The National Institutes of Health are offering several webinars in the near future that may interest you and have a significant catalog of recorded webinars that may also prove useful.
Grant Writing Webinar Series for Institutions Building Research and Research Training Capacity
- 3-part series offered on 8/16, 9/26, and 11/1.
- Offered by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences
- “During the webinars, we will share suggestions for navigating the process of seeking NIH funding. You will also learn considerations for determining research idea and grant writing readiness, selecting opportunities to apply for, effectively writing your grant application and seeking appropriate feedback… Registration is required to attend. The webinars will be recorded and made available for on-demand viewing after the event. You may also register if you cannot attend but would like to be notified when the recordings are posted. “
NIH Data Management and Sharing (DMS) Policy 2-Part Webinar Series
- Beginning on January 25, 2023, NIH’s new policy on Data Management and Sharing will go into effect. Learn more about it in these webinars.
- 2-part series offered on 8/11 and 9/22
- Offered by the NIH Office of Science Policy and the NIH Office of Extramural Research
- “In this series, our policy experts will break down what the policy means for you and discuss key factors to consider when sharing data.”
Science of Diversity Seminar Series
- An ongoing webinar series from the NIH Scientific Workforce Diversity Office
- Upcoming webinar on 9/14 is titled, “How Does Diversity Affect Innovation in Pharma?
- Recordings of previous webinars are available, including “How Does Diversity Impact Science?”, “Fostering Cohort Recruitment”, and Achieving Equity in Faculty – Pros and Cons of Cohort Recruitment.”
Methods: Mind the Gap Webinar Series
- “Methods: Mind the Gap webinars explore research design, measurement, intervention, data analysis, and other methods of interest in prevention science. “
- Upcoming webinar on 8/31 is, “A Primer in Machine Learning in Epidemiology and Health Outcomes Research.”
- Recordings of past webinars are available, including “Multiple Imputation Methods for Group-Based Interventions”, Robust Inference for Stepped Wedge Designs”, and “Choosing Sample Sizes for Multilevel and Longitudinal Studies Analyzed with Linear Mixed Models.”
Integrative Medicine Research Lecture Series
- Offered by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health
- Currently no upcoming webinars scheduled
- Recordings of past webinars are available, including “Advancing Research on Emotional Well-Being and Regulation of Eating”, “Well-Being and the Economic Burden of Disease: What Are We Learning From Cancer Survivors”, and “Can a Controversial Tree Help End the Opiod Crisis.”
Sexual and Gender Minority Research Office Scientific Webinar Series
- Currently no upcoming webinars scheduled
- Recordings of past webinars are available, including “Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Minoritized Youth and Young Adults in the US”, “Minority Stress and Cardiovascular Health amonth Sexual and Gender Minority Populations”, and “COVID-19 health behaviors in a sexual minority sample: The impact of internalized stigma.”
NIH Office of Disease Prevention
- Upcoming webinar on 8/18, “Spreading Effective Interventions to Support Healthy Child Growth: CDC’s Data Modernization and Implementation Science Efforts”
- Recordings of past webinars are available, including “FIERCE Exercise Study: A Community-Based Cancer Prevention Trial in Metabolically Unhealth Black Women”.
Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research
- Upcoming webinar on 9/27, NIH OBSSR Director’s Webinar: Guest Presenter Emily Falk, Ph.D., Dr. Falk is a Professor of Communication, Psychology, and Marketing at the University of Pennsylvania; Director of Penn’s Communication Neuroscience Lab; and a Distinguished Fellow of the Annenberg Public Policy Center. She is an expert in the science of behavior change. Her research uses tools from psychology, neuroscience, and communication to examine what makes messages persuasive, why and how ideas spread, and what makes people effective communicators.
- Recordings of past webinars are available, including “NIH Behavioral and Social Science Research Festival (Nov.18 & 19, 2021)”, “Quality fo Care, Disparities, and the Healthcare Crisis for Moms and Babies of Color”, and “Behavioral Health and Injury Prevention: The Emergency Department as a Window to Community and Population Health.”
I hope that you find something that will assist you in your research and education efforts among these webinars. As always, the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs is happy to assist you in finding or applying for external funding to support your scholarly efforts.
Grant and Research Development Specialist, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs