Resources for Faculty, Staff & Trainees
For Faculty and Trainees
- Pre-Award Services
- UNC Lineberger Core Facilities
- P01 Workshop: The focus of this annual 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
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