Upcoming Events at Brown University

Grantsmanship II: The Peer Review Process

Date: Thursday, March 23, 2017 
Time: Noon - 1:00 PM
Location: J. Walter Wilson, Room 503 - 69 Brown Street
Identify priorities and avoid pitfalls when applying for federal funding; this workshop specifically addresses NIH F-series awards. How do funding agencies evaluate your grant applications? How do reviewers really assess your research? Join presenter Justine Allen, PhD, for an insider’s perspective on the review process and learn to tailor your grant proposals to meet agencies’ goals! Please register here and mark your calendar for this helpful and insightful session. Thursday, March 23rd from 12-1 PM at J. Walter Wilson, Room 503, 69 Brown Street.  

3rd Quarterly Cookie Hour
Join us as you start your day for coffee and a treat!  Meet OGPS staff and ask questions, share concerns, and tell us what events and resources you'd like to see offered.  Enter to win some awesome science-themed prizes! All BioMed graduate students and postdocs are welcome!  
Monday, March 27 from 9-11 AM at 85 Waterman Street, Room 015 (formerly BERT 015).

R00 Panel Discussion: The NIH Pathway to Independence Award

Date: - April 26, 2017
Time: - Noon - 1:00 PM
Location: -TBD

Registration: - TBD

Known as the Pathway to Independence award, the NIH’s K99/R00 transitional award is designed to facilitate a postdoc’s ability to transition to an independent scientist role earlier in his or her career. At this event we will hear from three current Brown faculty members who have done just that--earned K99/R00 awards and landed faculty positions. If you are a graduate student or postdoc who is interested in learning more about this award, don’t miss this event! Pizza will be served; sign up here to let us know you’re interested in attending and to submit questions to the panel.

Note: If there is inclement weather and the University is closed, any event listed will be cancelled, and possibly rescheduled at a later date. Call the Brown Snow Line at 863-3111 for further information, or listen to local school closings.