The MDI Biological Laboratory will host a grant writing seminar and workshop led by David C. Dawson, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Department of Physiology an Pharmacology at Oregon Health and Science University, and former director of MDI Biological Laboratory. Dr. Dawson is a longtime reviewer for the NSF and NIH, as well as the recipient of many institutional and independent research grants.
The seminar is still open for registration, the workshop is full.
This is a combination seminar and workshop event. The seminar, which will be held on Tuesday morning, July 10, is open to the public. Following the seminar, individuals participating in the workshop portion of the event will develop and submit by 10:00 PM July 10 a 1-2 page “mini proposal” based on the guidelines and principles discussed during the seminar. These mini-grant proposals will be reviewed by assigned participants in a mock study section on Wednesday afternoon, July 11.
New investigators and junior investigators are especially encouraged to take advantage of this unique opportunity.
- James A. Coffman, Ph.D.Associate Professor; Director, Maine IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE)MDI Biological Laboratory
- David C. Dawson, Ph.D.Professor Emeritus, Department of Physiology an Pharmacology; Former Director, MDI Biological LaboratoryOregon Health and Science University
Tuesday, July 10:
9:00-10:30 am Seminar and discussion: How to get started on a new grant.
10:00 pm Deadline for submission of draft mini-grants. Participants write abstracts and specific aims (1-2 pages).
Wednesday, July 11:
1:00-5:00 pm Workshop: Mock study section review of mini-grants (Priority given to new and junior INBRE investigators).
Thursday July 14th Workshop portion attendees with confirmed seats will be notified by workshop organizers.
If you are traveling a distance, on-campus housing for Tuesday night may be available. The registration form contains a mechanism to request housing. Pricing and availability will be sent to those requesting housing.
Support is provided by Maine INBRE (P20GM103423).