Time: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: Countway Library, Minot Room, 5th Floor, Harvard Medical School, 10 Shattuck Street, Boston
The Harvard Catalyst Research Navigators cordially invite investigators to a workshop on tips for navigating
the NIH grant application process. This one and a half hour session is
open to researchers at all stages of their research and careers.
This opportunity to understand the NIH grant application process will focus on topics such as:
• choosing appropriate grants to apply for,
• choosing a study section, and
• interacting with program officers.
The discussion will be led by Steve Freedman, MD, PhD, BIDMC Chief
of the Division of Translational Research and Director of the Harvard
Catalyst Post Graduate Education Grant Review and Support Program
(GRASP) Program (http://catalyst.harvard.edu/services/grasp/).
After the presentation, there will be an opportunity for smaller
group or one-on-one discussions, in order for participants to network
and talk directly with Steve Freedman.
Attendance at this event is limited to 30 individuals, and registration is required. Attendees should RSVP by July 8, 2011. Please send your name, home department and institution, and a brief description of your research interests to Amy Webber (E-mail, 617-432-7810). We will include this information in a list of attendees that will be circulated at the event.
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The Harvard Catalyst Research Navigators are committed to providing opportunities for collaboration by
organizing scientists and clinicians around research resources, areas
of investigation, and disease topics. This event is part of a series of
seminars and workshops designed to increase connectivity in the
Harvard Catalyst community.