The ASNR Education Committee is pleased to announce our new webinar series! These educational offerings are free for everyone; however, ASNR members receive priority registration and access to the webinars on demand!


October, 2020

Recordings (Members only access)

Navigating Collaborations
In this webinar, Dr. S. Thomas Carmichael discussed how collaborations extend our research programs and bring interesting personal and scientific interactions. He also discussed how they can drain our time and distract our focus. How should we evaluate collaborations as we start our research programs? What do collaborations give us, and where do they fit into our career track?

Presented by: S. Thomas Carmichael, MD, PhD
Moderated by: Steven Zeiler, MD, PhD

Finding your place in the start-up universe: Making the transition from academia to industry
Dr. Herman discussed his experience moving from academia to industry, and how to understand the similarities and differences between life and work as an academic versus in startup/tech industry. He also discussed what potential managers/companies are looking for, and different industry career options for academically-trained scientists. 

Presented by: Dave Herman, PhD
Moderated by: Sook-Lei Liew, PhD, OTR/L

Research in The Time of COVID-19: Strategies for Moving Things Forward
In this special webinar, members of the ASNR Education Committee shared creative approaches for maintaining research productivity even when the laboratory is closed. They gave tips for how to remotely collect and analyze clinical research data, how to access open-access clinical databases, how to structure meta-analyses of existing data, and how to generally keep up productivity with unstructured time.

Presented by: Heidi Schambra, MD; Ahlam Salameh, PhD; Sook-Lei Liew, PhD, OTR/L; Keith Lohse, PhD, Pstat
Moderated by: Heidi Schambra, MD

How to Get Published
How do you tell your story with clarity and impact? How do you choose the right journal? What makes reviewers happy, and what annoys them? This webinar will give you plenty of ideas and advice for preparing manuscripts, responding to reviewers’ comments, being creative, and achieving mastery.
Professor Cathy Stinear shared what she’s learned from publishing over 100 articles, and reviewing over 1000, in neuroscience and rehabilitation.

Presented by: Cathy Stinear, PhD
Moderated by: Ahlam Salameh, PhD

Behind the Scenes at the Editor’s Office: Understanding the Peer Review Process to Improve your Odds of Manuscript Acceptance
Dr. Nudo shared his advice on how to write a clear and concise paper that attracts the attention of journal editors and garners interest among your peers: this is an opportunity to understand what editors like—and what they do not!

Presented by: Randolph J. Nudo, PhD, Editor-in-Chief, Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair
Moderated by: Heidi Schambra, MD

Grantsmanship: What the reviewers really think
Dr. Lang has reviewed hundreds of applications across a variety of funding mechanisms over the past decade or so. During this webinar, she provided general advice for how to get started planning and writing your application, as well as specific tips that will help avoid common application pitfalls.

Presented by: Catherine Lang, PT, PhD, FASNR
Moderated by: Heidi Schambra, MD

I am trying to do research, but they keep asking me to do other stuff!
Translational research was never easy, but the current environment is particularly challenging for clinician-scientists.  In this webinar, Dr. Dromerick discussed strategies, tactics, and tricks to maximize time and energy for research so that clinicians can obtain the research career they want.  

Presented by: Alex Dromerick, MD, FASNR
Moderated by: Albert Lo, MD, PhD

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