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  • Grants & Funding Webinar Pack | Principal Investigators Association
    mechanism for a particular RFA is different than they regular pool of money available If you would like to purchase this webinar only click here 3 Writing the NIH R Grant Leveraging Peer Review Advice Getting Noticed and Winning Your Grant During this eye opening 60 minute Webinar your expert presenter will dig into the common yet different R grants R01 R21 and R03 You will go deep into the structure of the R grant research strategy what the NIH is expecting from the PI and why many PIs fail to deliver what is expected and end up get their grant immediately rejected Your presenter will also specify the NIH budget priorities and success rates for R grants Actual common mistakes many PIs make in writing an R grant will be illustrated and lively discussions on Specific Aims and Research Strategy will take place Get first hand knowledge while your presenter dissects innovation significance and impact and provides advice on how to leverage NIH expectations to strengthen your grant proposal Learn why grant aesthetics and certain aspects of writing are vital to a competitive application Get an insider s view on what peer reviewers are looking for in a winning grant and apply some of these major take home pointers during your next proposal 5 Key Take Aways Understand the current 2013 NIH funding atmosphere Gain knowledge of powerful tools that will help you write a winning grant Understand the new NIH R grant requirements Understand NIH expectations on an R grant and how to leverage the grant write up to solidly address the 5 review criteria Gain a better understanding of what peer reviewers are looking for in a research grant today If you would like to purchase this webinar only click here 4 NIH Diversity Training Grants Enhancing Your Research Promoting Diversity Leading a team of qualified individuals from various backgrounds and perspectives has proven to be an effective strategy towards the resolution of complex scientific dilemmas These grants represent a great opportunity to make a difference and the NIH recognizes this In 2011 alone over 39 million dollars were awarded across 160 approved R25 grant applications And this is just one of the many diversity driven grants currently available During this diversity spirited 60 minute Webinar your expert presenter will cover the full range of what these training grants entail Special attention will be given to the R25 and T34 grants but others will be discussed as well Walk away with a clear understanding of their mechanism and focus the basic structure of these grants as well as their collaborative nature 5 Key Take Aways Types of mechanisms that fund diversity training finding the best fit for you Clearly understand what an underrepresented minority URM is according to the NIH Diversity training strategies why diversity makes a stronger team How to get buy in from your institution How to get started and how to keep on recompeting for these grants If you would like to purchase this

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  • Writing & Communications Webinar Pack | Principal Investigators Association
    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 If you would like to purchase this webinar only click here 3 What Journal Editors Want You to Know About Scientific Publishing During this insightful 60 minute Webinar participants will learn how to prepare scientific articles for publication in peer reviewed biomedical journals The function content and organization of each part of the article are examined in detail and common problems in preparing each part are discussed Specific advice will be given on how to write titles abstracts introductions and discussions Participants will also be introduced to documentation required to meet evidence based medicine reporting requirements Ethical issues of conducting and publishing clinical research such as authorship plagiarism industry sponsored research and duplicate publication are also addressed 5 Key Take Aways The importance of following the journal s instructions for authors The criteria defining authorship plagiarism and duplicate publication Specific approaches to writing titles abstracts introductions and discussions An understanding of the factors influencing a journal editor in accepting an article Awareness and location of reporting guidelines for evidence based medicine If you would like to purchase this webinar only click here 4 How to Design a High Impact PowerPoint Presentation Insider Secrets to Make You Shine Do you want to be an effective communicator when presenting ground breaking data that your lab produced Are you willing to adjust your thinking from the traditional viewpoint of a slide a minute and eight bullets per slide In this detail oriented 45 minute 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 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 If you would like to purchase this webinar only click here 5 How to Give an Award Winning Talk Preparing an Effective Oral Presentation Communicating your work effectively is the cornerstone of success in science Whether you are giving an in house Works in Progress or an International Investigator Award talk how you organize and present your information can influence how your audience perceives your work You have only one chance to make the best first impression Learn how by joining your award winning presenter in this 60 minute Webinar as she reveals the nuts and bolts of what

