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Parlaying Your SRS Grant into Big Funding: OREF, NIH, Shrine Grants and Beyond
A SRS-POSNA Collaboration

The process of developing a comprehensive research project, writing and funding a grant application involves specific skills. These skills are frequently not taught during residency training but have become increasingly important in academic medicine. That is where having strong mentors, good understanding of research methodology, and knowledge of institutional, national and international resources and requirements can help guide you.

Chair: Michelle C. Welborn, MD
Faculty: Patrick J. Cahill, MD; David W. Polly, MD; Joseph H. Schwab, MD, MS; Brian D. Snyder, MD, PhD; Stuart L. Weinstein, MD; Michelle C. Welborn, MD; Carol A. Wise, PhD; Michael J. Yaszemski, MD, PhD

Agenda
Capitalizing on your Success: the A-Z of Writing Large-Scale Fundable Grants - Brian D. Snyder, MD, PhD
Special Considerations
o Prospective Clinical Studies: Stuart L. Weinstein, MD
o Basic Science: Carol A. Wise, PhD
o Translational Research: Michelle C. Welborn, MD
o The Future of Research and the Roll of Big Data: Joseph H. Schwab, MD, MS
o Mentorship: David W. Polly, MD
Mock Grant Review
Institutional and National Grant Requirements: Michael J. Yaszemski, MD, PhD
The Clinician Inventor: Patrick J. Cahill, MD
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Apr 23, 2022 09:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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