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  • NIH K Awards Funding Toolkit | Principal Investigators Association
    insightful Webinar you will learn what counts as data and understand the agencies expectations and requirements for the data management plan Your expert presenter will cover how to think about managing your data before you begin your proposed research to insure usability long run preservation and access You will get the guidelines on funding the plan and examine model data management plans and processes to create them This is not hard but it is a requirement for a competitive proposal Walk away with the ability to easily and efficiently address the data management or data sharing plan requirement for your proposal to include Distinguish data types Understand the five key components and requirements Develop an access and sharing protocol Create a plan with examples you can use New NIH Biosketch Format Keys to Writing a Compelling Scientific Narrative a 149 value 60 Minute On Demand Webinar Available in CD MP4 or PDF Transcript During this information packed webinar your expert presenter will cover the changes made to the biosketch which involve telling your scientific story Such a story should feature your major accomplishments as they lead to the current grant you are requesting This Webinar will also cover which accomplishments to include and what not to mention 5 Key Take Aways Methods for writing a compelling scientific narrative Style and substance points based on career stage The new page limits and how to effectively use the space How to pick your most influential papers to indicate your impact on the field How to put your best foot forward while remaining humble From the K Award to the R Grant How the NIH Judges Your Potential for Independence a 149 value 90 Minute On Demand Webinar Available in CD MP4 or PDF Transcript During this career oriented webinar you will look at the key review criteria that NIH uses to judge a K award and tie them to the K application which is then tied to the R grant and a different set of review criteria Understanding each of these will provide early investigators with tools to not only writing their K and R grants but more importantly how they should be thinking about their careers long term 5 Key Take Aways A clear understanding of how PIs transition from mentored careers to independent careers How the NIH judges whether a candidate has the potential for independence How the transition from mentored work to independence should happen What are the most important criteria you should consider before you write the K award Where the NIH looks to find evidence of your potential for independence NIH Career Development K Awards Taking Your Research Career to New Heights a 149 value 2 5 Hr On Demand Webinar Available in CD MP4 or PDF Transcript During this Webinar Dr Christopher Dant digs into the different NIH training and career development programs discusses what programs are tailored to specific individuals during their career and provides an overview of how to write a competitive K award

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  • Persuasive Writing for Scientists Webinar Library | Principal Investigators Association
    enjoy the writing which is reflected in their unclear prose Furthermore authors are so familiar with the material that they find it difficult to step back and view it from the reader s perspective many whom are not as familiar with the science The unavoidable result the loss or delay of disseminating important and critical information to the science community Taught by a former medical journal editor writer and scientist this Webinar will walk you through a systematic approach for writing each section of the manuscript considering common mistakes most scientists make in each and with the manuscript as a whole By the end of this Webinar attendees will be able to vastly improve their manuscript writing strategies and skills to increase the chance for acceptance 5 Key Take Aways A proven strategy for writing a paper Ability to evaluate your manuscript with the editor s eye Ability to understand how to clearly present data in figures and tables How to write a clear abstract The top key takeaways from professional journal editors Presented by D r 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 60 minute Webinar available in CD Rom MP4 and PDF Transcript It is very easy for research scientists to fall into the trap of trying to make a case for their research without showing the impact of the same in a convincing way To do this effectively we must tell compelling stories Science shows that audience retention increases dramatically when we tell stories If there is a plot to be examined people are more likely to remain engaged This Webinar will 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 Presented by 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

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  • NSF I-Corps Grant Educational Pack | Principal Investigators Association
    need for innovation education infrastructure and research Who Should Attend Principal Investigators co PIs senior personnel and research team members who have been previously funded by the NSF or who are currently seeking NSF funds and wish to develop the commercial potential of their research Grant developers and sponsored research officers at Universities wishing to expand upon their existing innovation or entrepreneurial units Available format CD MP4 or PDF Transcript 60 Minute Webinar NSF Innovation Corps Competing Successfully for Nodes Teams and Sites This Webinar will overview the program from its beginning in 2011 that focused on Innovation Teams through the new additional I Corps competitions Sites and Nodes Sites first funded in 2013 are an overt attempt to develop infrastructure to locally support innovation teams I Corps Nodes are regionally focused Nodes are envisioned as dynamic networks of resources and connections to bring innovation to scale During this insightful Webinar you will learn how nodes are expected to gather analyze evaluate and utilize data and best practices from the I Corps program and share them on a national scale Your expert presenter will also describe a single or multi institution approach to Node development 5 Key Take Aways A strategy to build your research group s innovation infrastructure Sources for information on successful I Corps proposal development Examples of successful Teams Nodes and Sites what has been funded Advantages of proposing a Node as a multi institution team Tactics for engaging industry partners and forming long term industry relationships Who Should Attend PIs of NSF basic research grants Post docs and team members who may become part of an I Corps team PIs who have not yet submitted a grant to the NSF but are considering doing so Industry partners of PIs interested in potential commercialization Sponsored Research Officers

