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Training and Career Development. Applications & Funding: Perspectives from the National Institutes of Health – NIH and the The National Institute on Drug Abuse - NIDA. Beth Babecki , M.A. Training Coordinator Division of Basic Neuroscience & Behavioral Research, NIDA.

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    1. Training and Career Development Applications & Funding: Perspectives from the National Institutes of Health – NIH and the The National Institute on Drug Abuse - NIDA Beth Babecki, M.A. Training Coordinator Division of Basic Neuroscience & Behavioral Research, NIDA

    2. Topics for Today • What is NIH and NIDA interested in? 2. What can NIH and NIDA do for me? 3. How do I become independent?

    3. What’s happening at NIH? Witness before the Subcommittee on Labor Education Appropriations – March 2012 • Investments in the biomedical infrastructure, in scientists’ ideas, and in workforce training are essential to drive the innovation that will spur America’s economic recovery and future growth. • The U.S. must compete in training America’s next generation to make tomorrow’s health discoveries and ensure continued scientific leadership. NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins

    4. What’s happening at NIH? Witness before the Subcommittee on Labor Education Appropriations – March 2012 • Investments in the biomedical infrastructure, in scientists’ ideas, and in workforce training are essential to drive the innovation that will spur America’s economic recovery and future growth. • The U.S. must compete in training America’s next generation to make tomorrow’s health discoveries and ensure continued scientific leadership. NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins That’s YOU!

    5. What’s Happening at the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)? • NIDA’s Mission is to bring the power of science to bear on drug abuse and addiction • NIDA’s Research Priorities: • Prevention • Treatment • Medical Consequences • Evidence-Based Interventionsto expand availability, adoption, and access to substance abuse and HIV treatment services Nora D. Volkow, M.D., Director

    6. 1. Would my research be interestingto NIH?

    7. Institute Director

    8. Funding

    9. Organization

    10. Strategic Plan

    11. NIDA's mission is to lead the Nation in bringing the power of science to bear on drug abuse and addiction  Chemistry and Physiological Systems Research Genetics & Molecular Neurobiology Research DBNBR HIV/AIDS, Pain, Women & Sex/Gender Differences, Training Functional Neuroscience Research Behavioral and Cognitive Science Research Division of Basic Neuroscience and Behavioral Research (DBNBR) Advancing the Science of Drug Addiction Through Basic Research Advancing the Science of Drug Addiction Through Basic Research

    12. Who Funds Your Kind of Research?

    13. Check out PubMedhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/ and the NIH Reporter http://projectreporter.nih.gov/reporter.cfm

    14. 2. What can NIH and NIDA do for me?

    15. Who Can I Talk To at NIH?You are Probably 3 People Away from the Right Person • Ask your mentor for a referral to an NIH Program Officer • Call a Program Announcement Contact • Study the NIH Organizational Charts • Call someone on the NIH Training Contacts listhttp://grants.nih.gov/training/tac_training_contacts.doc

    16. Who is My Primary NIH Contact?Your NIH Program Officer • Your first NIH contact • Attends the study section, recommends applications for funding, advises you and monitors your grant progress • Your advocate within the system Beth Babecki, MA Training coordinator DBNBR/NIDA 301-435-0899 bbabecki@nida.nih.gov Albert Avila, PhD Training coordinator DBNBR/NIDA 301.496.8804 aavila@nida.nih.gov

    17. What is the NIHGrants Process?

    18. Funding Preparation • Start Early

    19. Funding Receipt and Referral Center for Scientific Review Assigns Months 1-3

    20. Funding Peer Review Months 4-8

    21. FundingAward Prepare New or Recompeting Applications: the Cycle Continues 08/14/2014 Months 9-10 1K99…….….-01 YOU Got FUNDED! Start Soon

    22. What training and career development funding is available? • Diversity Programs • Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Training • Individual Awards • Institutional Awards • Career Awards • Mentored Career Awards • Research Education Awards - Institutional • Statistics and Genetics • Clinical

    23. Individual Fellowships and Training Grant Appointments for Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Fellows

    24. Pre- & Post-Doctoral Fellowshipshttp://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-12-033.html • Training at NIDAand NIH: • http://www.drugabuse.gov/funding/research-training/research-training-opportunities-young-investigators • http://grants.nih.gov/training/nrsa.htm

    25. Mentored Career Awards For Postdoctoral Fellows

    26. How does a postdoc* get protected time ? • NIH K-Kiosk http://grants.nih.gov/training/careerdevelopmentawards.htm * Mentored K Awards are also for Junior Faculty

    27. What is the NIH success ratefor individual training and career awards? 2011 http://report.nih.gov/success_rates/index.aspx

    28. R25 Statistics & Genetics Appointments

    29. NIDA Research Education Program for Clinical Researchers and Clinicians (R25) University of South Florida Boston Medical Center University of Colorado Denver New York University Boston Medical Center Medical University of South Carolina Albert Einstein College of Medicine Michigan State University Julie Ann Baldwin Patrick O’Connor Christian J. Hopfer Marc N. Gourevitch Jeffrey H. Samet Sudie E. Back Julia H. Arnsten James Christopher Anthony PAR-10-173

    30. 3. How do I become independent?

    31. Research Grants to become independent • New and Early Stage Investigator Policies http://grants.nih.gov/grants/new_investigators/index.htm

    32. How can I find my first position? In every case • Look for Goodness of Fit with your own Goals • NegotiatePosition, Salary, Benefits, Start-up costs, Space; and your Responsibilities to the institution

    33. How can I find my first position? If you had a K99/R00 award, you will have a distinct advantage • The award increases your desirability to the university • Tenure-track appointment • Your R00 award will be in addition to the salary and benefits package provided by the university

    34. Take home points • Contact a Program Officer

    35. Take home points • Contact a Program Officer • Right mechanism for you

    36. Take home points • Contact a Program Officer • Right mechanism for you 3. Think about transition early Questions? Contact Beth Babecki