The Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Institute (IHSI) hosted the inaugural Department of Defense (DoD) Grant Seeking Workshop Jan. 27 to Feb. 10, 2021. This workshop was separated into three 90-minute weekly segments, making it easier for attendees to learn about seeking DoD funding.
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. This three-session event 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 by Dr. Rajesh Naik, Chief Scientist for the Air Force Research Laboratory's 711th Human Performance Wing.
- Overview of health research opportunities at the DoD
- How to develop a competitive DoD proposal
- Insights into AFRL research priorities
- Insider perspectives on the review process
Overview of DoD funding
Videos available from this session:
Kelsey Hassevoort: A Broad Overview of DoD funding
Brandi Barnes: Health Research at the DoD
DoD application and review process and panel discussion
Video available from this session:
Maggie Berg: Overview of the DoD Application & Review Process
Considerations for engagement with Veterans and keynote presentation