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Grantsmanship for Students and Postdocs

Modified: November 2, 2016

Will you be applying for F30, F31, or F32 grants from the NIH this fall? To learn the secrets to success when applying for these or other grants, sign up for our 2.5 hour evening seminar: Grantsmanship for Students and Postdocs  

Wednesday, November 2, 2016
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

SPEAKER
Dr. Jaime Rubin
Founder and Director of the Columbia University Graduate-Level Course "Funding and Grantsmanship for Research and Career Development Activities"

During this evening seminar, you will learn best practices for effective grant writing, specifically geared towards individual pre-doctoral and post-doctoral fellowship applications in the biomedical fields. Topics covered include:

  • The types of fellowships available
  • Strategic approaches for competitive applications
  • Common mistakes made by new investigators
  • Tips to increase your chances for success

The seminar will be immediately followed by a panel of grad students and postdocs who have successfully won various types of individual fellowships.

Don't miss this opportunity to hear insider advice and ask questionsabout how to win grants--from those who have! Register here.

Student Members of the Academy pay just $20 to attend.
Professional Members, $30.
Not a Member? Students, click here to join. Professionals, click here.

Funding and Career Development