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  • No. 19: The Collaborator Doesn’t Live Up to the Title | Principal Investigators Association
    Application Mentor An Educational How to Manual NIH R01 Funding Toolkit Writing in Science and Medicine Guide NIH Career Development K Awards Manual The Ins and Outs of NIH R Grants Multi methods Research Design for Applied and Translational Projects Guide NIH R01 Manual 4th Edition Revising and Resubmitting NIH Proposals Guide NIH R21 Grant Application Manual NIH R15 Grant Application Manual NSF Grant Application Mentor An Educational How to Manual How to Prepare an Award Winning Oral Presentation Webinar Pack Time Management Toolkit Lab Management Executive Report Library R01 Research Strategy Insider Tips to Ace the Most Important Part of Your Proposal NIH Short Form Answers to 16 Frequently Asked Questions Crowdfunding Why You Should Jump On This Innovative Funding Source New OLAW Guide Sets a High Bar for Cage Sizes Your NSF Funding Crucial Changes to Merit Review The Collaborator Doesn t Live Up to the Title Reader question My PI wants to put a collaborator on the grant application because he has a great reputation but I know he won t do anything for the research Should I say something Expert Comments Generally you likely should not say anything There are times even when the person does nothing for the grant that having them on the proposal will give the grant some additional weight If you are writing the application you must justify the collaborator s role so you must determine what that person s role will be If you re using him as a collaborator indicate that you will consult him for instance when there are unusual or difficult situations Include that you will approach the collaborator for advice throughout the project when needed Even if the person doesn t do much for the project he will probably still be accessible for that kind of input

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  • NIH SBIR Funding Toolkit | Principal Investigators Association
    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 Revising and Resubmitting an NIH Grant Deciding Between A1 and A0 a 149 value 60 Minute On Demand Webinar Available in CD MP4 or PDF Transcript This must attend Webinar has been designed to provide tips and strategies to improve your chances of being awarded funds after resubmitting your initial proposal While focusing primarily on the R01 mechanism the information presented can be applied to virtually all other NIH grant types 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 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 NIH SBIR R43 Application Review Strategies Ensure a Winning Proposal Before Hitting the Submit Button a 149 value 60 Minute On Demand Webinar Available in CD MP4 or PDF Transcript During this comprehensive Webinar strategies for breaking down your final grant application review into specific areas common errors made by applicants and how much time you should allow to 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 NIH SBIR Phase II Applicants Wow Reviewers with Your Commercialization Plan a 149 value 60 minute On Demand

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  • How to Design a High-Impact PowerPoint Presentation: Insider Secrets to Make You Shine | Principal Investigators Association
    meetings or at funding agencies Using PowerPoint in an effective manner enhances any presentation driving home your message and motivating listeners In this detail oriented Webinar we will explore the aspects of developing content aimed at producing PowerPoint slides that are properly formatted to achieve high impact results Several best practices are presented for differentiating your presentation from others Implementing these suggestions about design use of bullets slide count as well as proper referencing will communicate your message memorably and effectively Presenter 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 25 plus 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 5 Key Take Aways Suggestions for minimizing the number of words on each slide Determining effective use of bulleted lists Color and font styles that are effective in PowerPoint presentations Reasons for minimizing the number of slides Comparative looks at good and poor slide construction from effective presenters Who Should Attend Any who must develop and deliver compelling and effective presentations using PowerPoint PIs post docs and graduate students presenting data rich content at any type of event from national meetings to group project review meetings will benefit from this presentation Price Purchase this Webinar in your preferred format

