Resources for Faculty, Staff & Trainees
For Faculty and Trainees
- Pre-Award Services
- UNC Lineberger Core Facilities
- P01 Workshop: The focus of this workshop is on how to organize, prepare, and submit an NCI Program Project Grant application led by a panel.
- UNC Lineberger Investigator-Initiated Trials Website
- Learn about resources that UNC Lineberger Cancer Center provides to PIs for Investigator-Initiated Trials (IITs), including processes, writing your protocols, and your responsibilities as an IND holder, and steps required to begin patient enrollment.
- Please feel free to attend the Channing Der Annual Career Symposium. Please save the date: August 15, 2023 from 12:00 PM-4:30 PM. Location TBD.
Grant Writing Resources
ASCO webinar series on grant writing. Webinar recordings will be added to the list below as they are made available.
UNC Lineberger Science Writing Support – Drop-In Hours
Dr. Mary Lee MacKichan, part-time science writer/reviewer for UNC Lineberger, will be hosting in-person drop-in hours to provide support for scientific writing and extramural grant review.
Use this link to book appointments in-person during Dr. MacKichan’s drop-in hours or schedule a one-on-one help session (30-60 mins) via Zoom with Dr. MacKichan.
If you have any questions, please contact Mary_Lee_MacKichan@med.unc.edu.
Free Membership for UNC researchers – Association for Clinical and Translational Science (ACTS)
The Association for Clinical and Translational Science (ACTS) is a conduit for networking, development, and discussion in the field of translational sciences.
As UNC-Chapel Hill’s CTSA Hub, TraCS supports the annual membership fee for Carolina to maintain an institutional membership to ACTS. Faculty and staff can take advantage of a diverse scientific community of more than 5,000 clinical and translational research professionals.
Go to tracs.unc.edu/index.php/news-articles/2007-acts-membership for membership information & to create an account