Presenter: Jane Simoni, MA, PhD, Depts. Psychology and Global Health, University of Washington, Seattle
Jointly sponsored by the School of Public Health Divisions of Biostatistics, Environmental Health and Safety, Health Policy Management, and Epidemiology & Community Health
How can we better fund doctoral and post-doctoral research? Dr. Jane Simoni at the University of Washington challenges all her doctoral and postdoctoral students to apply for either F31 or F32 grants. Should we be doing the same? Please join her and a panel of her students as they discuss their experience (the good, the bad, and the ugly) applying for these mechanisms. This all-division in-service is designed to promote faculty discussion on whether we should be doing more to encourage students and fellows to apply for NIH funds, both to fund their research and accelerate their careers. It will also familiarize faculty, staff, and students with the F31 and F32 mechanisms.
ALL SPH faculty, staff, and students welcome!