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Bethesda

...nnon.gallagher@aacr.org) Senior Program Administrator | AACR Foundation 10:30am – 12:00pm: Communicating Impact of our Funding One of the major challenges of biomedical funding organizations is to accurately and effectively communicate the...

Manhattan Beach

...asic science research. How will these new initiatives accelerate, transform or even disrupt traditional models of biomedical funding? How do they set strategies and priorities for their funding in basic science? What are some opportunities for HRA...

New York

...tcome-oriented research. Over the last decade, academia has generated an upsurge in team science initiatives, while external funding agencies in the United States and around the globe have made more collaborative and team-based science funding...

2007 Member Meetings & News

...rships “Examples of Leveraging NonFederal Dollars for Research” from a 2004 Institute of Medicine Report, “Strategies to Leverage Funding” Link to the website of the Foundation for the NIH Materials for the session...

2008 Member Meetings & News

...(12/2/2008) The NIH Announces New Scoring Procedures for Evaluation of Research Applications Received for Potential FY 2010 Funding:NOT-OD-09-024 (12/2/2008) The NIH Announces Enhanced Review Criteria for Evaluation of Research Applications...

2010 Member Meetings & News

...ory presentations: Introductory comments and welcome by Marc Hurlbert, Ph.D., HRA Board Chair. Trends in biomedical research funding and the impact on academic health centers: Presentation: An overview of trends in biomedical research funding by Ray...

NYC

...elements with a mechanism to submit comments. Comments will be accepted through March 17, 2011. How organizations set their funding strategies: In this session we continued a theme the Alliance explores at Members’ Meetings – how...

Publications

...a publication of the Philanthropy Roundtable, “Breakthrough: Medical research is dominated by government and corporate funding. How can philanthropic dollars find a distinctive niche?” The article includes information about the funding...

Grants Administration Interest Group

...funding for his lab and who has also presented on crowdfunding for AAAS and other audiences, gave an overview of “crowdfunding basics,” discussed crowdfunding from the scientist’s perspective, and explored whether and how...

Chicago

...neral background readings for this session: “Conducting retrospective impact analysis to inform a medical research charity’s funding strategies: the case of Asthma UK,” Allergy, Asthma & Clinical Immunology, 2013. Check out the evaluation...

2009 Member Meetings & News

...by Sean Tunis, M.D., M. Sc., from the Center for Medical Technology Policy. Dr. Tunis has suggested several readings: “Strategies to Improve Comparative Effectiveness Research Methods and Data Infrastructure,”from a June, 2009, Brookings...

Links

...(NIH) NIH is the primary federal agency responsible for conducting and supporting medical research, distributing 80% of its funding in research grants. Composed of 27 Institutes and Centers, NIH is a part of the US Department of Health and Human...

Publications for Members Only

...h, Kathryn (Kate) Ahlport of HRA, and Nancy Sung, Ph.D., then of the Burroughs Wellcome Fund, describes the landscape of the funding for biomedical research and training by non-governmental, not-for-profit organizations in far greater detail than...

Discovery Science Interest Group

...Medical and Scientific Relations, Alzheimer’s Association, led a roundtable discussion on establishing optimal funding strategies. Notes from this discussion are now available, as well as a summary of the results of a brief survey the...

Drug/Therapy Development Interest Group

...Issues specifically related to drug and other therapy development could include: Effect of nonprofit accounting standards on funding models Working with big pharma – access to drugs on the shelf; and a role for nonprofits in big pharma drug...

Philadelphia

...of Preventive Medicine, 2012. “A four-phase model of transdiscipinary team-based research: goals, team processes, and strategies,” by Kara Hall et al., published in TBM in 2012 A comment, “We need negative metrics, too,” by...

Research Reproducibility

...ed the Research Reproducibility Interest Group. The goal of this group is to develop concrete recommendations that nonprofit funding organizations can implement to ensure increased publication of reproducible scientific findings. Resources from...

New Frontiers in Science Distinguished Lectureship Program at FDA

...ity and the FDA by bringing outstanding scientific leaders to the FDA for short periods to serve as Distinguished Lecturers. Funding from three HRA member organizations have made this program possible: the Burroughs Wellcome Fund, the Doris Duke...

HRA Interest and Working Groups

...es on issues specifically related to drug and other therapy development such as: Effect of nonprofit accounting standards on funding models Working with big pharma – access to drugs on the shelf and a role for nonprofits in pharma drug...

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