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  • Oral Presentations for Scientists Guide – NEW + Free Webinar MP4 | Principal Investigators Association
    You Can Apply Today Is Your Poster Presentation Doing Your Research Justice Newer Developments Can Help Master Your Scientific Oral Presentations by Avoiding These Top 10 Traps Public Speaking for the Introverted Scientist A Roadmap to Successful Presentations Meetings For and By Introverts Succeeding as an Introvert How to Overcome Anxiety and Stress in Public Speaking And Much More About the Presenters Rick Parmely After teaching undergraduate chemistry at West Point and Juniata College Rick joined Restek in 1997 and until recently directed their technical education program He taught chemistry and separation science theory through the Restek Learning Network RLN and coached 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 Barbara Gastel MD MPH is a Professor of Integrative Biosciences Medical Humanities and Biotechnology at Texas A M University where she also coordinates the graduate program in science communication She also co authored 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 designed to help researchers in developing countries write about publish and present their work She has received awards from the American Medical Writers Association the Council of Science Editors and the scientific research society Sigma Xi among others Limited Time Offer Until Feb 11th Purchase this new 116 pg guide in PDF format for only 179 79 BONUS As an added bonus you will receive the MP4 for Webinar How to Design a High Impact PowerPoint Presentation a 149 value yours free Note You will automatically receive your PDF and free bonus MP4 immediately after pu rchase Institutional Site License Order your site license for the Oral Presentations for Scientists Guide PDF for only 599 299 BONUS As an added bonus you will receive the MP4 for Webinar How to Design a High Impact PowerPoint Presentation a 599 value yours free How it Works You will be supplied with the MP4 and PDF link to download and place the MP4 and PDF on your institutions secured intranet indefinitely All staff and students that have access to the institutions secured intranet can utilize the MP4 and PDF guide and should not disseminate the product outside of the local institution You can purchase your site license online or click here to download an order form For questions please call 800 303 0129 x500 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

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  • Writing in Science and Medicine Guide | Principal Investigators Association
    college we had a notion that scientists had to learn the technical skills of their field but not how to write And that is the biggest falsehood you could possibly perpetrate on young people I believe that writing and rhetoric are the most valuable skills across any discipline in any field especially science and medicine Christopher Dant PhD Author This 90 page guide has been designed to help investigators in any field understand the root of poor writing identify red flags within their own writing style and craft clear concise powerful pieces that meet the requirements of the most demanding audiences within their professional careers This guide includes Basic Writing Principles You Actually Know But Forgot About What Makes a Poor Writer Why You Might Be Your Own Worst Enemy Saying More with Less The Power of Conciseness How to Impress Your Readers With Less Pompous Writing Why Clear Writing Clear Thinking Clear Writing Redundancies in Writing Why Repetition Is Not Always a Good Thing How to Keep Reviewers Focus on the Science Not Your Grammar The 11 Rules of Good Writing and Revision Significance Impact Innovation Why These Concepts are Vital to Scientific and Medical Writing The Power Behind an Outline Simple to Create Often Overlooked Real life Experiences from a Seasoned Expert Before and After Detailed Examples Show Which Revisions You Should Consider Making Too Writing Exercises to Get You on the Path to Becoming a Successful Author And Much More About the Author 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 Christopher is also a published author of fiction and lives in Vermont with his wife Maureen and dog Chauncey Limited Time Offer Purchase this new 90 pg guide in PDF format for only 179 69 Upon ordering this manual you will automatically receive a PDF digital copy Institutional Site Licenses are now available for only 1 249 449 You will be supplied with the PDF link to download and place the PDF on your institutions secured intranet indefinitely All staff and students that have access to the institutions secured intranet can utilize the