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  • Lab Management Webinar Pack | Principal Investigators Association
    relationships What a career development plan should look like and how its improved by mentoring If you would like to purchase this webinar only click here 3 How to Build a Solid Research Project in the Modern Lab Environment Managing a research project can become a daunting challenge at any time but as you try to effectively manage time resources and people working in the modern laboratory provides unique barriers which can easily hurt your project s chances for success In this thorough 60 minute discussion your expert presenter will help you develop key techniques to assist researchers and principal investigators to organize any project or task while optimizing time and resources The challenges presented by scheduling precious resources interactions with multinational researchers and assessing risks will all be addressed You will walk away with expert tactics you can implement right away 5 Key Take Aways Developing a work flow process to organize any project or task Enhanced understanding of how effective projects make best use of available people and other resources The nitty gritty of organizing any research project and deciding when done is in fact done Creating reasonable and effective schedules for laboratory work Determining risk and developing strategies to manage risk in a laboratory project If you would like to purchase this webinar only click here 4 Balancing Multiple Priorities in the Lab Maximizing Your Research Teaching and People Skills As the leader of your team you are expected to handle an infinite task list wherein everything and everyone demands to be a priority With reduced budgets less free time and invisible helpers a day in a life of a researcher can seem like a nightmare From teaching to leading your research to dealing with staff issues it is no wonder your clear thinking and your project s progress are often jeopardized This balance driven 60 minute Webinar will explore the skills needed to be successful which include good communications organization maximizing available energy and focus Practical tips will be discussed to allow for handling more work in less time how delegation really saves time and what strong teams can do to alleviate stress 5 Key Take Aways Tips to minimize the stress of classroom management like conflicts and student issues Practical steps to mentor student researchers allowing for more cohesive teams Five essential steps in delegating projects to researchers including grant writing Four essential skills needed by any modern researcher to assist in addressing research and classroom priorities Planning tips to alleviate last minute time conflicts If you would like to purchase this webinar only click here 5 Time Management for Researchers Getting Your Time Organized and Keeping It That Way When things work it is a pleasure to belong to a well oiled highly effective and efficient team However when one member inefficiently wastes time everyone suffers To function properly and effectively your laboratory needs to know what it is required to accomplish who is going to do it and by when During this 2

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  • Can We Talk? Contacting Grant Program Officers + Free Guide | Principal Investigators Association
    template for the first e mail to a program officer 5 Key Take Aways Recognizing relational skills as important to success as grant writing skills Techniques for identifying the appropriate program officer s to contact Sample pre abstract to model your first written communication Five step process to initiate and maintain a constructive dialog Model script to guide the conversation This Webinar is Perfect for PI s Who Want To Overcome hesitation or reluctance to approach program officers Understand why program officers welcome inquiries from researchers Identify the appropriate PO to contact Craft an effective pre abstract to start the dialog Know the dos and don ts for asking questions On Demand Advantage Avoid the hassles and expenses of traveling to seminars and stay in the comforts of your office or home Choose from one of three formats CD PDF Transcript or MP3 Listen and watch by yourself or share this information and instantly train your whole team Price Purchase this 60 Minute On Demand Webinar in CD Rom MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 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 Valid on NEW orders only Meet Your Presenter Robert Porter PhD has presented grant writing and research development workshops at leading universities and medical schools nationwide Currently Director of Research Development at the University of Tennessee Dr Porter has 30 years experience as a tenured professor private consultant and research administrator His proposals have won more than 8 million in awards from government agencies and private foundations A national leader in the growing field of research development he has presented papers and workshops on grant writing at major conferences and has published prize winning

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  • NIH Research Strategy: Actionable Next Steps to Develop a Winning Proposal | Principal Investigators Association
    each component of the research strategy and develop a winning proposal 5 Key Take Aways Importance of clarity in the specific aims and matching to approach section How to impress the reader regarding innovation and your credentials Level of detail needed in approach Importance of focusing on strategy not INDIVIDUAL experiments Importance of showing the reader that you can interpret your own data This webinar is perfect for scientists who need assistance on How to make specific aims related but not dependent How to make the innovation stand out How to convince the reader that you are the one to do the work The level of detail needed in preliminary data and research plan Importance of showing the reader that you can interpret your own data Limited Time Offer Purchase your Webinar in CD MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 149 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 Dorothy Lewis received her PhD in Microbiology in 1978 from the University of Arizona in Tucson Arizona She then did an NIH supported postdoctoral ellowship at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine in Abuquerque under the mentorship of Dr Noel Warner Dr Lewis published her first paper related to T cell subset changes in HIV patients in 1985 and shortly thereafter acquired her own independent NIH funding She also wrote a shared instrumentation grant for a new flow cytometry that was funded in the late 1980 s and began to participate in study sections She has had continuous NIH funding since 1985 experiencing both times of multiple grants and times of reduced funding She served on the NIAID council from 2002 2006 on the DAIDS subcommittee which

