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Thursday, June 25, 2015

NIH Proposal Workshop

Grant Training Center

Writing/Designing Winning
NIH Proposals Workshop

This comprehensive workshop is designed to help you understand the proposal writing and submission procedures for the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
This workshop is for those who:
·         Need to understand how to navigate the NIH website
·         Want to improve their proposal writing skills
·         Are interested in the latest NIH funding regulations and trends
After this workshop, you will know how to:
·         Read and interpret RFAs
·         Determine the right grant mechanism for your research idea
·         Build an airtight case for funding
·         Revise a proposal for resubmission
·         Understand the scoring and review process
·         Submit proposals that reach the top of competitions
Can't make it? We also have:
An Online Version of this Workshop

Taking place at
University of Illinois
Chicago, IL
July 21, 2015
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
There is a $25/person discount available for groups or a $135 discount for those who take both the NIH and NSF workshops. Only the highest discount will be applied.
You may also be interested in the NSF counterpart to this workshop
on July 20, 2015
For more information, visit our website
or call: 1-866-704-7268

Friday, June 5, 2015

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Internship/practicum opportunity

Seeking self-motivated, talented graduate student to work for a start-up public health consulting firm. Projects include working with local and state level health departments and universities on evaluation, strategic planning, and programming planning. Current projects are focused on evaluating a subsequent teen pregnancy prevention program, and designing a primary teen pregnancy prevention strategy. Options for a primary teen pregnancy reduction strategy include taking a direct service approach or population based approach. We are looking for a student who can add to the discussion and help determine which approach to
Roles and responsibilities include the
·      Assists with the program planning for a statewide primary teen prevention program;
·      Conducting literature reviews and write-ups independently;
·      Writing report introductions, executive reports, and discussion sections;
·      Creating logic models;
·      Entering data;
·      Descriptive data analysis and creating tables for inclusion in final reports;
·      Aiding in all other aspects of program
Students will be expected to meet deliverables and deadlines on time and to be present at all meetings. Telecommuting is permissible, as long as the deliverables and deadlines are met in a professional manner.
To apply please submit resume and cover letter to Dr. Theresa Chapple-McGruder at tchapple@essenceph.com. 
About the firm: The Essence of Public Health is a consulting firm that strives to improve public health systems and programs by translating data into action and research into practice. To learn more about Essence of Public Health, please visit essenceph.com.