Upcoming Science Webinars

SciEducate Webinars for Scientists and Scientific Startups

SciEducate has an ongoing webinar series run by over 20 seasoned instructors, all of whom are ScienceDocs Consultants. Some forthcoming topics during 2020-21 include the following examples:

  • Choosing the Right CRO
  • Create an Effective Pitch Deck
  • The Peer Review Process
  • Your Specific Aims Page
  • Creating a Business Plan
  • A series of 6 SBIR subjects
  • How to Start a Biotech Company
  • IRB Statistics
  • The Peer Review Process
  • Patent Application Basics
  • Creating a Business Plan
  • DOD Grants and Contracts
  • R01 Proposals
  • IND-enabling Studies
  • And More!

SciEducate Webinars are delivered live both on the ScienceDocs Platform as well as through our partner University Lab Partners (ULP) . They are then all available On-Demand here on SciEducate.

Upcoming Webinars

FREE

Clinical Epidemiology and the Path to Better Medicine

October 27th, 2020 1:00 pm PST Reliable and trustworthy information about treatments and diagnostic tests for given disease are critical for individual and public health, and communication about these topics is complex. This discussion will provide clinical epidemiology concepts that support the development of diagnostic and treatment recommendations, and the tradeoffs that are present when developing recommendations.

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Introduction to the SBIR Program – Part 1

November 3rd, 2020 1:00pm PACIFIC TIME A SWOT analysis is an incredibly simple, yet powerful tool to help you develop your business strategy, whether you are building a startup or guiding an existing company. SWOT is used in sizing up a company's resource capabilities and deficiencies, its market opportunities, and the external threats to its future well-being.

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How to Create a Competitive SBIR – Part 2

November 10th, 2020 1:00pm PACIFIC TIME In this part, we will review prerequisites, high level planning, the importance of writing style, aligning an application with division priorities, engaging reviewers, application structure, the importance of advisory committees and academic collaborators, and a detailed approach to creating the Summary and Specific Aims sections, with examples.

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How to Create a Competitive SBIR – Part 3

November 17th, 2020 1:00pm PACIFIC TIME In this part, we will review the Research Strategy sections: Significance, Innovation and Approach. Budgeting will be discussed in detail. We will also review the importance of advisory committees, academic collaborators and the value of Preliminary Data. We will wrap up with the structure and requirements for the Commercialization section.

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Understanding the SBIR Review Process – Part 4

November 24th, 2020 1:00pm PACIFIC TIME Understanding the review process will enable you to: better understand your target audience, inform your grant creation process and interpret and respond to Summary Statements. We will also discuss what reviewers especially look for in your grant application.

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