all need to build trust Who Should Attend PIs administrators and researchers who work with teams that thrive in high trust environments Rick Parmely After teaching undergraduate chemistry at West Point and Juniata College Rick joined Restek in 1997 and until recently he directed Restek s technical education program He taught chemistry and separation science theory through the Restek Learning Network RLN and coached other RLN instructors in public speaking He taught Public Speaking to doctoral and post doctoral students at Yale Columbia and Rockefeller Universities as part of a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Program Recently Rick presented a full day communications workshop at The Pittsburgh Conference With over 30 years of teaching experience Rick has taught science and communications courses to widely diverse audiences including NATO officials technicians at the U N Pesticides Laboratory in Austria and scientists at the Universities of Nairobi Penn State University and UPenn Limited Time Offer Until Jan 27th Purchase this On Demand Webinar in CD MP4 or PDF Transcript format for only 149 69 Please Note Each format includes PDF Handouts CDs are mailed within 48 hours via US Mail A link to the MP4 and or PDF Transcript is available immediately after purchase Have additional

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  • Tell Your Scientific Story! How to Transform Your Data & Results into a Compelling Presentation | Principal Investigators Association
    template to better engage diverse audiences Powerful conclusions tips and tricks to make memorable presentations Who Should Attend PIs staff and students who present any forms of results and data to diverse audiences Rick Parmely After teaching undergraduate chemistry at West Point and Juniata College Rick joined Restek in 1997 and ntil recently he directed Restek s technical education program He taught chemistry and separation science theory through the Restek Learning Network RLN and coached other RLN instructors in public speaking He taught Public Speaking to doctoral and post doctoral students at Yale Columbia and Rockefeller Universities as part of a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Program Recently Rick presented a full day communications workshop at The Pittsburgh Conference With over 30 years of teaching experience Rick has taught science and communications courses to widely diverse audiences including NATO officials technicians at the U N Pesticides Laboratory in Austria and scientists at the University of Nairobi Penn State University and UPenn Price Purchase this On Demand Webinar in CD MP4 or PDF Transcript format for only 197 109 Please Note Each format includes PDF Handouts CDs are mailed within 48 hours via US Mail A link to the MP4 PDF Transcript is available immediately after purchase Institutional Site License Price Ends Feb 19th And now you can order your site license for the On Demand Webinar MP4 for only 499 299 Upon ordering this On Demand Webinar you will receive a link to the MP4 recording with the PDF Handouts How it Works You will be supplied with the link to download and place the MP4 recording on your institutions secured intranet indefinitely All staff and students that have access to the institutions secured intranet can utilize the On Demand Webinar and should not disseminate the product outside of the local

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  • Building Trust in the Lab: Why Your Mentor-Mentee Relationship Depends On It + Free Webinar MP4 | Principal Investigators Association
    and mentees Walk away with key strategies you can put into action today for building and nurturing trust in your lab and in any organization 5 Key Take Aways How to build strong communications which mitigate threats in a relationship and build trust How to cultivate and maintain respect between mentor and mentee Every relationship has bumps along the way how to use effective communications to undo past sins effectively What honest communication really means Mentor and mentee meetings are important trust builders How can they be managed effectively Who Should Attend Mentors and mentees who are developing a new relationship Those who want to maintain and strengthen relationships by focusing on strong communications and deep trust Rick Parmely After teaching undergraduate chemistry at West Point and Juniata College Rick joined Restek in 1997 and currently directs their technical education program He teaches chemistry and separation science theory through the Restek Learning Network RLN and coaches other RLN instructors in public speaking He taught Public Speaking to doctoral and post doctoral students at Yale Columbia and Rockefeller Universities as part of a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Program Recently Rick presented a full day communications workshop at The Pittsburgh Conference With over 30 years of teaching experience Rick has taught science and communications courses to widely diverse audiences including NATO officials technicians at the U N Pesticides Laboratory in Austria and scientists at the University of Nairobi Penn State University and UPenn Price Purchase this 60 Minute On Demand Webinar in CD Rom MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 197 149 BONUS Order today and you will also receive the 60 minute Webinar entitled The Mentoring Relationship What a Good Mentor Should Know What the Mentee Should Anticipate in MP4 format with your purchase a 179 value yours free Please note

