Webinars

The ASNR Education Committee is pleased to offer the career development webinar series! These educational offerings are FREE for everyone!. However, we always welcome new members with open arms. Click here to learn about the value and savings one receives when becoming a member!

UPCOMING WEBINAR

The upcoming Career Development webinar will be held Wednesday, July 31, 2024. Details are below!

Professional Development: Working Towards an Editorial Board
Panelists: Argye Hillis, MD, MA, Editor-in-Chief, Stroke
                   Randy Nudo, PhD, Editor-in-Chief, Neurorehabilitation & Neural Repair
Moderator: Jacqueline Palmer, PT, DPT, PhD

Date: Wednesday, July 31, 2024
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00 pm CT 
Platform: Zoom
Cost: FREE for all
Registration opening soon!


PREVIOUS WEBINARS

View past webinar recordings if you are a current ASNR member by clicking the blue box.

Presented by: Sydney Schaefer, PhD, Chandramouli Krishnan, PT, PhD & Daniel Zondervan, PhD
Moderated by: Seth Hays, PhD
Collaborative Funding with Industry Partners:  Applying for and Executing SBIR and STTR Grants


Presented by: Darcy Reisman, PT, PhD, FAPTA & Heidi Schambra, MD, FASNR 
Moderated by: Ahlam Salameh, PhD
Proactive Strategies for Preventing & Managing Difficulty Situations Within the Lab
Presented by: Aiko Thompson, PhD & Daniel Corcos,PhD 
Moderated by: Ela Plow, PT, PhD
Developing a Successful Research Career Development Grant Application
Presented by: Beth Smith, PT, PhD, DPT & Prudence Plummer, PhD, PT
Moderated by: Eric Wade, PhD
The Pursuit of Work-Life Balance
Presented by: Teresa Kimberley, PT, PhD,FAPTA & Natalia Sanchez, PhD
Moderated by: Eric Wade, PhD & Carolee Winstein, PT, PhD, FAPTA, FAHA, FASNR
Finding the right RFA for your work

Presented by: Ryan Roemmich, PhD, Preeti Raghavan, MBBS, & Trisha Kesar, PT, PhD
Moderated by: Seth Hays, PhD

Grant Review Behind the Scenes:  Revising and Resubmitting
 

Presented by: Gammon Earhart, PT, PhD, FAPTA & Lewis Wheaton, PhD
Moderated by: Ahlam Salameh, PhD

Navigating Negotiation & Hiring Process in Academia
This webinar offers a comprehensive overview of negotiation and the different stages of the hiring process, from both an applicant’s perspective and the department’s perspective. Some of the items that will be discussed in this webinar are: how to prepare yourself for negotiation, what should be on your negotiation list, and what you should consider, both financially and personally, when evaluating a job offer. Special attention will be given to negotiation from the perspective of under-represented groups and inter-cultural differences.

Presented by: Michael Ellis, PT, DPT & Andre Fenton, PhD
Moderated by: Eric Wade, PhD

Hiring When Building a New Lab
Through this interactive webinar, you will take an intentional look at how you want to create your future life. You will gain personal and professional clarity about what you want, create a ten-year vision which will inspire your decisions and goals, and engage in fun and creative exercises to get you there. This webinar is for you—to take the time and space to capture what you really want for yourself. 

Presented by: Laurie Dromerick, RN, BSN
Moderated by: Heidi Schambra, MD

Creating a Chosen Life Through Vision & Goals
Through this interactive webinar, you will take an intentional look at how you want to create your future life. You will gain personal and professional clarity about what you want, create a ten-year vision which will inspire your decisions and goals, and engage in fun and creative exercises to get you there. This webinar is for you—to take the time and space to capture what you really want for yourself. 

Presented by: Joy Ku, PhD, Jennifer Hicks, PhD, & Randy Nudo, PhD,FAHA, FASNR 
Moderated by: Keith Lohse, PhD, Pstat
Sharing Scientific Work
In this education webinar, Dr.'s Ku, Hicks & Nudo spoke on the following points:

- highlighting successful examples of data sharing that demonstrate its value beyond just meeting funder & publisher requirements.
- provide resources & tips for effectively sharing your data.
- sharing lessons learned from creating & sharing the open source OpenSim software for modeling, visualizing, & simulating the musculoskeletal system, which has built a userbase of thousands of researchers, students, & clinicians.
- increasing demand for rapid dissemination of research data & the pressure to demonstrate robust publication productivity has led academic scientists to publish papers in various online preprint repositories.
- pros & cons of preprint servers will be reviewed, & their ultimate role in the spectrum of scientific publishing will be discussed.


 
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