We all are impacted by, and reap the benefits of, medical research discoveries. From over-the-counter drugs, to healthcare policies and educational interventions, many of these advancements are a result of incredible feats, decades of work, and sometimes serendipitous events. Join us as we sit down with Harvard researchers to discuss these captivating behind-the-scenes stories of research.

November 23, 2022

Diversifying Your Research Funding

Identifying the various funding sources available to researchers is key to obtaining grants. Caterina Stamoulis, PhD, Boston Children’s Hospital, serves as course director for our Non-NIH Government Funding Agencies course and our Grant Funding for Researchers Certificate. In this episode, she discusses her personal experience obtaining funding and provides guidance for researchers.

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Caterina Stamoulis, PhD

Caterina Stamoulis, PhD, is associate professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. Her broad research interests are computational neuroscience, signal processing, neurostatistics, and data science. She leads multiple projects that use large-scale datasets and novel computational tools to elucidate the evolving neural circuitry of the developing brain. Stamoulis completed her undergraduate and graduate studies at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). She completed her postdoctoral training in neuroscience at MIT and in biostatistics at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

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