Research Development Workshop: Succeeding with Graduate Training Grants
Research Development Workshop
Succeeding with Graduate Training Grants
909 Renaissance Park
This interactive workshop will feature successful strategies for developing training programs, presented by Professor John Essigmann, BS ’70, Director of the MIT Center for Environmental Health Sciences. The CEHS has maintained a NIH-sponsored T32 grant in environmental toxicology for over 30 years. John will cover the essential components for a training program and strategies for applying for an NIH Institutional Research Training Grant (T32). Discussion will also include institutional resources for data tables and other training grant requirements of the NIH T32 and NSF IGE and NRT training programs.
John Essigmann is the William R. (1956) and Betsy P. Leitch Professor in Residence of Chemistry in the MIT Department of Chemistry and Professor of Toxicology and Biological Engineering in the MIT Department of Biological Engineering, as well as the director of the Center for Environmental Health Sciences (CEHS). The mission of the MIT CEHS is to take a leadership role in facilitating and promoting research into the biological effects of exposure to environmental agents in order to understand and predict how such exposures affect human health.
Lunch will be provided.
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Friday, November 2, 2018 at 12:00pm to 1:30pm
1135 Tremont Street