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The ability to successfully apply for extramural funding is a critical skill for academic investigators, including graduate students, postdoctoral scientists, and other junior investigators.
Grantsmanship involves much more than simply writing the application. Investigators must identify funding agencies that align with their research interests and understand the goals of different types of funding programs. Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows gain crucial experience in this area by submitting grant applications early in their careers, impacting their future success as independent investigators.
Join The Academy as Dr. Jaime Rubin, Vice Chair for Investigator Development at Columbia University, addresses relevant topics and skills required for successful funding and grantsmanship.