Webinar: Navigating Research Collaborations as a Teaching-Based Professor


UPDATE: The video from this webinar is now available.

NIGMS is committed to increasing biomedical research capacity, including at institutions where faculty have significant teaching responsibilities. In these settings, research collaborations across institutions can be especially beneficial. Join us as we explore this topic:

Thursday, March 25, 3:00-4:00 p.m. ET

The panelists, all NIH Research Enhancement Award (R15) grantees who collaborate with principal investigators outside their institutions, include:

  • Timothy B. Clark, professor, department of chemistry and biochemistry, University of San Diego
  • Wendi M. David, senior lecturer, department of chemistry and biochemistry, Texas State University
  • Megan Núñez, professor of chemistry and dean of faculty affairs, Wellesley College
  • Peter Woodruff, associate professor of chemistry, University of Southern Maine

Following the panel presentations, attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions.

A recording will be available on the NIGMS website following the event.  

Participants requiring sign language interpretation and/or other reasonable accommodations should email us through our contact form or call the Federal Relay Service at 800-877-8339 at least 3 days prior to the event.

6 Replies to “Webinar: Navigating Research Collaborations as a Teaching-Based Professor”

  1. I am very interested in attending, but I am teaching at this time. Any chance that a recording might be shared post webinar?

  2. This is such an interesting topic. However, will the presentation be mainly focused on lab research? I am more of a behavioral scientist who needs primary data collection. Let me know.

    1. While the panelists do work that involves laboratory research, they’ll discuss strategies for forming collaborations, seeking funding, and the like. There should be general principles there that apply to most disciplines.

  3. Hi,
    I missed the opportunity because, I was teaching during meeting hours. You have responded above (your reply to Dr. Rich gurney) that recording will be available on ‘meeting page’. I tried there, I did not see the recording. That page has details on joining zoom meeting. I will appreciate if you will provide steps to access recording- what should I do fiest, second and on..). Is there any age bar (meaning these grants are only for beginners (junior-researchers) and not for senior-researchers ?
    Thanking you in anticipation.
    With warm regards,
    Balwant Chauhan, MD, PhD
    associate Professor, Sch. of Pharmacy,
    American Univ. of Health Sciences (AUHS), Signal Hill, CA

    1. A link to the recording will be available at the top of this post and on the meeting page as soon as it’s available. It typically takes a week or two to prepare the video for posting.

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