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NIH GUIDE, Volume 21, Number 13, April 3, 1992

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  Biomedical Research, Multidiscipl 

  Behavioral/Social Studies/Service 

  Grants Administration/Policy+ 

National Institutes of Health

A regional conference covering topics related to grants administration

at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is planned for June 6-7,

1992 at the Tremont Plaza Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland.  The NIH

conference will precede the Society of Research Administrators'

Northeast Section meeting scheduled to be held in this same location

from June 8-10, 1992.

The conference is located to attract research administrators from New

England, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and

Washington, DC.  Those interested from other states are encouraged to

attend.  Faculty are welcome even though this particular seminar is

intended primarily for the administrator.  Staff from small and

minority colleges, for-profit research organizations, hospitals,

universities, and research institutes are also invited.

This two-day conference will be of interest to both new and senior

grants administrators.  Discussions of current issues that affect NIH

funding and grants administration are included to give conference

participants a comprehensive, up-to-date view of NIH-sponsored

research.  Topics for discussion will include science planning, cost

management, effective research administration, and pre and post award

issues.  The format for this conference will include case studies,

group discussions, and formal presentations.  Time will be available

for conference participants to meet informally with the NIH

representatives and discuss topics of special interest.

Mr. Geoffrey Grant, Grants Policy Officer, Office of Extramural

Research, representatives from the Division of Research Grants, and

grants management staff of several awarding components of NIH are

featured speakers.


Advance registration is required because conference space is limited to

the first 200 registrants.  For a conference schedule and registration

information, contact:

Ms. Anita King

Telephone:  (617) 638-4640


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