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  • Writing a Clinical Trial Manuscript? These CONSORT Guidelines Are a Must! | Principal Investigators Association
    reporting clinical trials are rejected During this detail oriented Webinar your expert presenter will examine the CONSORT recommendations with examples from a published clinical trial and show you how to write a manuscript on a clinical trial that will lead to publication 5 Key Take Aways A clear understanding of the CONSORT guidelines How to accurately gather data in a clinical trial A more complete understanding of clinical trial reporting How to better design a clinical trial How to write the various parts of a clinical trial manuscript Who Should Attend Any investigator who reports the findings of a clinical trial in a manuscript or in a medical congress proceeding Meet the 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 Only 49 Ends Feb 12th Purchase this 60 Minute On Demand Webinar in CD Rom MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 165 49 Please note Price reflected already includes discount Each format includes the presentation handouts in PDF CDs are mailed within 48 hours A link to

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  • Using Project Risk Management Techniques to Evaluate Professional Mentoring Programs | Principal Investigators Association
    risk management processes empowers mentors proteges organizational development personnel During this insightful Webinar case studies vetted at Clemson University University of Cincinnati and Howard University are used to solidify the participants ability to identify critical benchmarks for evaluating successful mentoring SWOT Analyses of the participants organizations will be constructed during the seminar so that the evaluation process can be anchored in language which meets the needs of managers trainers and administrators 5 Key Take Aways Describing necessary components to effectively operationalize mentoring in an organization Constructing evaluations using Risk Management Communicating the difference between mentor protege and mentor mentee relationships Demonstrating how mentoring relationships are valuable to the organization s bottom line Describing how mentorship like scholarship has both objectives and outcomes Who Should Attend Educational Directors Professional Development Managers Technical Area Managers wanting to cross train staff Professionals preparing to deliver qualitative impact studies Technical Trainers seeking to justify their business value ROI Presenter Darryl E Allen MPM RMP is a certified Risk Management Professional RMP through Project Management Institute PMI and is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Cincinnati and Indiana Wesleyan University He created a working model for effective and financially efficient mentoring programs His model satisfied the University of Pennsylvania s and Public Private Venture s benchmarks for research based programs Big Brothers Big Sisters of Columbus and Franklin County adopted the program as its flagship model for mentoring teens His book The Dynamic Mentoring Primer is endorsed by Tom McKenna National Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America Ret Howard University s School of Divinity University of Arizona s Psychology Department University of Cincinnati s Business Law Technology Department Marion Correctional Institution Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction and Montgomery County Mentoring Collaborative OH use the book as an instructional tool Price

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  • NSF Innovation Corps: Competing Successfully for Nodes Teams and Sites | Principal Investigators Association
    Corps program and share them on a national scale Your expert presenter will also describe a single or multi institution approach to Node development Keep in mind that a multi institution proposal can be funded for up to 1 25M per year for up to three years 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 was a Research Professor at the University of Utah and an Associate Professor at the University of Puerto Rico At Exxon Research and Engineering Dr Lesiecki worked as a Senior Scientist and at Candela Laser Corporation he was the Director of the Bioscience Division He authored successful NIH Small Business Innovation Research proposals at Candela Dr Lesiecki currently serves on proposal review committees for the NSF Department of Education and Department of Labor This Webinar presentation is brought to you as a training tool by the Principal Investigators Association which is an independent organization The presentation tools presented and their contents are not connected with the National Institutes of Health NIH nor are they endorsed by this agency All views expressed are those personally held by the presenter and are not official government policies or opinions 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 Principal Investigators co PIs senior personnel and research team members who have been previously funded

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  • EArly-concept Grants for Exploratory Research (EAGER) at NSF | Principal Investigators Association
    connection with the program and program officer are key success factors Your knowledge of the process and the sort of projects that get funded are crucial to developing a successful strategy Should you take your project down the EAGER pathway Find out during this insightful webinar 5 Key Take Aways How to develop an EAGER strategy The type of projects that are a good fit for EAGER Knowledge of the EAGER review process and mechanism for renewed funding Qualifying your proposal as high risk Examples of successful EAGER proposals This Webinar Is Perfect for Scientists Who Need to Know if their proposed research fits the EAGER criteria Determine if the proposed research does or does not fit into existing programs at the NSF Establish a connection with the program officer Identify focus areas aligned with NSF s ideas of transformative research Scope the work and budget to fit NSF expectations Click below for a 5 minute preview of this 60 minute Webinar Special Offer Purchase this 60 Minute On Demand Webinar in CD Rom MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 197 149 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 Michael Lesiecki PhD CRA 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 a patent He received his PhD in Physical Chemistry from Oregon State University He was a Research Professor at the University of Utah and an Associate Professor at the University of Puerto Rico At Exxon Research and Engineering Dr Lesiecki worked as a Senior Scientist and was the director of the Bioscience Division at Candela

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  • Writing the Biomedical Manuscript from the Journal Editor’s Point of View | Principal Investigators Association
    a good and bad manuscript and how scientists and physicians can improve their manuscript construction skills Your presenter will also examine several aspects of English usage and abusage 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 Presenter Christopher Dant is a faculty instructor at Dartmouth Medical School His PhD work was concentrated in cellular and molecular biology 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 programmatic initiatives and educates faculty in grant and manuscript writing skills He has worked through investigators at the NIH NSF NASA DOE and other federal agencies 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 Who Should Attend Anyone who writes biomedical manuscripts both experienced and early stage investigators whether the area is basic science or clinical science Price Purchase this 90 Minute On Demand Webinar in CD Rom MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 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 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

