One of the goals of NCBiotech's April 15 Bio Defense Grantsmanship Training Event was to educate a wide variety of participants on how to get started with the pursuit of funding from the Department of Defense (DoD).
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Editor's note: The North Carolina Biotechnology Center received this guest blog in response to a $200,000 Institutional Development Grant to enable NCSU researchers to buy a NextSeq 500 DNA sequencer.
By Eric Stone, Ph.D., associate professor, department of biological sciences, North Carolina State University
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NCBiotech’s Bio Defense program held its first Grantsmanship Training event April 15, focused on pursuing funding from the Department of Defense (DoD).
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Our brains are hardwired to assess others from the moment we see them (friend? foe? trustworthy? competent? sloppy? intelligent? capable?). These first impressions- made in the first seven seconds- are heavily influenced by nonverbal cues.
Professional image consultant Kate Leser opened Monday’s Jobs Network session with tips on how
|Renowned regenerative medicine pioneer Anthony Atala, M.D., speaks to Regenerative Medicine Essentials, one of the NCBiotech-funded events, in Winston-Salem. -- Photo courtesy of Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine.|
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Mark J. Feldstein, Ph.D.