A Gentle Introduction to NIH Grantwriting for Population Scientists
This 1-hour Zoom session, unlike most NIH-style boot camps, focuses on grant writing specifically for population scientists who overwhelmingly submit to the Population Dynamics Branch study sections. CPIP co-director Tim Bruckner provides specific "how-to's", resources available to you, and tips on how to navigate--and understand-- several NIH websites. In addition, Greg Duncan and Candice Odgers, two experienced reviewers of NIH grants, follow with a Q&A session about what reviewers look for in successful grants.
On October 13, CPIP co-hosted Mary Daly, President, San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank, for a talk: "Is the Federal Reserve Contributing to Economic Inequality?" Following the talk is a Q & A with Bill Maurer, Dean, UCI School of Social Sciences.
On June 9, CPIP hosted "Public Health and Health Care Implications of COVID-19." The third panel discussion on Covid-19 held by CPIP was moderated by CPIP co-director Tim Bruckner, and featured UCI faculty Andrew Noymer, Daniel Parker, Dana Mukamel, and special guests Ed Kacic, President, Irvine Health Foundation, and Dr. Stephanie McClellan, Chief Medical Officer, TIA Women's Health.
On May 6, CPIP hosted "Economic Impacts of Covid-19: Impact on Students' Education and Job Market Prospects." The second panel discussion on Covid-19 held by CPIP was moderated by CPIP co-director David Neumark, and featured UCI professors Damon Clark, David Schaefer, and Di Xi, Associate Vice Provost of UCI's Division of Career Pathways, Suzanne Helbig, and special guest, Jed Kolko, Chief Economist at Indeed.
On April 14, CPIP hosted "Economic Impacts of Covid-19: A National and Local Perspective." The panel discussion, moderated by CPIP co-director David Neumark, featured UCI professors Gary Anderson, Eric Swanson, and Chris Schwarz, as well as special guests Arturo Gonzalez (Facebook), Scott Connella '81 (Union Bank), and Lucy Dunn (Orange County Business Council.)