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Succeeding in Mental Health & Aging Research
Date: October 31, 2017
Time: 3:00 pm ET
Presenter: George Niederehe, PhD Chief, Geriatrics and Aging Processes Research Branch, NIMH
Topic: NIMH Update on Clinical Trials and Other Changes in Grants Application Procedures and PoliciesPassword: geriatric
09/19/17 - Brent P. Forester, MD, MSc
Principles and practice of negotiation in academic medicine: How to do what you want and get paid for it
06/20/17 - Ellen Detlefsen, DLS
Publishing in e-publications and open access journals
05/16/17 - Briana Mezuk, PhD
Interdisciplinary science in mental health research: Challenges and opportunities
04/18/17 - Lisa Barry, PhD
Incorporating measures from the PhenX toolkit into grant applications
03/21/17 - Barry Lebowitz, PhD
Letters of recommendation - Much more important than you might think
02/14/17 - Michelle Mielke, PhD
Writing Biomarker-Related Grants
4/7/17 - Joseph Gallo, MD, MPH
Responding to a Grant Review
Martha L. Bruce, PhD, MPH
Dartmouth Medical School
Stephen J. Bartels, MD, MS
Dartmouth Medical School
Jeffrey Lyness, MD
University of Rochester
Yvette Sheline, MD
University of Pennsylvania
Jo Anne Sirey, PhD
Weill Cornell Medical College
Gwenn Smith, PhD
Johns Hopkins University
(ARI 2017 at Hacienda Del Sol, Tucson, Arizona)
Welcome to the Advanced Research Institute in Geriatric Mental Health (ARI) website, a resource for the sharing of information and resources for ARI applicants and for both current and past ARI Scholars.
ARI is a national mentoring program designed to help new investigators achieve their first R01 funding and assume the responsibilities of independent scientists. The program seeks to increase the number of independent investigators conducting translational, interventions and services research in geriatric mental health. These aims contribute to ARI’s overarching mission to reduce the burden of mental disorders in late life. ARI is supported by a grant to Dartmouth College from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH; R25 MH068502; PI: Martha L. Bruce).
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Don't forget that you are expected to convene at least one “virtual” meeting (webinar) of mentors and consultants. These webinars are best timed if you have made substantial revisions to your grant application, identified significant questions needing the input of different experts, or have received pink sheets following an NIH review. Please work with your ARI mentor to decide when a webinar would be most useful, and contact firstname.lastname@example.org for scheduling and logistics.