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  • NIH P-series Award Mechanism Educational Pack | Principal Investigators Association
    of program The most frequently used programs in this series include research program project grants P01 in which multiple investigators and programs work toward a common goal exploratory grants P20 used to fund planning activities for large projects center core grants P30 which fund shared resources or facilities and specialized center grants P50 which fund all aspects of a project on a specific disease or research area While all of these series programs must support NIH s mission to reduce the burden of illness and disability and extend healthy life each grant in the P series also have individualized objectives This executive report will discuss the similarities and differences among these four programs while focusing on the P30 mechanism when covering the application and merit review process Particular attention will be paid to the Shared Resources component as this provides an opportunity to purchase state of the art equipment and instrumentation benefitting a group of investigators working towards a common research goal Tips will be provided on how to best position your proposal for successfully being awarded funds Inside this 18 pg executive report you will find expert guidance for Choosing the Right P Series Award Type The Ins and Outs of the P30 Mechanism Letters of Support for Your P30 Application Should You Include Vendor Support 3 Critical Questions to Address When Writing the Center Core Proposal The Importance of the Shared Resource How to Make a Convincing Argument Budget Request for Shared Resources What You Should Include Plus much more Formats Digital PDF 60 Minute Webinar The NIH P series Award Mechanism Is P30 Right for You a 149 value A P30 Center Core Grant consist of discrete units or cores each devoted to a specific activity that would be impractical or less efficient to support on an individual research project grant The purpose of each core is to support a resource or service that enhances or facilitates the research efforts of a group of independent investigators each already having some form of NIH funding Cores may involve the purchase and maintenance of a shared instrument Some sharing of Core Grant resources and services with other NIH funded collaborators is encouraged During this information packed Webinar your expert presenter will cover the specifics and difference of the application process for each of these 4 programs with a focus on the P30 award mechanism highlighting strategies to best position your proposal for successfully being awarded funds 5 Key Take Aways The requirements for eligibility Dissemination of information center director s meeting What budgetary items and supportable activities can be requested Competing and non competing renewals Core usage by outside institutions Presenter 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

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  • NIH U01 Cooperative Agreement Educational Pack | Principal Investigators Association
    agreements through its U awards the U01 is its often preferred award designation These awards which are somewhat different than the traditional R01 grant mechanism support a discrete specified delineated project to be performed by the named investigator s in an area representing their specific interest and competencies Equipment purchases are allowed under a U award Applicants must respond to a U award funding opportunity announcement FOA as unsolicited applications are not accepted by the NIH This executive report will cover the differences between a grant a contract and a cooperative agreement to help you make a decision as to whether a cooperative agreement is an appropriate funding mechanism for you Also covered will be the specifics of the NIH cooperative agreement application process using the U01 as an example covering milestone driven research and strategies to best position your application for successfully being awarded funds Inside this 16 pg executive report you will find expert guidance for The Cooperative Agreement Approach to Research Funding Overview of the U01 Award Mechanism Is a U01 the Most Appropriate Mechanism for Your Idea U01 Cooperative Agreements are Milestone Driven What This Means to You The U01 Proposal and What It Consists of Setting Your Capabilities Apart from Those of Others in the Field Equipment Budget Requests What You Need to Keep in Mind How are U01 Applications Reviewed Find Out Here Plus much more Formats Digital PDF PDF will be available immediately after purchase of pack 60 Minute Webinar Research Cooperative Agreements The U series Award Mechanism a 197 value There are 81 different U series award types listed on the NIH website Some are very specific with narrow objectives such as the U11 which is titled Study in China of Periconceptional Vitamin Supplements to Prevent Spina Bifida and Anencephaly Cooperative Agreements This Webinar will focus on those having the most relevance to a diverse crowd of biomedical researchers For example the U01 mechanism is particularly appropriate if you are considering a project involving pre clinical testing of novel drugs or some other type of treatment modality Likewise the U10 supports clinical evaluation of various methods of therapy and or prevention in specific disease areas Also covered will be the U43 and U44 awards which support projects that may ultimately lead to commercial products or services and several selected other U series award types During this educational Webinar your expert presenter will cover the specifics of the application process the differences between a grant and a cooperative agreement milestone driven research and highlighting strategies to best position your application for successfully being awarded funds 5 Key Take Aways A CRADA is not intended to be a general funding mechanism How to clearly identify the milestones in the U series applications The business like feel of a cooperative agreement compared to an R series Who is really in control of the project the PI or the agency Time and effort the PI needs to commit Presenter Dr Ludlow began his academic faculty career

