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  • An Investigators Guide to NIH Funding: Part 1: Deciphering NIH Funding For Beginners | Principal Investigators Association
    available how to information to help you there too yet creating a new grant strategy to support your research is a totally different matter This is where knowledge of the agency NIH and targeted funding opportunities can help you shape that strategy During Part 1 of this 2 Part Webinar series you will navigate the NIH Institutes understand what a Principal Investigator is and how the agency works This includes understanding the NIH s do s and don ts identifying funding opportunities that include new training and career awards best practices when dealing with the sponsored research office at your institution and much more Important this Webinar series has been designed for post docs senior graduate students and others who have never been principal investigators before Who should attend this webinar People who are making the transition from postdoc to research investigator early stage investigators seeking to shape a grant s strategy members of research teams including advanced graduate students seeking a deeper knowledge of grants funding agencies and research careers This is designed for applicants who have not successfully competed as a PI on a major NIH grant 5 Key take Aways How to create a research strategy that uses grants as a support mechanism A comprehensive list of free and accessible resources for new investigators What you need to know and be able to do as a Principal Investigator for the first time How to qualify for new and early stage investigator status An awareness of how funding decisions are made Meet Your Expert Presenter Michael Lesiecki PhD is the principal investigator for a large grant from the National Science Foundation s Advanced Technological Education program He has 27 peer reviewed journal publications and one patent He received his PhD in Physical Chemistry from Oregon State University He

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  • An Investigators Guide to NIH Funding: Part 2: Breaking Into NIH Funding and Beyond – A How-to Guide for New & Early Career Investigators | Principal Investigators Association
    and wish to break into NIH funding in a significant way here s your chance There are various NIH awards including some lesser known types such as Pioneer Awards Transformative Research Projects Awards and New Innovator Awards which can help get your career started on the right foot But given the highly competitive funding environment what are the best options for you During this information packed Webinar your expert presenter will detail how to create a grant strategy to support your early stage research identify New and Early Career funding options including R01s training and career awards guide you through establishing a relationship with a program officer to target opportunities and much more Important this Webinar was preceded separately by Part 1 which described the most important factors to consider for those embarking on a research career That Webinar is designed for post docs senior graduate students and others who have never been principal investigators before This specific Webinar Part 2 focuses on New and Early Stage Investigators Who should attend this webinar New and Early Stage investigators seeking to shape a grants strategy and identify opportunities for funding New investigators who wish a deeper understanding of the NIH and its funding mechanisms 5 Key take Aways Inside scoop on Pioneer Awards Transformative Research Project Awards and New Innovator Awards among others Increasing funding probability through classification as an Early Stage investigator Sources of guidance for investigators early in their careers Targeting institutes and initiatives that may have a statistically better funding rate What reviewers evaluate for the scoring system and the decision matrix Meet Your Expert Presenter Michael Lesiecki PhD is the principal investigator for a large grant from the National Science Foundation s Advanced Technological Education program He has 27 peer reviewed journal publications and one patent He

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  • Consulting for Biomedical and Biotechnology Companies: Is it Right for You? | Principal Investigators Association
    pre clinical studies regulatory filing and quality control and assurance Depending on the duties the consultant may work from home work at the client s facility or travel on behalf of the client This insightful Webinar will cover areas within the biomedical and biotechnology sectors where consultants are often employed the different types of work environments for consultants a generalized approach for starting your own consulting business and some points to ponder when thinking about consulting as a career 5 Key Take Aways How to get started with consulting How to determine if consulting is right for you Expectations from a career in consulting The advantages and disadvantages of a long term consulting agreement Available resources Who Should Attend Any academic PI scientist post doctoral fellow wanting to see if consulting for biomedical and biotechnology companies is a reasonable alternative to their current employment situation Limited Time Offer Price 49 Ends Feb 12th Purchase this Webinar in CD MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 165 49 Please note Each format includes PDF Handouts CDs are mailed within 48 hours via US Mail MP4 and PDF Transcripts are emailed from email protected immediately Meet Your Presenter Dr John 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 Dr Ludlow left academics in 2000 to work in the commercial biotechnology sector developing and managing research and pre clinical programs for cell therapy and tissue engineered products He currently holds contracted consulting positions with two companies as Executive Director of Regenerative

