The DoD Grant Seeking Workshop aims to help health sciences researchers identify new funding opportunities and better understand the unique requirements and considerations for submitting a strong DoD proposal.

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Workshop Sessions

The inaugural workshop, held Jan. 27 to Feb. 10, 2021, included a comprehensive introduction to DoD, details about the application and review process, a panel of experienced DoD faculty and consumer reviewers, and a keynote presentation offering insights into AFRL research priorities by Dr. Rajesh Naik, Chief Scientist for the Air Force Research Laboratory's 711th Human Performance Wing.

Select session recordings are available. Contact the research development team for more information. 

Session 1:

Your mission, should you choose to accept it: A broad overview of DoD funding

Kelsey Hassevoort, Research Development Specialist, IHSI

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Health research at the DoD: What to expect

Brandi Barnes, Research Development Manager, IHSI

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Session 2:

You found a funding opportunity — now what? Overview of the DoD application and review process 

Maggie Berg, Research Development Manager, IHSI

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Panel discussion: Consumer reviewers and researchers share their experiences

 


Session 3:

Military/Veteran Relevance, Recruitment, and Research: Considerations for Engagement

Jeni Hunniecutt, Assistant Director of Research Engagement and Educational Programming, Chez Veterans Center

Keynote presentation

Dr. Rajesh Naik, Chief Scientist, Air Force Research Laboratory