From Sapling to Redwood: Implementation Science Career Development Grants
Date: Thursday, October 03, 2019
Category: Priority Topic
Join us for our next Implementation Science Webinar hosted by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) Division of Cancer Control & Population Sciences (DCCPS) Implementation Science Team.
Since late 2016, we have been joined by all manner of leading experts, collaborators, mid-career investigators, and colleagues to discuss funding, training, growth in the field, global collaborations, priority areas, and the role of Implementation Science at NCI. Based on audience demand, we are excited to focus our fall programming on funding and grants development from several vantage points. On Thursday, October 3, 2019, from 3:00 - 4:00pm ET, Dr. David Chambers will be joined by Drs. Burnside, Davis, and Sheth to discuss their experience as investigators who have used career development awards, including K and T mechanisms, to grow capacity in implementation science individually and at home institutions. The session will include initial comments from our speakers, sharing their perspectives in a facilitated discussion, and we will then open it up for questions from participants.
This webinar will kick off a series of three sessions and will be followed by a late-October session featuring investigators who have shared their funded applications in our DCCPS Sample Grant repository, responding to broader questions about their paths to successful funding as well as speaking about the components of their applications they found the most challenging; in mid-November we will welcome past Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health (DIRH) Study Section Chairs sharing insights gleaned from their collective leadership of the review committee.
Dr. Elizabeth S. Burnside
Organization: University of Wisconsin, School of Medicine and Public Health
Dr. Melinda Davis
Organization: Oregon Health & Science University
Dr. Sangini Sheth
Organization: Yale New Haven Hospital
Thank you for your interest in this webinar. Archived recordings are made available within one week of live sessions.