Enhancing Grant Applications through Institutional Shared Research Resources (SRR) Core Laboratories

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This webinar will present SRR Cores, delineate what you should expect from your local Core and what they will expect from you, and help you create a check list and workflow to help step through your next grant application seamlessly.  This webinar is geared to helping your grant proposal funding application stand out through effective use of SRR core laboratories.  Cores create a collaborative hub for projects, providing wide-ranging expertise in experimental design, methodology and budgeting; access and training on advanced technology that is cost effective, unbiased and transparent; employ best practices and data standards, reducing variables to generate objective, unbiased data; and guidance through the NIH data management and sharing policy.

 

Real-case-scenario road maps on how to design an experiment that leverages the use of multiple core facilities will be presented.  Road maps will encompass the questions a researcher should ask, considerations for experimental design, price models, and how to establish a working relationship that will establish trust, collaboration, and accountability.

 

Overview of Presentation:

  • Increase understanding and awareness of the support options in shared research resource core laboratories (SRR) 
  • Gain tools for facilitating conversations with SRR staff 
  • Learn how to develop a budget inclusive of SRR

Roxann Ashworth, MHS

Administrative Manager, Genetic Resources Core Facilities DNA Services

Genetic Resources Core Facilities DNA Services

Nicole White, PhD

Director Research Operations

Cincinnati Children's Hospital

Sridar Chittur, BPharm, PhD, MBA

Director, Center for Functional Genomics and Research Associate Professor, School of Public Health

University at Albany-State University of New York

Sheenah Mische, PhD

Sr. Director, Advanced Research Technologies, Associate Professor, Pathology

NYU Grossman School of Medicine

Nicholas Ambulos, Jr., PhD

Professor of Microbiology & Immunology and Medicine

University of Maryland

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Live Webinar Event
11/28/2023 at 12:00 PM (EST)  |  Recorded On: 11/28/2023
11/28/2023 at 12:00 PM (EST)  |  Recorded On: 11/28/2023
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