FreeMind Group and the Fred HutchinsonCancerResearchCenter
are pleased to invite you to an educational seminar focusing on
Non dilutive funding mechanisms and the process of maximizing chances for awards on complex and large scale applications
Ayal Ronen, Senior Director Marketing & Sales, FreeMind Group
While the NIH budget is only moderately affected by recent financial and economic events, we are witnessing continued movement towards larger scope and collaborative awards, and an increased competitiveness on standard awards as the number of submissions grows dramatically.
This competitive environment calls for adjustments from veteran researchers, as well as a better preparation and understanding of the funding mechanisms, systems and interests that lead to award.
The challenge today therefore is to identify the most suitable funding opportunity for a specific project, while presenting a clear and coherent application relating to all aspects that are reviewed: scientific, financial and strategic.
In this seminar we will discuss:
- Government funding as a strategic source of funding
- Identifying the most relevant funding opportunities and how to set your application's strategy
- Industry & acdemia collaboration
- The challenges in putting together a complex and large scale application
- Short term/large scale funding opportunities
- Process for applying, requirements and limitations
- How to maximize chances for success
The seminar is designed for new and experienced researchers from academic research institutes, and for life science companies conducting R&D activities, who wish to increase their chances for as well as the total amount of funding awarded.
The seminar is FREE of charge.
Monday, November 14th at 2:00 PM-3:00 PM PDT
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Pelton Auditorium (B1-065), the Thomas Building
1100 Fairview Ave. N. J5-110, Seattle, WA 98109-1024