Register Today for Our Capacity Building Webinar to be Held on October 21


Are you at an institution with little NIH research support? Are you interested in sustaining or increasing research capacity at your institution? If so, then whether you are a researcher or institutional official, you may be interested in joining us for the 2021 Capacity Building for the Future of Biomedical Research Webinar, an official  NIH Virtual Seminar on Program Funding and Grants Administration preconference event, on Thursday, October 21, 2021, 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM EDT. Registration is required for the Capacity Building event. Register today, as space is limited! 

This webinar will strengthen your knowledge base by allowing you to learn from the success of other institutions like yours, identify programs that can provide support in your capacity building efforts, help you learn to navigate common challenges in the grants process, and expand your connections.

We hope you leave the webinar inspired, prepared with tailored expert information and advice, and excited to make the most of the NIH Virtual Seminar (Nov. 1-4). (Note, you need to register separately for the NIH Virtual Seminar and the Capacity Building Webinar!)

Take a look at the topics covered during the pre-conference event:

·       Capacity Building Success Stories

o   Turtle Nation Research Group

o   Morgan State University

o   NIH Idaho INBRE Program, University of Idaho

·       Overcoming Challenges

o   Preparing to Apply

o   Application Review Issues

o    Reapplying & Resubmission

o   Grant Policy Considerations

o   Funding Capacity Building Efforts

·       Pathways to Success:

o   Current and Future STEM Workforce

o   Research Science and investigation

o   Capacity Building for Contracting

o   Partnerships & Networks

Remember, registration and attendance are free. Register today!


  1. Thanks for the opportunity to attend this workshop. Will the session be recorded and available to attendees? Kouider Mokhtari

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