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  • NIH R21 Funding Toolkit New | Principal Investigators Association
    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 109 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 How to Write a Persuasive R01 or R21 Proposal What Peer Reviewers WANT to See a 149 value 90 Minute On Demand Webinar Available in CD MP4 or PDF Transcript During this one of a kind Webinar your expert presenter Dr Christopher Dant will reveal what peer reviewers want to see in the typical NIH R grant application R21 and R01 Specifically you will be presented with various views from peer reviewers on how they review applications what they do and do not want to see and how this influences their decisions The evidence presented comes directly from research carried out by the presenter and his colleagues by assembling peer reviewer focus groups and reviewing a number of grants and summary sheets from all scientific fields with a range of scores 5 Key Take Aways Several ways to influence a peer reviewer positively about your research in your grant application Some review committees use a discussant who is not in the specific field and what they look for and how to influence them Learn how reviewers score the R grant Learn where peer reviewer look for information relating to the 5 review criteria and how to positively influence them Learn about the 3 most important aspects influencing a peer reviewer impact feasibility significance The R21 Grant Making the Most of a Six Page Research Strategy a 149 value 60 Minute On Demand Webinar Available in CD MP4 or PDF Transcript There are many misconceptions about this grant for example while the NIH formally says that preliminary data are not required for this grant evidence shows that most successful R21s have some preliminary studies Also contrary to some thinking R21s are not intended for new investigators and there is no evidence that

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  • NIH R01 Social Sciences Manual | Principal Investigators Association
    US or Canada please allow 7 14 days for arrival Delivery to other countries will vary based on location Regarding Print version shipping costs Shipping and Handling to the US and Canada FREE Shipping and Handling to the all other International countries 50 Attention Upon ordering this manual you will be automatically redirected to a confirmation page with the download links You will also automatically receive an email with your download links from email protected Please add the email address email protected to your safe sender list in order to receive your download links and please check your spam junk folder as your email provider will not recognize this as a product delivery and will filter it out of your inbox 100 Satisfaction Guaranteed This manual is brought to you as a training tool by the Principal Investigators Association which is an independent organization The presented information is not connected with the National Institutes of Health NIH nor is it endorsed by this agency All views expressed are those personally held by the authors and are not official government policies or opinions About the Author Dr Jo Ann Schneider Dr Jo Anne Schneider is currently an Associate Research Professor in Anthropology at George Washington University She served as an American Association for the Advancement of Science AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow at NIH working with National Cancer Institute to translate research into practice 2003 2005 Dr Schneider is an urban anthropologist focusing on the role of government non profits and communities in intergroup relations opportunity structures for marginalized populations immigrants refugees people of color people with disabilities low income families and social welfare and health policy creation and implementation Her work consistently involves working with government local institutions community members and policy makers to develop applied research projects and translate research into policy and programs She has an international reputation for developing interdisciplinary projects Her most recent work focuses on the role of social capital in marginalized communities and the dynamics between government nonprofits and communities in implementing social welfare and health policy Limited Time Offer And now you can order your NIH R01 Grant Application Manual Social And Behavioral Sciences in PDF format for only 399 199 Print copy only 49 more BONUS As an added bonus you will receive the MP4 for the 60 minute Webinar entitled NIH R01 for Social Sciences 10 Key Tips to Write a Winning Proposal a 149 value yours free Institutional Site Licenses Available Please refer to the Site License TAB on this page for more information Upon ordering this manual you will automatically receive a PDF digital copy Print copies are 49 more and include a free PDF Print copies will be mailed out via US mail If in the US or Canada please allow 7 14 days for arrival Delivery to other countries will vary based on location Regarding Print version shipping costs Shipping and Handling to the US and Canada FREE Shipping and Handling to the all other International

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  • NIH Career Development K Awards Manual | Principal Investigators Association
    who want to apply for a CDA the program encompassing these awards is the K series There are currently 13 different types of activity codes within the K series that a scientist with a research or health professional doctorate may consider that are listed as active within the NIH K Kiosk This 225 page manual will guide you through the CDA application process with the goal of positioning your proposal in the best place possible for funding consideration Examples of funded K awards will be used to illustrate how to craft mentored independent and pathway to independence applications respectively C lick on each t ab below to learn more Introductory Rate Table of Contents About the Author Limited Time Offer Digital Copy PDF Your Price 299 149 Upon ordering this manual you will automatically receive a PDF digital copy Institutional Site Licenses are now available for only 1 999 799 extra 40 off You will be supplied with the PDF link to download and place the PDF on your institutions secured intranet indefinitely All staff and students that have access to the institutions secured intranet can utilize the PDF file and should not disseminate the product outside of the local institution For questions please call 800 303 0129 x500 Click here to fax or mail your 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 print the PDF but further reproduction or further distribution by any means beyond the paid local institution is forbidden Institutional site licenses are non exclusive non transferrable and are provided to single institutions John

