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Jazz Up Your Knowledge of NIH at the Spring 2017 NIH Regional Seminar in New Orleans

NIH will hold two NIH Regional Seminars on Program Funding and Grants Administration in 2017. This seminar is a great opportunity for investigators early in your career, research administrators and anyone new to working with the NIH grants process to connect with NIH and HHS staff in a central location. Attendees have the opportunity to meet individually through 1:1 meetings, as well as connect through presentations on topics that include the NIH peer review process and grant writing, finding the right funding opportunity, animals and human subjects in research, pre- and post- award management, electronic research administration, diversity in biomedical research, special programs, and so much more.  Pre-seminar workshops are also available for those wanting to delve further into areas such as Intellectual Property, Human Subjects Protections, electronic grants systems, and NIH grants pre-award policies and processes in “Administrator’s Boot Camp.”

Registration for the May seminar in New Orleans is now open. Don’t delay: sign up soon to learn all about NIH grants process, policies, and tools. While on the site, check out additional information about early registration rates, a draft agenda of sessions, and more!  Updates for these and future NIH Regional Seminars are available via the Nexus, the NIH Regional Seminar Listserv, and NIH Guide notices.

Re-posted from National Institutes of Health Office of Extramural Research