We provide tailor-made interactive sessions to participants at all levels of career development and with a variety of scientific interests. Specific approaches, duration of workshops and information used are geared to the participants.One-on-one as well as group sessions are used in developing grantsmanship skills and in addressing individual interests. Sessions can be held at your home institution, in conjunction with local or national meetings of scientific associations or societies, or at another site of your choice.
Throughout his 25+ year career at NIH, Dr. Braveman developed and presented grant writing workshops in a variety of settings and to scientists at all levels of career development. Workshops ranged from several hours to days in duration and were custom-made for the specific participants.
A sampling of topics and titles include:
The Role of NIH in Funding Biomedical and Behavioral Research: An Update on Trigeminal Neuralgia. Annual meeting of the Trigeminal Neuralgia Association, San Diego, 2002.
Clinical Trials Research: What Federal Agencies Look For in Funding Randomized Trials.Presented to annually for several years at the Summer Research Institute on Clinical Dental Research Methods, University of Washington, and at several other venues.
Preparing An Application For A Federally Funded Clinical Trial.Presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Dental Research, San Antonio, 1995. (repeated in subsequent years)
Building An Effective Research Infrastructure to Meet the Oral Health Needs of the Hispanic Community. Annual Meeting of the Hispanic Dental Association. Philadelphia, 2001.