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  • How to Prepare an Award Winning Oral Presentation | Principal Investigators Association
    working outline How to add life to any oral presentation A story or illustration template adds structure naturally Who Should Attend Scientists who make oral presentations before small and large audiences technical analysts and administrator interested in improving their presentation skills Award Winning Communications for Scientists Oral Presentations That Work a 197 value 60 Minute On Demand Webinar Available in CD MP4 or PDF Transcript During this insightful Webinar your expert presenter will highlight the key steps and practical tips you can apply to become a successful presenter at regional and national scientific conferences A standard meeting approach will also be discussed that will enliven your presentation engaging your audience and making you a hit Additionally ten key tips will be provided that when followed will make you a success at conference presentations 5 Key Take Aways Before walking to the podium knowing how to organize your presentation and why Understanding the key factors that inspire and engage audiences 10 Tips for making any national presentation a hit How to make your pre conference work yield successful results at the conference Essential presentation skills to achieve success at any oral presentation Who Should Attend Anyone presenting their findings at a local regional or national show or conference This could include graduate and post doctoral students and researchers principal investigators and project administrators How to Give an Award Winning Data Rich Presentation a 197 value 60 Minute On Demand Webinar Available in CD MP4 or PDF Transcript During this interactive Webinar your expert presenter will explore how scientists can effectively present data and results in an exciting convincing manner This session will empower the participant to seek new and interesting ways to present charts graphs and results while telling a story that ties the many parts together Several opportunities for audience involvement are included Walk away with several expert techniques to enliven talks engage audiences and make your presentation a hit 5 Key Take Aways How storytelling and science can work together to make your data presentation come alive Ten simple steps to wow your audience with your PowerPoint slides Key strategies for mastering audience contact why making a connection matters Inspirational speaking approaches you can use to successfully engage and motivate your audience How to craft powerful and effective conclusions why your final words are key Who Should Attend Scientists and other thought leaders who must effectively present data results and proposals to funding agencies to scientists at national meetings and to peer groups How to Design a High Impact PowerPoint Presentation Insider Secrets to Make You Shine a 129 value 45 Minute On Demand Webinar Available in CD or MP4 In this detail oriented Webinar we will explore the aspects of developing content aimed at producing PowerPoint slides that are properly formatted to achieve high impact results Several best practices are presented for differentiating your presentation from others Implementing these suggestions about design use of bullets slide count as well as proper referencing will communicate your message memorably and

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  • Time Management Toolkit for Scientists | Principal Investigators Association
    week PIs post docs and graduate students would benefit from learning how best to manage their time and multiple priorities in a fast paced environment Format This 2 hr on demand Webinar is available in CD MP4 or PDF Transcript Special Report Making Every Minute Count How PIs Can Fit 28 Hours Into a 24 Hour Day a 99 value You are pulled in all directions from finishing an experiment to writing test questions to mentoring a postdoc How often do you find yourself running out of time Weekly daily hourly For most busy scientists it seems there is never enough time in the day You must manage your lab write grant applications and do research all in the same day Take the first step and get this easy to read time management survival guide with over 45 pages of the valuable methods and expert tips to gaining control over your day Conquer the time wasters that are slowing you down and make every minute count Become a master of these skills and say goodbye to being stretched too thin Managing multiple priorities Turn every 24 hour day into 28 hour day by getting more done Identify and eliminate time wasters Recognizing and overcoming productivity blocks Defragment your day by overcoming the disorganization Define priorities and follow through to keep research moving Learn time saving to do list techniques Tips on brainstorming for time saving ideas how to get your team involved Format This 45 pg report comes in digital PDF format On Demand Webinar Balancing Your Academic and Personal Lives How to Maintain Equilibrium on the Road to Tenure and or Promotion 149 value Granted there are times when particular deadlines or activities require late nights early mornings or even work on the weekends However scientists need to identify boundaries between their academic and personal lives setting standards for what is and is not acceptable and then consistently enforce those ideals During this interactive Webinar Dr Brawner identifies challenges PIs face on the road to tenure and or promotion and offers suggestions toward maintaining equilibrium in your academic and personal ventures 5 Key Take Aways Strategies to carve out sacred time for your own physical mental spiritual and emotional restoration Ways to discern if when and how to say no in a politically correct manner Development of targeted plans to stay on top of tenure and promotion expectations while seeing projects and to do list items through to timely completion Identify the importance of not allowing your career to define who you are it should complement not define you Learn how to strive for equilibrium in your academic and personal lives with self temperature checks when one indefinitely appears to be taking precedent over the other Format This 60 minute on demand Webinar is available in CD MP4 or PDF Transcript On Demand Webinar Stress Management for Scientists When Deep Breathing is Not Enough 129 value Many busy scientists feel overwhelmed by the amount of work they need to

