CDUHR Grant Development Workshop: Developing the Human Subject Protocol and Finalizing the Application

March 25
10-11:30am

715 Broadway, 12th Floor, Room 1221

Please join us for a CDUHR Pilot Projects and Mentoring Core Grant Deveopment Workshop featuring Dr. Danielle Ompad. Dr. Ompad will discuss protection of human subjects, including the inclusion of women and minorities, the inclusion of children, and planned enrollment table for an NIH proposal.  She will also present on how to finalize the application including the abstract, project narrative (PHRS), budget and budget justification, facilities and resources, biosketches, etc.

The CDUHR Grant Development Workshop Series is intended to support investigators with the submission of their first NIH grant proposal. The workshops are open to all interested individuals at the four affiliated institutions. The six workshops are sequential in regard to topics covered and the development of an NIH application. Attendance at the complete series is recommended for optimal learning and application of the workshop content. However, for individuals unable to commit to the full series, each workshop will be offered as a freestanding session.

Dr. Danielle C. Ompad is the Deputy Director for CDUHR and Director of CDUHR’s Dissemination & Implementation Core.  She is also an Associate Professor at NYU’s College of Global Public Health.  Dr. Ompad is an infectious disease epidemiologist with extensive experience in design, conduct, and analysis of community-based cross-sectional and prospective studies.  Her research interests include illicit substance use, sexual risk behaviors, infectious diseases (e.g., HIV, HBV, HCV, HSV, and HPV), adult access to vaccines, and urban health.  She has studied HIV risk, and social determinants of that risk, among drug using populations in the US (Baltimore and New York, in particular), Ukraine, and Russia.  Dr. Ompad was a member of the Synergy Circle of the Knowledge Network on Urban Settings, a network created by WHO’s Commission on Social Determinants of Health to consider the role of urbanization in health outcomes. She has also been a consultant to the WHO and PAHO on urban health issues. She was a member of the Rockefeller Foundation-funded Roundtable for Urban Living Environment Research (RULER) group. She is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Urban Health and former secretary for the International Society for Urban Health.

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