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  • Hone Your Writing Skills to Create Compelling Proposals for Private Funders | Principal Investigators Association
    and cases for support will provide participants with practical tips for putting a powerful ask on paper Greenhoe a popular presenter whose speaking credits include Europe Africa and New Zealand will share tips and shortcuts for kick starting your proposal writing and also provide templates that can be referred to every time a written proposal is needed Key Take Aways Learn the importance of crafting a proposal document to supplement the solicitation Gain tips for powerful writing that create compelling and urgent proposals Learn about different types of great fundraising writing from one page concept papers to full blown proposals Walk away with strategies to successfully lead up to and follow up on the written proposal Who Should Attend PIs who struggle to communicate their research in simple written form PIs who wish to communicate their research to mainstream audiences PIs who wish to crystalize their research into short memorable bullet points Presenter John Greenhoe CFRE is an internationally recognized speaker who is noted for providing intriguing and stimulating presentations centering on the topic of fundrasing His speaking credits include presentations in Europe Africa and New Zealand Greenhoe has more than 20 years of experience in non profit leadership roles and currently serves as Director of Major Gifts at Western Michigan University During his professional career John has written hundreds of case statements for capital campaigns annual fund drives and project specific fundraising efforts Greenhoe is classified as an AFP Master Teacher and has a master s degree in philanthropy and development from Saint Mary s Minn University He has maintained his Certified Fund Raising Executive credential since 2000 Presentation Handouts Click below to view the presentation handouts Hone Your Writing Skills to Create Compelling Proposals from Principal Investigators Association Only 49 Ends Feb 12th Purchase this 60 Minute On

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  • Foundations and Societies: A Strong Funding Ally for Biomed Researchers | Principal Investigators Association
    will be looking more aggressively towards non profit foundations and societies to support their disease related work In this comprehensive Webinar examples of some of the top grant awarding foundations will be discussed including their application and approval process along with the purpose for the funds they provide ie research grants fellowships student stipends Also covered will be non profit organization philosophies towards awarding grants highlighting the mind set similarities and differences from federal granting agencies Tips will also be presented to help you find out about these organizations and how to best approach them with your ideas along with how your past or current funding status can affect a foundation s decision to support you 5 Key Take Aways How a bench to bedside approach to your research project resonates with disease specific foundations Look locally for an organization that may be interested in what your lab is working on Connections can often be the key to winning non profit support Becoming a peer reviewer for non profit organizations can help open the funding door Previous or current funding for your work will help you in attracting foundation and society support Who Should Attend Principal investigators post doctoral fellows graduate students Dr John 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 2000 developing and managing research

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  • Master Your Oral Presentation by Avoiding These Top 10 Traps | Principal Investigators Association
    often viewed as acceptable when they are NOT As simple as they may seem these are the culprits behind many failed talks A framework for good presenting style will be developed and presented during this interactive Webinar Master Your Oral Presentation By Avoiding These Top 10 Traps 1 Knowing NO ONE 2 Failing to ILLUSTRATE 3 Going OVERTIME 4 Being DULL or LIFELESS 5 Becoming a Good READER 6 Becoming A Good JUMPER 7 Being DULL 8 Not FUNNY 9 No EYE CONTACT 10 No PRACTICE 5 Key Take Aways Identifying 10 common traps that we all fall into when preparing for and making public oral presentations Understanding why practice and timing go hand in hand in well organized presentations How storyboarding effectively builds a 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 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 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

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  • Award-Winning Communications for Scientists: Oral Presentations That Work! | Principal Investigators Association
    how you incorporate the data that is tables charts and graphs into a well thought out story Data needs to be simplified and presented clearly Just as important are engagement techniques which ensure the presentation is meaningfully received by the audience 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 Price 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 MP4 and or PDF Transcript is available immediately after purchase Meet Your 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

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  • Is Your Poster Presentation Doing Your Research Justice? | Principal Investigators Association
    follow up with your audience In the last part of this information packed Webinar your presenter will touch on some newer developments in poster presentations such as projecting posters rather than displaying printed versions In addition she will identify resources for those wanting to know more about preparing and delivering successful poster presentations 5 Key Take Aways A poster presentation is largely a visual form of communication Therefore try to build the poster around strong images Beware of including too much text And where possible present text as bulleted or numbered lists rather than paragraphs Present findings in formats that are quick to understand For example in general use graphs rather than tables Be well prepared to give presentations of various lengths for viewers who want various amounts of detail Take advantage of giving a poster presentation as a chance to learn from others and to cultivate contacts Who Should Attend Graduate students postdoctoral fellows and others relatively new to creating poster presentations More senior researchers who may be guiding others in creating poster presentations Teachers of scientific writing and related subjects who may be looking for tips to share Medical writers and editors who may assist researchers with poster presentations Conference organizers wishing to provide guidance to poster presenters Presenter Barbara Gastel MD MPH is professor of integrative biosciences medical humanities and biotechnology at Texas A M University where she coordinates the graduate program in science communication She also coauthored the two most recent editions of the book How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper In addition she plays a lead role in AuthorAID an international project mainly to help researchers in developing countries to write about publish and present their work She has received awards from the American Medical Writers Association the Council of Science Editors and

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