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  • Storytelling to Inspire Funders | Principal Investigators Association
    research This Webinar will also include examples that show how stories can be employed to showcase research in grant reports proposals and cases for support You will examine several storytelling examples that will get the attention of funders and significantly increase your chances for success If you are a researcher looking for innovative techniques that can attract new sources of funding this can t miss Webinar is perfect for you 5 Key Take Aways PIs will learn how to take a fresh perspective when explaining their research PIs will understand the power of the story of one PIs will be ready to use funder donor centered language when telling stories about their research PIs will learn ways to condense their research into paragraphs sentences bullet points that tell stories PIs will use their storytelling writing to build strong presentations elevator speeches Who Should Attend Research scientists looking for funding both fledgling and experienced Newbies will have an advantage in cutting their teeth with storytelling techniques while more established researchers will be able to look at their projects with fresh eyes by employing storytelling to provide new perspectives John Greenhoe CFRE has more than 25 years of nonprofit leadership experience and for the last 15 years he has devoted his skills to attracting large philanthropic gifts from companies foundations and individuals Greenhoe is a professionally trained journalist with experience as a newspaper editor and radio news reporter He is also the author of an Amazon com bestselling book Opening the Door to Major Gifts Mastering the Discovery Call Charity Channel Press 2013 Greenhoe is further a highly sought after international philanthropy speaker having delivered talks in recent years in Europe Africa and New Zealand Price Purchase this 60 Minute On Demand Webinar in CD Rom MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 199 109 Please note Each format includes the presentation handouts in PDF CDs are mailed within 48 hours A link to the MP4 and or PDF Transcript is available immediately after purchase Institutional Site License Price Ends Feb 19th And now you can order your site license for the On Demand Webinar MP4 for only 499 299 Upon ordering this On Demand Webinar you will receive a link to the MP4 recording with the PDF Handouts How it Works You will be supplied with the link to download and place the MP4 recording on your institutions secured intranet indefinitely All staff and students that have access to the institutions secured intranet can utilize the On Demand Webinar and should not disseminate the product outside of the local institution You can purchase your site license online or call 800 303 0129 x500 or click here to download an order form Copyright for Institutional Site Licenses The entire contents of this publication are protected by Copyright worldwide and held by Scientific Researchers Resources All rights reserved Authorized users of the site license include staff student and contractors who have access to the institutions intranet Authorized users may retrieve and use the MP4

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  • Persuasive Writing for Scientists and Clinicians | Principal Investigators Association
    achieve outstanding results 5 Key Take Aways Understanding of why writing is bad and why PIs often write poorly this may not be as obvious as you think How to recognize and prevent redundancy in your work How to write a clear sentence make every word count How to write clear paragraphs the power behind proper word usage and beyond How to continually improve your writing new approaches that work Who Should Attend A scientist or clinician at any stage of their careers and students postdocs all of whom write grants and manuscripts Meet Your Presenter Dr Christopher Dant is on the faculty at Dartmouth Medical School His PhD work was in cellular and molecular biology and he worked at three major medical school research labs Early in his postgraduate career he apprenticed with a Senior Editor at JAMA and went on to work as a biomedical writer for life sciences investigators in academia private industry and government agencies Before coming to Dartmouth Dr Dant was a Projects Director at the Stanford Medical School for grants and manuscripts and served as the Director of Medical Publications at Genentech in California At Dartmouth he works with investigators in developing grant proposals and educates faculty in grant and manuscript writing He has worked through investigators at the NIH NSF NASA DOE and other federal agencies He also owns MEDCOM a private consulting firm that specializes in medical publications Limited Time Offer Purchase this 90 Minute On Demand Webinar in CD Rom MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 199 149 Please note Price reflected already includes discount Each format includes the presentation handouts in PDF CDs are mailed within 48 hours A link to the MP4 and or PDF Transcript is available immediately after purchase Valid on new orders only Have additional questions

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