PDF’s of all presentations have been posted on the Fall Meeting page.
HRA and COGR held its fourth NFRI Partnership Workshop on September 24, 2019.
HRA and COGR will held its third NFRI Partnership Workshop on May 22, 2019.
The Spring 2019 members meeting will be held in American Cancer Society offices (250 Williams Street, Atlanta GA 30303) in downtown Atlanta. Please use the Williams street entrance and proceed to the back of the lobby where you will see the registration table and auditorium.
This meeting covered the following topics: Measuring Funding Impact Through Grantee Outputs (Thursday) FIRST Group Update (Thursday) Peer Review Under the Microscope: From Best Practices to Current Challenges (Thursday) Implementing New Ways to Model Human Disease for More Effective Drug Discovery (Friday) Stronger Together: How Collaboration Can Lead to Greater Impact (Friday) Links to meeting presentations and speaker bios can be…
This meeting covered the following topics: ORCID Reducing Burden and Improving Transparency (ORBIT) Project, Health Services Research, Novel Funding Models, Implementation of Funder Data Sharing Policies, Strategies for Increasing Diversity in the Workforce,
This meeting covered the following topics: Program Evaluation: Leveraging Shared Award Data and Other Data Sources, Strategic Planning, Accelerating Treatments to Patients – Crossing the “Valley of Death”, Alzheimer’s Disease Biomarkers to Accelerate Clinical Development and to Improve Clinical Practice, Speak Visually: How to Use Visual Communication to Tell Your Research Story, Open Science – Pre-Registration: Approaches to Ensuring Reproducibility…
This meeting covered the following topics: Altmetrics, Successful Implementation of Open Science and Data Sharing, Demystifying Indirect Cost in Funder Agreements, Addressing Inefficiencies to Accelerate Future Clinical Trials, Convergence: Platform Technologies to Accelerate Life Science Discovery, Private Philanthropy and Biomedical Research: Fresh Perspectives from a New Generation of Donors, Putting Grants Data to Work: Practical Approaches to Evaluation
This meeting covered the following topics: Understanding preprints, an emerging model for publication in biology, Interactions with Industry, Mainstream Media Distorting Science – and What as Funders Can We Do About It?, FDA Priorities and Interactions with Non-Profits, Communicating Impact of our Funding, Interactions with National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS), Scientific Session
This meeting covered the following topics: Use of Big Data in Precision Medicine: Patient & Disease-Specific Registries, Approaches to achieve gender equity in STEM faculty: successes, hurdles and opportunities for collaboration, “Gene Editing and Precision Medicine” Scientific Session, Measuring and Messaging Research Outcomes of Your Funding, Team Science Tools: Practical Team Science Guidance