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  • R01 Funding Educational Pack + BONUS Reference Card | Principal Investigators Association
    Work Can Make or Break Your R01 Proposal How to Make Your Specific Aims Shine Impressing Reviewers with Your Impact Will the Results of Your Proposed Work Have Great Meaning Nail Your Approaches Avoid These Serious Mistakes Tout Your Innovation Don t Miss Your Chance to Get Reviewers on Board How R01 Compares to Other Research Grants Format 20 page executive report in PDF format R01 Grant Preparation What You Should Know Before You Apply a 197 value You may have an amazing research idea that will shake the very roots of the scientific world but if it does not meet the requirements set o ut by the NIH and its Institutes Centers and Offices ICOs your application will not get past the initial review The more time and effort you put into your planning process the more effective it will be and the more smoothly your proposal writing will be Every grant application requires a great deal of information work and time and planning ahead only helps you to stay focus on your goals Key Take Aways Effective strategies for developing an RO1 grant Why Impact is everything Creating a writing schedule what to include Insider tips to develop a targeted Title for your proposal And much more Format 60 Minute On Demand Webinar available in CD MP4 or PDF Transcript 50 Pearls of NIH Grant Application Wisdom a 49 value Finally there is a useful quick reference card that you can use to complete your grant proposal and help you get more money from the NIH Principal Investigators Association has teamed with grant application experts to bring you 50 Pearls of NIH Grant Application Wisdom Keep this convenient card at your desk and apply these time tested tips to your NIH grant application Knowing how to maximize the

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  • Grant PO Pack | Principal Investigators Association
    and make the most of your communication strategies when contact grant program officers at the National Institutes of Health NIH and the National Science Foundation NSF Must have step by step expert guidance nside this 12 pg report includes Inside Scoop What POs Can Offer Use this six step process to open up a beneficial dialogue with POs Contacting Program Officers FAQs And more Available in digital format PDF 60 Minute On Demand Webinar Can We Talk Contacting Grant Program Officers This insightful Webinar will reveal the reasons why establishing contact is a necessity for PIs and describe a five step planning model to ensure a positive dialog including specific questions to ask Key Take Aways Recognizing relational skills as important to success as grant writing skills Techniques for identifying the appropriate program officer s to contact Five step process to initiate and maintain a constructive dialog and much more Choose your preferred format CD MP4 or PDF Transcript BONUS 60 minute Webinar in MP4 Format a 197 value yours free What Do Grant Reviewers Really Want Anyway Join us for this insightful webinar and walk away with a deeper understanding of how grant reviewers evaluate and score proposals Plus follow these insider tips to ensure you include the specific criteria reviewers are looking for 5 Key Take Aways Identify the five key characteristics you must build into each proposal to be successful Understand why the abstract is the most important writing you will do Know how to avoid the most common mistakes that cause good ideas to be rejected Understand the typical dynamics and procedures of grant review panels Learn how grant reviewers view the strengths and weaknesses of the peer review system Limited Time Offer Three products unparalleled advice 1 super low rate only 179 T hat s

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  • NSF CAREER Award Infographic | Principal Investigators Association
    Mentor eAlert Back Issues Subscribe Research Funding eAlert Back Issues Advertise The NSF CAREER Award Which Directorate is Right for You The National Science Foundation s Faculty Early Career Development CAREER Award Program provides five years of financial support for junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher scholars through outstanding research excellent education and the integration of education and research within the context of the mission of their organizations This large NSF program has been around for years and intends to make 400 awards in 2015 With the July 2015 deadline fast approaching this Infographic will help you decide which directorate at the NSF is right for your research Click here for the Downloadable Version PDF For more information on the NSF CAREER Award Check out our Newest Manual NSF Career Award A How to Manual for Crafting a Winning Proposal If you are reading the information on this page you must be a young investigator beginning a career as a scientist and educator Congratulations on your success so far NSF runs several major funding programs and a CAREER application is in many ways a typical NSF research grant proposal However there are some important aspects of the CAREER

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