Writing a Fundable NIH K Series Application
Who Should Attend
Course is designed for new and established USC investigators who wish to submit a career development “K” application to the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
The objectives are to educate investigators and mentors on USC resources available as well as to describe “best practices” in obtaining fundable K awards.
The workshop will provide an overview of K award application, a comprehensive description of the CHLA/USC “Success Program” developed for assisting junior faculty interested in applying for career development grants and best practice guidance and granstmanship regarding the current K-award review process. A recent awardee will describe the effort and assistance needed to write and re-write a K application before getting funded. Participants will also learn about some of the resources available to help them succeed.
Charles Gomer, PhD, Vice Chair of Pediatrics for Faculty Affairs, Professor of Pediatrics and Radiation Oncology
Michele Kipke, PhD, SC CTSI Co-director, Vice Chair of Research, Professor
of Pediatrics, Dept. of Pediatrics, CHLA, Director, Clinical Investigations Center and Community, Health Outcomes & Intervention Research Program, The Saban Research Institute
Elizabeth Zelinski, PhD, Professor of Gerontology, Psychology and Gender Studies
David Hellard, Senior Program Manager, SC CTSI
Jon Detterich, MD, Assistant Professor, Pediatric Cardiology, CHLA
November 13, 2014 | 11:45 – 1:15 PM | Location: HSC, NRT, Norris Research Tower, Room LG 503/4
Presentations and Materials
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