NIH Training Grants: A Walking Tour Map. Presenters. Panelists: Dr. Paula Flicker , Program Director, Biophysics Branch, NIGMS, National Institutes of Health Lisa Moeller , Team Leader, NIGMS, National Institutes of Health
Dr. Paula Flicker, Program Director, Biophysics Branch, NIGMS, National Institutes of Health
Lisa Moeller, Team Leader, NIGMS, National Institutes of Health
Chad Henry, Director, Research Administration, George Warren Brown School of Social Work, Washington University in St. Louis
Mary Palmer, Trainer/Research Process Manager, Research Management Group, Stanford University
Samantha Westcott, Grant Manager, Division of Biology, California Institute of Technology
Monitors administrative and fiscal aspects of the grant
Acts as an agent of the GMO
Training 3% $764
Research Project Grants 52%
Individual Fellowships (Fs)
Institutional Training Grants (Ts)
To develop or enhance research training opportunities for individuals, selected by the institution who are training for careers in specified areas
Trainees must have opportunity to carry out supervised biomedical or behavioral research with the goal of developing or extending their research skills and knowledge
Duration of Support
Washington University in St. Louis
Year 9 Year 10
7/1/2005 – 6/30/2006 7/1/2006 – 6/30/2007
1/1/2006 – 12/31/2006
Stipend & Tuition $$ (6-months reported as unliquidated obligation)
SF 424 possible
Predoctoral Trainees and Fellows:
Postdoctoral Trainees and Fellows:
National Institutes of Health
All T32 grants must have a responsible conduct of research component that is assessed by the Review Committee for adequacy. It is mandatory that every trainee complete this assignment. An award will not be made until an adequate plan for training in responsible conduct of research has been submitted.
Peer reviewers will assess the applicant’s plan for training in the responsible conduct of research on the basis of the appropriateness of topics, format, amount and nature of faculty participation, and the frequency and duration of instruction.
ORI supports several programs designed to promote education and training in the responsible conduct of research (RCR) that covers the following nine instructional areas:
The focus of the requirement is on the plans and successes of training grants in the recruitment and graduation of trainees from underrepresented minority groups.
All applicants are expected to demonstrate commitment and proactive recruitment efforts.
Who has been underrepresented in health-related science on a national basis?
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