Held twice a year, the NIH Regional Seminars provide you with an opportunity to meet approximately 25 NIH policy officials, grants management and program staff representing various Institutes and/or Centers, as well as representatives from the Office for Human Research Protections, Office of Research Integrity, Loan Repayment Program (LRP), the SBIR/STTR program, and more. For two days, experts in NIH grants policy and process share a broad array of expertise and insight at an event you won’t find anywhere else – without coming to the NIH campus, of course! In addition, you’ll receive the most current information on submitting an application electronically and how to effectively utilize the eRA Commons. You can also sign up for the optional eRA Computer Workshops for hands-on training by eRA experts.
Investigators and administrators will learn everything from the basics to the latest changes in the NIH Grants Process. Post docs and graduate students can learn about NIH programs (including the Loan Repayment Program) and receive tips and resources directly from NIH. Network with others in your field along with NIH and HHS experts. We look forward to seeing you!
Where, When, & How Do I Register?
Atlanta, Georgia –
Tuesday, April 14 and Wednesday, April 15: eRA Hands-On Computer Workshops – (Very Limited Availability)
Thursday, April 16 & Friday, April 17: 2-Day Regional Seminar
Registration: (Register Today!)
*Co-hosted by Georgia State University and Georgia Institute of Technology
Las Vegas, Nevada –
Wednesday, June 24: eRA Hands-On Computer Workshops
Thursday, June 25 & Friday, June 26: 2-Day Regional Seminar
*Co-ambassadors are the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and the University of Nevada, Reno
A sample of new sessions for 2009 include Early Stage Investigators (ESI) and Enhancing Peer Review. Additional networking opportunities this year will provide you the chance to share ideas with other attendees. We hope to see you there!