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New York

...unicate messages about research outcomes to different stakeholders, including donors, patients, Board members as well as the scientific community. Speaker presentations will be followed by small group breakout sessions that focus more sharply on...

Bethesda

...ory science and innovation initiatives, including the Advancing Regulatory Science Initiative, the Critical Path Initiative, scientific professional development, scientific integrity, and the Medical Countermeasures Initiative (MCMi). Since 2011,...

Alexandria

...uded a panel discussion about the many ways that funders track awardees and alumni to facilitate program evaluation. See the presentations from the Lymphoma Research Foundation, the American Heart Association, and Autism Speaks. Notes to the meeting...

2010 Member Meetings & News

...e next Members’ Meeting, scheduled for September 29-30, 2010, in Chicago, hosted by the Alzheimer’s Association. Presentations and background materials are listed below by session, as outlined on the meeting agenda. Introductory...

2008 Member Meetings & News

...Disease.” Breakout session on strategies for opening new interdisciplinary fields and changing institutional behavior: Presentations from this session included an introduction by moderator Dr. Maryrose Franko of HHMI and presentations by Dr....

2009 Member Meetings & News

...e chapter offers several charts and tables that will be useful to a wide variety of funders of health research and training. Presentations from the GMS 2009 (Altum) conference in February: A presentation by J. J. McGowan, Ph.D., Deputy Director for...

Grants Administration Interest Group

...ation Working Groups: “Using rigorous classification of funded research to communicate research strategy and to inform scientific management of the research portfolio.”HRA would like to thank Stephanie Reffey, Ph.D., Director, Research...

Bethesda

...by hearing several case studies from member organizations. Background materials suggested by our speakers and pdfs of their presentations are listed by session below. Update on the National Center for Advancing Translational Science (NCATS):...

Research Reproducibility

...rofessor, University of Medicine, Berlin Title: Institutions Must Do Their Part for Reproducibility Mark Dwain Lindner, PhD, Scientific Review Officer, Center for Scientific Review, National Institutes of Health Titles: Assessing Therapeutic...

NYC

...Ph.D., Deputy Director, Science, Outreach and Policy, National Institutes of Health Presentation by Ann Bonham, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer, Association of American Medical Colleges A presentation recently released by FASEB, “NIH Research...

Drug/Therapy Development Interest Group

...development of treatments and cures. Co-Chairs: Jill O’Donnell-Tormey, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer and Director of Scientific Affairs, Cancer Research Institute Diana Shineman, Ph.D., Director, Scientific Affairs, Alzheimer’s Drug...

Chicago

...ssociation for the time and thought they invested in planning a truly outstanding agenda for the HRA Members’ Meeting. PRESENTATIONS AND BACKGROUND READINGS FROM THE MEETING: Presentations and background readings from the meeting have been...

Cleveland

...ound reading: Article: “An open investigation of the reproducibility of cancer biology research“ Article: “Scientific Utopia: II. Restructuring Incentives and Practices to Promote Truth Over Publishability“ Article:...

Durham

...d in planning another fantastic agenda for the HRA Members’ Meeting. PRESENTATIONS AND BACKGROUND READINGS FROM THE MEETING: Presentations and background readings from the meeting have been grouped by session below. It may be useful to view the...

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