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  • NIH R Grants Transcript Guide | Principal Investigators Association
    Proposal What Peer Reviewers WANT to See Learn Where Peer Reviewers Look for Information Relating to the 5 Review Criteria and How to Positively Influence Them Gain a Deeper Understanding of the 3 Most Important Aspects Influencing a Peer Reviewer Impact Feasibility and Significance The R21 Grant Making the Most of a Six Page Research Strategy How to Streamline Your R21 Application Indicate High Risk High Reward Without Exceeding Your Page Count Understand the Issue of Preliminary Data for an R21 Crafting Your R01 Proposal like the Pros 10 Insider Tips Revealed Is the RO1 Mechanism Right for You Writing a Winning R03 Proposal Making a Powerful Impact with a Small Budget Creating a Highly Focused Application that Will Win R15s And Much More About the Presenters Dr 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 Dr Dorothy Lewis Professor Internal Medicine Infectious Diseases at the University of Texas Health Science Center has a 25 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 Dr Sridhar Mani is a professor of Medicine and Genetics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Bronx New York He was the founding director of the Phase

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  • Multi-methods Research Design for Applied and Translational Projects Guide | Principal Investigators Association
    Schneider Author Inside this 155 page guide you will find expert guidance for The various methods used in multi methods projects and successful ways to combine them Best practices in translational research and how you can apply these effectively Insider tips to develop a compelling proposal for multi methods applied or translational research Strategies to run an A multi methods applied or translational project Ways to successfully partner with practitioners to translate research into practice Plus much more About the Co Author Dr Jo Anne Schneider has been designing and implementing multi methods research projects since the early 1980s many with research to practice components She has equal training in quantitative and qualitative methods with experience working with large quantitatively oriented government contract firms like Westat and developing multi method team projects at multiple universities She is a specialist in urban issues social welfare health and human services and health projects with hard to reach populations She has engaged in a number of multi methods translational projects including developing welfare to work programs and developing a dissemination model for NIH She has worked with a combination of government foundations national member benefit non profits community based organizations faith communities and marginalized communities people of color immigrants refugees low income communities people with disabilities using multiple methods in all of her projects A former American Association for the Advancement of Science Policy and Technology Fellow at NIH she is currently an Associate Research Professor at George Washington University Recent major projects include the Faith and Organizations Project www faithandorganizations umd edu and multiple projects related to social welfare and human services Relevant publications include Schneider J A 2006 Special Issue Introduction and Using multi methods ethnography to promote quality service and understand interactions among organizations Examples from the Kenosha social capital study and neighborhood settlement house needs assessment and evaluation In J A Schneider Guest Editor Research methods best practices Nonprofit Management and Leadership 16 4 387 394 and411 428 Schneider J A 2006 Appendix A Social Capital and Welfare Reform New York Columbia University Press 375 388 Limited Time Offer Purchase this 155 pg guide in PDF format for only 199 79 Print only 25 more you will also receive a PDF copy when ordering print Regarding print copy Please allow 7 10 days for delivery US and Canada only Delivery times for other countries will vary based on your location and cannot be controlled by us If you order a PDF version it will be available immediately after purchase Regarding Print version shipping costs Shipping and Handling to the US and Canada FREE Shipping and Handling to the all other International countries 50 100 Satisfaction Guaranteed Institutional Site License Until Feb 18th Order your site license for the Multi methods Research Designs Guide PDF for only 549 349 How it Works You will be supplied with the PDF link to download and place the PDF on your institutions secured intranet indefinitely All staff and students that have access to

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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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