Principal Investigators Association

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This Webinar Series includes 10 must-have On-Demand Webinars in your preferred format: CD-ROM, MP4 or PDF Transcript (all formats include the PDF Handouts).

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Webinar 1: R01 Grant Preparation: What You Should Know Before You Apply

Webinar 2: How to Write an Effective NIH Abstract

Webinar 3: NIH Biosketch: Present Your Capabilities Effectively

Webinar 4: NIH Research Strategy: Actionable Next Steps to Develop a Winning Proposal

Webinar 5: NIH Human Subject Compliance: Are You Including the Right Populations?

Webinar 6: NIH Special Considerations: Reporting and Compliance Essentials for Human Subjects, Animals, Select Agents & Biohazards

Webinar 7: NIH Institutional Support: Use Your Environmental Section to Convince Reviewers

Webinar 8: Budgeting Your Research: Budget Strategies That Support Your NIH Proposal

Webinar 9: Application Review Strategies: What to Look for Before You Hit the Submit Button

Webinar 10: NIH Review Process from A to Z: An Insider’s View

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In this Webinar Series, each Webinar completely covers one important facet of the NIH grant application process, and the series presents seven different — and equally significant — facets. To ensure the most comprehensive benefit, and the most economical per-session price, buy the “ Series” package. You, however can select one or more individual sessions if that alternative best suits your needs. Each Webinar is complete unto itself for the facet it covers.This series is brought to you as a training tool by the Principal Investigators Association, which is an independent organization. The items presented and their contents are not connected with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) or the National Science Foundation (NSF), nor are they endorsed by these agencies. All views expressed are those personally held by the presenter and are not official government policies or opinions.