LAST NIH REGIONAL SEMINAR IN PROGRAM FUNDING AND GRANTS ADMINISTRATION FOR 2002 
TO BE HELD JUNE 6 AND 7

Release Date:  May 3, 2002

NOTICE:  NOT-OD-02-048

National Institutes of Health

Are you relatively new to NIH funding?  NIH holds two seminars a year 
that are designed to help research faculty and administrators learn the 
fundamentals of preparing a strong application and navigating the 
review process, better understand the roles and responsibilities of 
parties involved in Federally funded research, and clarify Federal 
regulations and policies.  NIH grants management, review, policy and 
scientific program staff provide a broad array of expertise and make 
themselves available for participant questions throughout the two-day 
seminars.  The NIH Regional Seminars are appropriate for grants 
administrators, new researchers and graduate students.

The final NIH Regional Seminar for 2002 will be hosted by the 
University of Louisville on June 6-7 in Louisville, Kentucky.  The full 
seminar program and registration information is available at 
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/seminars.htm.


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