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  • NIH R01 Manual Section Preview | Principal Investigators Association
    to write your Project Summary the experts weigh in Keep your Narrative simple the audience for it may not be who you think Use the Personal Statement to tell why you re the best individual for the project we ll show you how Early stage investigators should stress one detail in their Biosketch The key to a good letter of support may be to write it yourself 4 tips every applicant should know Section 3 Prove Your Environment Supports Your Research They want to ensure you will have the resources meaning the institutional support equipment and physical items you need to successfully complete your proposed investigation Additionally they want to know of any unique features of your scientific environment subject populations or collaborative arrangements that will benefit your project You will detail these elements in the Facilities and Other Resources and Equipment sections of the application Must have step by step expert guidance includes Environment is key for early stage investigators How to show your institution supports you Underscore your research s feasibility by demonstrating 2 critical factors in your Environment section Colleagues play an important role what details you should exploit and what you can leave out Defining major equipment know where to draw the line Ensure you carefully formulate your sharing plans or pay the price later Section 4 Research Plan Make the Most of Your Significance Innovation Approach and Overall Impact Probably the most important parts of your NIH R01 application are those in which you describe your proposed research In particular these are the Specific Aims and Research Strategy sections They address your project s Significance Innovation and Approach which are three of the five core grant criteria that reviewers use to score your application As a matter of fact these sections are the ones you will spend most of your writing time on At the same time these sections will heavily influence your application s Overall Impact score Unfortunately there is no template for incorporating overall impact into your application and there is no section called Overall Impact or even an incentive to simply add a paragraph labeled as such Consequently this section examines how you can use the Specific Aims and Research Strategy to perform double duty Fulfill the Significance Innovation and Approach criteria Support the Overall Impact of your research Must have step by step expert guidance includes Avoid the dreaded overly ambitious reviewers critique with advice from the experts Are your Specific Aims sequential or parallel 1 Way to know for sure One section holds the key to completing the rest of your application Learn the easiest place to start How to make the argument that your research is translational Key language every grant writer should know Effectively craft your Innovation section Here s how Reviewers focus specifically on your Approach Make sure yours passes muster How much preliminary data is really necessary Know where to draw the line Section 5 Special Considerations for Research Involving Humans Animals or Select Agents Both

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  • R01 Manual Testimonials GF | Principal Investigators Association
    in terms of format and content Much to my amazement my first RO1 grant was funded after many previous attempts without the Manual I used the Manual for a JDRF innovation award application and it was also funded This Manual forces you to organize your thoughts in a manner that is easy to understand for the readers David A Ostrov Ph D Department of Pathology Immunology and Laboratory Medicine University of Florida College of Medicine This Instruction Manual has been extremely helpful to staff in providing consultation and technical assistance to our large number of doctorally prepared nurses 30 who work primarily in clinical areas We provide individual and group assistance in the development of the R01 application and find the manual s organization of chapters and content to be extremely clear and easy to follow We work with doctorally prepared nurses in all stages of their research career development and this manual has helped several nurses move their proposals to the finish line that is to a successful submission We have also found this Manual to be helpful in the development of proposals for foundations and a variety of nursing organizations as many follow the format of the NIH R01 application We have been successful in this endeavor Dorothy Jones EdD RNC FAAN Massachusetts General Hospital We have been very pleased with the R01 manual My junior faculty have found it to be very useful It contains information that it took me many years to acquire This allows my junior investigators to more efficiently and effectively develop grant applications Daniel Low Professor UCLA The NIH R01 grant application mentor has been invaluable to me in writing successful grant applications at a time when funding is extremely tight I m happy to say that using the advice in the manual I have written grants that have been funded providing much needed support for my research lab during these difficult times I recommend the manual to all researchers whether new or established Anonymous Sanford Burnham Medical Research Institute Although I have served as an NIH grant reviewer for more than 20 years the R01 Grant Application Mentor has significantly enhanced my efforts as a reviewer and in the preparation of my own R01 grant this year Dr Joseph C Hall Professor Norfolk State University The RO1 manual was very helpful in teaching me how to use the new RO1 grant format I had over 25 years of experience with the old format but the new shorter format was challenging given the need to spread through different sections the message of the grant I was able to renew my two NIH grants with percentiles of 8 and 1 last year Anonymous Professor Weill Cornell Medical College A very comprehensive coverage of the new NIH R01 application that has contributed to submission of successful applications A definite contributor to success and a must for the first time applicant Bert Little Assoc VP Research Tarleton State University Texas A M System An outstanding resource

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  • The R21 Grant: Making the Most of a Six-Page Research Strategy | Principal Investigators Association
    is the focus of this must attend Webinar how to make the most of the research strategy to increase your chances of scoring high on this grant 5 Key Take Aways How to influence a peer reviewer positively about the R21 research focus on significance and particularly innovation How to focus your R21 project particularly in scope R21s offer limited funding Learn how to streamline your application Indicate high risk high reward without exceeding your page count Understand the issue of preliminary data for an R21 Overall increase understanding of what the R21 is and is not and how to determine whether your research project is right for this mechanism Who Should Attend Any PI who writes an NIH R21 grant Presenter Christopher Dant is a faculty instructor at Dartmouth Medical School and the Norris Cotton Cancer Center His PhD was concentrated in cellular and molecular biology Early in his postgraduate career he apprenticed with a Senior Editor at Journal of the American Medical Association 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 Dant was a Projects Manager at the Stanford Medical School for grants and manuscripts and served as the Director of Medical Publications at Genentech in San Francisco where he worked with many thought leaders in medicine He regularly presents at national and international medical meetings on writing At Dartmouth he works with investigators in developing grant proposals and programmatic initiatives and educates faculty in grant and manuscript writing skills He is owner of Medcom Consulting http medcomconsulting org MedCom html a medical and scientific communications company for academic investigators writing grants and manuscripts Price Purchase this 60 Minute On Demand Webinar in CD Rom MP4 or PDF Transcript for only

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