Get Your Questions Answered at the NIH Virtual Seminar on Program Funding & Grants Administration


Grants managers, policy officials, review officers, and other NIH grants experts are preparing their booths for the 2021 NIH Virtual Seminar on Program Funding & Grants Administration. When you register for this free event, not only will you have access to over 50 scheduled sessions about applying for NIH funding, peer review, grants policy and compliance, research integrity, human subjects, animal welfare, and more, you will have access to hundreds of NIH staff at booths and at the conference, waiting to answer your questions. The ability for you to schedule one-on-one 20-minute appointments with NIH staff is new to the seminar this year, so take advantage of the opportunity to ask your questions and learn from the NIH and HHS staff behind grants policies and processes. Make sure you register for the seminar to join in the fun and bring helpful answers back to your team.

As you attend the seminar, you might be wondering how a policy applies to your situation or research area.Luckily you don’t have to go far to find answers, just visit the Exhibit Hall to chat with representatives from many of the NIH Institutes and Centers who can address your specific questions.

What our booths lack in candy and free pens, we make up for in expert advice from staff and informational resources you can share. Stop by and stay awhile – here’s a sampling of the booths you can expect:

  • Ask an NIH Grants Compliance Expert
  • Ask an NIH Grants Management Officer
  • Ask an NIH Policy Officer
  • Ask an NIH Review Officer
  • Ask an NIH Training Officer
  • & NIH ICs, special funding programs, and more!

You will be able to access the booths and start scheduling 1:1 appointments when the Exhibit Hall opens approximately 1 week prior to the event. Registered attendees will receive an announcement, so register today!

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