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  • April 18th, 2019


    On April 8th, 2019, W@TH hosted Dee Henderson, Senior PR Specialist & Science Writer, to give a lecture on how to work proactively with public relations to ace that interview, ensure your news release reaches the right reporters at the right time, and you sound and look polished and professional.

  • April 16th, 2019

     
    Lynda.com is the training & education arm of LinkedIn. It's offered by most public libraries, and GW affiliates have access here

  • April 11th, 2019


    Applications are due April 19 to the DC Health RFA: Comprehensive Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Electronic Health Record Integration and Delivery. Up to 8 recipients will receive awards in amounts from $50,000 up to $112,500. Click here for the RFA. 

  • April 10th, 2019


    Johnson & Johnson partnered Children's National to bring JLABS to Washington, DC! This includes the JLABS Residency. Awards will have up to $150,000 in funding. 

  • April 9th, 2019


    On May 14 - 15, 2019, VCU hosts the annual Community Engagement Institute, a free event that provides faculty members, community partners and graduate students the opportunity to build a fundamental understanding of the principles of community engagement in the 21st century. Learn more here

  • April 8th, 2019


    Harvard Medical School invites women in healthcare to Boston, MA on November 14-16, 2019. Attendees will earn CEs while studying evidence-based strategies and skills development that help women at various career stages step into and succeed in leadership positions.

  • March 21st, 2019
     
    SAVE THE DATE:
    The annual symposium highlights the Children's National – NIAID partnership around four key research aims developed between the two institutions. This year, the symposium will be held on November 8, 2019 at the NIH Natcher Conference Center. More details to follow. 
  • March 18th, 2019


    An NCATS program under NIH's HEAL Initiative, A Specialized Platform for Innovative Research Exploration (ASPIRE), is accepting applications until May 31. Program information can be found here. Interested parties can watch an informational video here

  • March 18th, 2019


    In 2016, Nikki Posnack earned a pilot during award from CTSI-CN and earned her first R01 from the NHLBI in 2018. Helping scientists transition from early-stage to independent investigator is a key CTSA program goal. Read more about Dr. Posnack's work and journey here.

  • March 14th, 2019


    PRIDE is accepting applications until all spots are filled for these summer programs. If you know of colleagues who would benefit from this innovative research training and mentorship opportunity, we urge you to encourage them to apply.

  • March 13th, 2019


    Sign up soon to join a team for the annual CTSI-CN Hackathon from 1:00 - 5:30 pm on Friday, March 29. Team participation is open to all faculty/staff of Children's National and George Washington. 

  • February 27th, 2019
    Save the date: Saturday, June 1, CLIC will host an Un-Meeting on Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Rochester, NY. More details to come. 
  • February 27th, 2019

    The AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges) Early Career Women Faculty Leadership Development Seminar will take place July 27 - 30, 2019, at the Ritz-Carlton in St. Louis, Missouri.

  • February 27th, 2019

    The Training Program in Hematology for postdoctoral fellows provides experience in hematology, immunology, critical care, cardiology and nephrology and transfusion medicine with a focus on immunology (including cellular therapy), immunobiology and thrombosis research. Trainees work on projects in the laboratories of leading investigators at Children’s National, George Washington University, Howard University, and the National Institute of Health. 

  • February 21st, 2019
    The CTSI-CN Community Advisory Board (CAB), part of the CTSI-CN Community Engagement Module, is available to consult with investigators, facilitating linkages between communities and researchers in all stages of the investigative process. This program is free to investigators. Requests can be submitted through SPARC (https://sparc.ctsicn.org). 
  • February 20th, 2019
    Dr. Brian Glancy of NHLBI and NIAMS will visit Children's National on February 21st to discuss The Muscle Mitochondrial Reticulum. 
  • February 12th, 2019
    Clinical investigators are invited to the CTSI-CN clinical research unit for a series of focus groups. We want to hear what you need from us. 
  • February 7th, 2019


    The ten finalists have been announced for the 2019 CTSI-CN Hackathon. Read more and register to attend here

  • February 5th, 2019

    While the overall success rate of all NIH LRP applicants from 2006-2017 is an impressive ~50% across all NIH ICs, the success rate of CTSA Program KL2 Scholar applicants is even more notable: nearly 79% – a stat that may surprise many early career researchers. Read more here
  • January 18th, 2019
    Martin Luther King Jr. day has become a recognized day of service. Click here to learn where you can serve. 

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