International Collaborations: Policies, Processes, & Partnerships Webinar on November 9

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Are you from a foreign organization looking to secure NIH funding? Perhaps you are a domestic researcher looking to partner with a foreign entity. How about a domestic institution partnering with a foreign collaborator? If you answered yes to one of these scenarios, consider joining NIH experts, researchers, research administrators, and your peers from around the world on November 9 for a virtual event focused on International Collaborations: Policies, Processes, & Partnerships. This informative and engaging event is comprised of presentations, case studies, and live Q&A, filled with valuable resources, tools, policies, and personal guidance from our NIH experts and possibly some special guests for a post event discussion.

Registration is free and is included in your personal “All Access Pass” to the virtual NIH Grants Conference 2022-2023 season. The Conference begins with monthly PreCon Events, such as this one on International Collaborations, which are designed to dive deeper into select grant-related topics. These events culminate with the 2-day NIH Grants Conference, Feb 1-2, 2023, which includes over 25 different topics on funding, policies, and processes shared by NIH and HHS experts. You only need to register once for the NIH Grants Conference Center. Once registration is complete, just log into the site and save upcoming events to your calendar, gather resources from over 45 NIH Institute, Center, and Office booths in the virtual Exhibit Hall, and come back to visit any time during the conference season.

Be sure to view all of the upcoming pre-conference events on the NIH Grants Conference website to see what may be of interest. Next up:

  • Research Misconduct and Detrimental Research Practices:  Friday, October 14
  • Human Subjects Research: Policies, Clinical Trials, and Inclusion: Tuesday-Wednesday, December 6-7

Interested? Register today and share information about the conference events with colleagues, students, trainees, those newer to NIH grants, and others who may not normally receive these invitations. Presentation materials are provided in advance in the conference center and (just in case you missed one) recordings are posted 5-7 business days after the event. We hope to see you there! #NIHGrantsConf

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