Research Study Group – K99 Workshop

March 26, 2019

Pathway to Independence RSG   Planning on putting together a K99 application this year or in the future? Our next ITCMS research study group will focus on the K99/R00, the NIH’s Pathway to Independence Awards that aim to transition successful late-stage postdocs into faculty positions. Topics will cover application submission through starting a lab on … Continued

Research Study Group – Patient Advocacy & Scientific Communication

February 26, 2019

What is patient advocacy? What are effective methods to communicate science to the public? Or write a lay abstract? Join us for a panel discussion on these topics and more. Patty Spears, Scientific Research Manager and Patient Advocacy from the Office of Clinical and Translational Research, will host a group of campus-affiliated patient advocates to … Continued

Research Study Group – Core Facilities

January 22, 2019

Join us to learn about the vast array of resources available to researchers at UNC through the numerous core facilities on campus. Speakers include Dr. Christopher Gregory, Director of the Office of Research Technologies, Dr. Laura Herring, Director of the UNC Michael Hooker Proteomics Center, Dr. Piotr Mieczkowski, Director of Research and Development in the … Continued

Research Study Group – Careers within the NIH/NIEHS

December 18, 2018

Join us for a panel discussion on careers at the NIH and NIEHS. We have assembled a diverse panel of past Lineberger postdocs, who are doing everything from leading research groups, to managing scientific programs, to managing funds for emerging research directions. Our discussion will touch on important topics including how to identify positions to … Continued

Research Study Group – Outreach/Science Communication

November 27, 2018

For this month’s RSG, we will discuss the timely and important topic of scientific outreach, communication, and advocacy. As recipients of tax payer-funded federal research dollars, and an aggressive climate where trust in the scientific community is at risk, it is important that scientists are able to engage in our community. We have three excellent … Continued