Developing Funded Research Programs
Who Should Attend
Course is designed for new USC investigators, and for investigators who are new to the process of creating a funded research program. The objective is to educate investigators in this process, including identifying funding sources, building relationships with funding agencies, and targeting research capabilities to requests for proposals.
Learn the proposal process, including identifying funding sources, building relationships with funding agencies, and targeting research capabilities.
Randolph Hall, Vice President of Research
One 2 hour session. Offered once per semester.
February 3, 2016 | Time: 12-2 PM | Location: Health Sciences Campus (HSC), Verna & Dauterive Building, VPD, 203
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