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  • How to Give an Award Winning Talk: Preparing an Effective Oral Presentation | Principal Investigators Association
    surefire tips on the best speaking habits you should incorporate into your presentation as well as those you should stay away from 5 Key Take Aways Efficiently organize your formal presentation best tactics revealed Engage your audience with effective slide development Slide presentation dos and don ts The psychology of public speaking Expert tips for handling the public speaking jitters This Webinar Is Perfect for PIs Who Want to Leave the audience with a clear message about your work Keep audiences engaged in the science that you are presenting Redirect audience questions that detract from the talk s main message Successfully handle hostile audience members yes they are out there and or hostile questions Overcome the fears of public speaking to deliver a powerful presentation Price Purchase this 60 Minute On Demand Webinar in CD Rom MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 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 Valid on NEW orders only Meet Your Presenter Dr Heather Duffy is an award winning speaker with 15 years of public speaking in science who has been asked to speak on presentation skills at a variety of levels She is responsible for giving feedback on the Works in Progress in her department for all junior people In addition she has trained post docs students and technicians to give talks at national meetings some of which have won awards for their presentations as well She spends approximately 70 of her time on research with the rest of her time spent on teaching and development of teaching methods Dr Duffy obtained her PhD from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Neuroscience AECOM Her thesis was on the regulation of

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  • How to Anticipate and Respond to RFA’s in Today’s Competitive Environment | Principal Investigators Association
    with NIH personnel Once an RFA is issued this webinar will cover how best to respond to the request how to determine if your work fits into the RFA mechanism and how to determine if your success would be better with a strictly unsolicited grant Examples from current RFAs will be covered and suggestions given 5 Key Take Aways What is an RFA and what are my chances How to anticipate upcoming RFAs How to determine if my work fits into a particular RFA mechanism How to read and digest NIH speak in the RFA How to determine if the funding mechanism for a particular RFA is different than they regular pool of money available Who Should Attend Those who want to know more about the process of developing and responding to an RFA Price Purchase this Webinar in CD MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 149 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 Dorothy Lewis Professor of Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases at the University of Texas Health Science Center has an almost 30 year history of writing grant applications including vast experience with the new scoring system Her successful track record for winning grants has given her a valuable in the trenches perspective that can benefit you at whichever stage you find yourself She received her PhD in Microbiology in 1978 from the University of Arizona in Tucson She then pursued an NIH supported postdoctoral fellowship at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine in Albuquerque In 1985 she published her first paper related to T cell subset changes in HIV patients and acquired her own independent NIH funding She has maintained continuous NIH

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  • What Journal Editors Want You to Know About Scientific Publishing | Principal Investigators Association
    journal s instructions for authors The criteria defining authorship plagiarism and duplicate publication Specific approaches to writing titles abstracts introductions and discussions An understanding of the factors influencing a journal editor in accepting an article Awareness and location of reporting guidelines for evidence based medicine Who Should Attend Health care students trainees professionals and biomedical researchers at any level of experience who publish or intend to publish in the peer reviewed literature Halloween Special 49 ANY format Valid Until Oct 30 th Purchase this 60 Minute On Demand Webinar in CD Rom MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 197 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 the MP4 and or PDF Transcript is available immediately after purchase Valid on new orders only See your Webinar s handouts below What Journal Editors Want You to Know About Scientific PublishingWhat Journal Editors Want You to Know About Scientific Publishing from Principal Investigators Association Meet Your Presenter Tom Lang has been a technical or medical writer editor since 1975 In addition to being the Manager of Medical Editing Services for the Cleveland Clinic for many years he was also a Senior Scientific Writer at the Evidence based Practice and Cochrane Centers at the New England Medical Center Tufts University He is the author of How to Report Statistics in Medicine which is now a standard reference in evidence based medicine and of How To Write Publish and Present in the Health Sciences which was selected by the Society for Technical Communication as one of the top 100 Technical Communication books of 1991 2012 He has led hundreds of workshops on various aspects of scientific communication for physicians researchers and medical writers in academia and industry

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