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  • Lab Management Executive Report Library | Principal Investigators Association
    s trickier than many would guess A scientist might assume something isn t IP when it very well might be or just the reverse If you are concerned about creating and protecting IP this 55 pg Special Report Intellectual Property Patents Vital Facts Every PI Needs to Know is a treasure chest of tips tactics and advice you simply can t ignore Inside this executive report you will get answers to these every day questions among others Who Owns the Data Collected by a PI Over Many Years Can PI Win Co Author Credit Based on Ignored Verbal Agreement My Electronic Data Is It Credible Enough to Serve as Proof of Invention It s My Invention Shouldn t My Name Go on the Patent Application Can a Social Media Message Be Disclosure That Torpedos Your Patent Application And many more Research Paper Authorship Expert Comments on Vexing Questions Experts generally agree that the decision on when to get your results into print should be driven by the science not simply your desire to see your name in the high end journals as often as possible For this 35 pg special report our editors have selected for you the most helpful authorship related items that appeared in the pages of Principal Investigator Advisor monthly eNewsletter This unique assembly is a treasure chest of tips tactics and advice for any investigator concerned with author order publishing and plagiarism Find answers to these every day questions Are You Ready to Publish Factors to Help You Decide How Many Papers Should a PI Publish Each Year What to Do About Unwanted Inclusion as a Co Author What s the Dividing Line Between Fair Use and Plagiarism And More Expert Advice on 17 Challenges in Assuring Laboratory Animal Welfare If you re involved in or concerned with the proper treatment of laboratory animals these tips tactics and advice will help you bolster your compliance with pertinent rules and regulations This executive report focuses on these critical animal welfare issues care handling and research Inside this 46 pg report you ll find answers to troublesome real world situations including Dealing with aggressive behavior Verifying rodent health accurately Managing pain and the potential need for euthanasia Determining whether research can continue when an animal is injured And much more BONUS 60 Minute Webinar How to Build an Effective Lab Team Communication Environment This team driven Webinar will examine the characteristics of supportive and defensive communication environments as well as how specific communication behaviors impact clinical research team function Drawing from her experiences as a clinical research lab supervisor and communication scholar your expert presenter will give you real life examples to study how group dynamics can influence the communication environment and overall team productivity 5 Key Take Aways Clearly identify the main differences between defensive and supportive communication environments Step by step guidance for building a supportive communication environment why you shouldn t wait until you are faced with a team crisis Real life examples to help

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  • R01_Research_Strategy | Principal Investigators Association
    pond you re facing serious competition for the coveted R01 award Therefore your proposal MUST stand out among the crowd and inspire reviewers to push your application forward One particular part of your proposal will make or break your chances of funding The Research Strategy section of NIH s R01 grant proposals is the true meat of the entire application You ll likely find yourself spending the greatest amount of time and effort on composing your Research Strategy which is a smart thing Read this White Paper to learn How to determine if your work is HOT Significance Prove the Importance of Your Research Break It Down How to Simplify Your Significance Section Significance Vs Impact How to Tell the Difference Innovative Vs Feasible What You Need to Prove Approach Choose Your Level of Detail Carefully Avoid These Common Approach Section Mistakes How to Organize Your Approach Section What Kinds of Data You Should Present What to Include in Your Progress Report And much more Please provide your contact information below to immediately receive your FREE white paper from Principal Investigators Association entitled R01 RESEARCH STRATEGY Insider Tips to Ace the Most Important Part of Your Proposal You ll also be enrolled to receive our email newsletters and special offers targeted to your interests There is absolutely no cost or obligation Please make sure to fill out all fields marked with an asterisk First Name Last Name Title Institution Address 1 Address 2 City State AK AL AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DC DE FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY ZIP Postal

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  • NIH Short Form: Answers to 16 Frequently Asked Questions | Principal Investigators Association
    Part of Your Proposal NIH Short Form Answers to 16 Frequently Asked Questions Crowdfunding Why You Should Jump On This Innovative Funding Source New OLAW Guide Sets a High Bar for Cage Sizes Your NSF Funding Crucial Changes to Merit Review When NIH instituted the new short form grant application in January 2010 the agency provided little guidance regarding how to tackle the various sections of this instrument Nonetheless Principal Investigators have to use the form to obtain funding from the agency Listed inside this white paper are 16 frequently asked questions directly from PIs just like you And the answers have been provided by grant winning experts with advice they have gleaned from years in the award seeking trenches and serving as NIH reviewers Please provide your contact information below to immediately receive your FREE white paper entitled NIH Short Form Answers to 16 Frequently Asked Questions You ll also be enrolled to receive our email newsletters and special offers targeted to your interests There is absolutely no cost or obligation Please make sure to fill out all fields marked with an asterisk First Name Last Name Title Institution Address 1 Address 2 City State AK AL AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DC DE FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY ZIP Postal Code Country United States Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Antigua and Deps Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Brunei Bulgaria Burkina Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Central African Rep Chad Chile China Colombia Comoros Congo

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