Free Crash Course in NIH Funding: 2023 NIH Grants Conference on Feb. 1-2

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Are you new to NIH grants and looking to better understand the processes and policies behind NIH funding? Or are you experienced and want to brush up on the latest policies and information? Consider this your personal invitation to the 2023 NIH Grants Conference, a free and virtual event on February 1-2, 2023. During this 2-day live event, NIH and HHS experts will share policies, resources, guidance, and case studies in informative and engaging sessions.

Save the dates and add the February 1 and February 2 events to your calendar for easy access.

Here are some highlights of what you can expect from the conference:

  • Learn about NIH grants policies! The jam-packed agenda offers 2 days of sessions designed to clarify the NIH grants process and policies, and opportunities to engage with presenters through Q&A and chat features.
  • Interact with NIH experts! the 1:1 Meet the Experts which are 20-minute chats between attendees and NIH staff, designed for more specific research and administrative questions.
  • Engage and network with your peers! The attendee search feature allows you to filter through over 13,000 attendees to network and connect with colleagues. Networking Lounges are also available for attendees to share tips and attend special events.
  • Gather resources to use and share with colleagues! Explore the Exhibit Hall, where you’ll encounter NIH staff and an abundance of resources located at over 45 NIH Institute, Center, and Special Program booths.

Registration is free and includes your personal “All Access Pass” to the virtual NIH Grants Conference 2022-2023 season. Once registered and logged into the conference site, you are free to explore the 2-day agenda, on-demand library of related resources, and create your personal schedule.

In the meantime, explore the PreCon event recordings and materials for deep dives into select NIH grant topics. We hope to see you soon at #NIHGrantsConf!

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