Sponsored Research Accounting (SRA) and the Office of Research & Project Administration (ORPA) are pleased to co-sponsor this training opportunity. Instructors, Michelle Bulls, Director, Office of Policy for Extramural Research Administration and Kristin Ta, Grants Policy Analyst, Grants Policy Division National Institutes of Health will present this virtual workshop Live from NCURA FRA Conference in Las Vegas on March 13, 2019 at 11:30am (EST). This virtual workshop will last for 3.5 hours, with a 15 minute break around the 90 minute mark. Lunch will be provided.
The course will provide a primary basis of understanding of proposals to and awards from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). This workshop will give you the basics, will walk you through the grants process, and give you an overview of key resources and websites you will need to be successful. The program is perfect for someone new to Research Administration, as well as for Research Administrators seeking to expand their knowledge of federal funding agencies. The curriculum provides an overview of the policies and procedures essential to preparing successful proposals to and managing grant awards from the NIH
Registration is available on the Employee Learning Center website (under “Training by Department”, select “ORPA/Coeus”).
Major content areas covered include:
1. NIH overall structure, culture, and organization;
2. Developing and submitting NIH proposals;
3. The merit review process;
4. Post-Award administration;
5. Tips and tricks.
- Participants will be able to describe the organizational structure of NIH and ways it can aid in locating funding opportunities and staff contacts.
- Participants will be able to provide a high-level explanation of the path NIH grant applications take from submission to award and Post-Award management.
- Participants will find answers to their questions, whether it be knowing the right website, helpdesk, or staff contact.
Cancellation policy is 24 hours (departments will be charged a $25.00)