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Funding Mechanisms Designed to Transition to Scientific Indepedence

Funding Mechanisms Designed to Transition to Scientific Indepedence

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Finding the right audience and funding mechanism for your grant is high on the list of challenges facing early career investigators in anesthesiology. We at eSAS are very fortunate to have the support Dr. Alison Cole, PhD, Chief of the Pharmacological and Physiological Sciences Branch at the National Institute for General Medical Sciences (NIGMS). As part of her role at NIGMS, she administers grants in anesthesiology and peri-operative pain and has been an outstanding resource to many anesthesiologist-scientists. With her permission, we are posting her presentation, “Funding Mechanisms Designed to Transition to Scientific Independence”, presented at the IARS 2017 Annual Meeting in Washington, DC.

Transition to Independence

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