There are a variety of grants courses, workshops, and seminars available to researchers at CUMC.
- P&S K Club: The Office for Research hosts a NIH K club that starts 8-9 weeks before the NIH K award deadlines. The goal is to provide proposal management services and act as a resource for young investigators submitting new and renewal awards. Please contact the Office for Research for more information.
- Funding and Grantsmanship for Research and Career Development Activities Course: Dr. Jamie Rubin, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Vice Chair for Investigator Development, teaches a course in the spring for all interested students, postdoctoral scientists, clinical fellows, new investigators, faculty, and administrators.
- Reach for the R01 Workshop: The CTSA hosts a twice yearly workshop up to six junior faculty per term.
- Grant Writing Resources: Workshops and seminars from the Office of Faculty Affairs have featured: NIH K-Award Workshop, Navigating NIH: an overview of NIH and the grant review process; Know your K (K01, K03, K23 Awards); and Writing Effective Specific Aims.
- New York State Psychiatric Institute K Award Course: Led by Dr. Harold Pincus (New York State Psychiatric Institute), this course meets monthly from October to February with the goal of educating and preparing applicants to submit K Award applications. For more information, please email Heather Janson or call 212-543-5400.
- Mailman School of Public Health Grant Resources and Seminars: The Office of Research Resources in the MSPH has a variety of seminars and grant tools to help investigators submit grants.