Professional Skills Training Program (PSTP)

Professional Skills Training Program (PSTP)

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Revising Grant Applications and Responding to Critiques

11-12:15 pm*

 

The goal of this seminar is two-fold: i)  to inform and educate attendees about resubmitting grant applications; and ii) to update them on current NIH resubmission policies.

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Lisa Schwiebert, PhD

Professor of Cell, Developmental, & Integrative Biology
 
Associate Dean for Postdoctoral Education
 

 
 
 
 
 
 




*Join us in person:
 
The Pittman Center for Advanced Medical Studies is located at 1924 7th Ave South.  A box lunch is served. 
 

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We designed the PSTP to teach practical, professional skills needed for research. 

This includes grant writing (how to plan and write research, career development, and fellowship applications);  sharing research findings (writing abstracts and manuscripts, and giving scientific presentations);  plus important skills such as leadership, mentoring and creativity.  
 

View our 2014 schedule 

September: Proposal Submission
Tim Parker, Associate Director, OSP

August: Developing the Research Plan
David Chaplin, MD, PhD
 
July: no PSTP
 
June: A Presentation on Presentations
Stephen Glasser, MD
 
May: Finding the Right Information Fast
Lee Vucovich, MS, MLS
Asst Director for Reference Services, Lister Hill Library

April 23: Team Science
Grant Savage, PhD and Anthony Hood, PhD - UAB COLLAT School of Business

Karen Meneses, PhD, RN
Additional speakers/panelists:
Marie Bakitas, DNSc
Lisa M. Schwiebert, PhD
Wendy Demark-Wahnefried, PhD

March: Challenges of Ethical Authorship
Jeffrey Engler, PhD and Jennifer Greer, PhD - UAB Graduate School

View PSTP archive.