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Faculty Spotlight

‘There is no one path in science.’ Q&A With Will Bailis, PhD

In this Q&A, we feature Will Bailis, PhD, assistant professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. At tomorrow's virtual Faculty Luncheon (6/17) , Dr. Bailis will present a session titled “The Multifaceted Role of NAD Metabolism in T Cell Activation.” 

Read the full Q&A here and hear Dr. Bailis speak about his research at Faculty Luncheon - Thursday, June 17 at 12:00 PM.  All CHOP/Penn faculty and staff are welcome!

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Procurement to Payment: Research Supply Chain Fundamentals 

In this series, Quenika Smith, Research Supply Chain Manager, will elucidate the research supply chain process, share tips for maximizing your research funds through strategic sourcing and contracting, and demonstrate tools to track where your grant funds are going. Tailored to the needs of faculty and lab managers, but open to all in the CHOP community. Join one, two, or all three sessions.

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Coupa for Researchers 
Maximizing Research Funds Through Strategic Sourcing & Contracting
Where is My Grant Funding Going?

Missed our recent session on the benefits of submitting to a preprint server? Check out the recording below.


Preventing a Secondary Epidemic of Lost Early Career Scientists: Here we discussed the outsized impact this pandemic has had on women scientists, and actions to mitigate the lasting impact.

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Foundation Funding Resources


Rolling list of foundation funding applications 

Plan for the future
Find a comprehensive list of funding opportunities for every month of the year.

Connect with successful colleagues to gain insight on a particular foundation.
Find a list of foundation grants previously awarded to CHOP PIs.

Cyclical Pilot and Limited Application Grants

CHOP/Penn Pilot Grants - List of all recurring opportunities, with month typically due

Limited Application Grants  - Limited number accepted from invited institutions, with month typically due

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Notice of Upcoming Change

This site, ofd.research.chop.edu, will be retired in FY22. Existing content will be transitioned to two locations: (1) the Office of Faculty Development Web Site on the CHOP Research Institute Web Page and (2) an @CHOP site (in development). Keep an eye out for more communications around this change.

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