Introduction to NIH Programs, Proposals and Reviews

Wed, 11/14/2018 - 9:00am - 10:30am
Five Partners Place, Room 3201

What NIH program is the best fit for me?

What are the required components?

What is the review process and who are the reviewers?

What makes a strong proposal?

Who do I call to ask a question about the program?


To get the answers to these questions and more, please join us to discuss NIH programs, proposal development, and the review process.


The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is a complex agency with numerous programs, but we can help you navigate the programs, the proposal requirements and the review process.  Quyen Wickham, Center for Research Program Development and Enrichment, will be facilitating a workshop to discuss the NIH and will provide program information and tips for developing a strong proposal.  Whether you are new to NIH or just want to increase the competitiveness of your proposals, this is a great way to learn more about funding through NIH.   


Seating is limited, so please register HERE.


Researchers from all levels (faculty, research staff, postdocs and graduate students) are welcome to attend.  For those unable to attend the session, we will be livestreaming the event.  If you are interested in online viewing, please register using the “Live Stream Viewing” ticket type at least 48 hours before the session as this option requires some initial preparation.  You must use your OU email address to register and you will be sent instructions about accessing the session.


Please contact Cindy Clark at for additional information.  

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