“NIA 101” webinar scheduled for June 14

National-Institute-on-AgingDo you have a research idea related to aging but don’t know how to get your project funded? Dr. Chyren Hunter, deputy director of the Division of Extramural Activities and training officer with the National Institute on Aging may have the answer for you.

On June 14, 2016, Dr. Hunter will host “NIA 101,” a free hour-long webinar.  She’ll explain each step of the NIA grant application and review process and respond to questions from the audience. The aim is for investigators to have all the information they need to apply for NIA funding. Participants will get a copy of the presentation, a transcript of the questions and answers and a link to the archived recorded session.

Register for the webinar online. Once you’ve registered, you’ll receive an e-mail telling you how to join the webinar and other information.

“NIA 101” is the latest in a series of webinars sponsored by NIA’s Office of Special Populations and the Emerging Scholar and Professional Organization (ESPO) of the Gerontological Society of America (GSA). The collaboration is part of an effort to enable researchers to access NIA funding and training programs, and to help students, postdocs and junior researchers become involved in the gerontology field.

Access past webinars and let NIA know what you’re interested in learning about as they plan their next webinar, here.

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