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ASHG 2019: The Early Career Researcher’s Guide to the NIH Funding Process

Headed to ASHG in Houston this October? NHGRI is hosting a free ancillary workshop that will help clear up some of the mysteries of applying for grants at the NIH!

The Early Career Researcher’s Guide to the NIH Funding Process
Wednesday, October 16th
7:15-8:45 am
Hilton Americas – Houston
Rm 337AB, Level 3

At this workshop, you will learn the tips and tricks that will help you successfully navigate the NIH funding system – both from the perspective of an NIH Program Officer, as well as from early/mid-career researchers who have been successful in obtaining NIH funding. A panel discussion will provide you with the opportunity to ask your own questions.

Breakfast will not be provided, so please come prepared!

Please let us know you are attending by completing the form found at this link: Registration Page

Speakers:
Lisa Helbling Chadwick, Ph.D.
Program Director, Division of Genome Sciences
National Human Genome Research Institute

Tim Reddy, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics
Duke University

Panelists:
Elizabeth Blue, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Division of Medical Genetics
University of Washington

Heather Colley, M.S.
Program Director, Division of Genomic Medicine
National Human Genome Research Institute

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