Pivot is a Tool to Find Funding – Register Now for a January 23rd Training Session

Jefferson subscribes to Pivot to provide researchers with a tool to identify grants and other funding opportunities. Formerly called Community of Science, the vendor redesigned and re-branded the service with the “Pivot” name last year.  Chris Horn, a trainer from ProQuest, will be on campus Wednesday, January 23 for a noontime session.

Christine Arenson, MD, Professor and Vice Chair for Academic Affairs, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Co-Director, Jefferson InterProfessional Education Center, TJU and Jeffrey Adijanto, Ph.D, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Pathology, Anatomy, and Cell Biology, TJU will provide responses with their perspectives on the tool.

Who should attend?

If you are one of the more than 900 people who receive COS Funding Alert emails each week, come learn how to update your search strategies to retrieve alerts relevant to your current interests.

If you are looking for the following types of funding or awards:

  • Research
  • Collaboration or cooperative agreement
  • Curriculum development
  • Training, scholarship, or fellowship
  • Postdoctoral awards
  • Visiting personnel
  • Conferences, seminars, & workshops (attending or organizing)
  • Prizes and awards
  • Publishing or editorial
  • Travel
  • Equipment or materials acquisition
  • Facility construction or operation

When: Wednesday, January 23, 12:10 – 12:50 pm
Where: Scott Library, Room 307
RSVP: Space is limited, so please RSVP early (and no later than Friday, January 18) to:

 [Note: this event has been moved to Room 307, where food is not permitted. It was originally scheduled for Room 200b.]

One Response to “Pivot is a Tool to Find Funding – Register Now for a January 23rd Training Session”

  1. Veronica Eisner Says:

    I’d like to register to attend the PIVOT seminar on 01-23-2013.
    Thank you very much, Verónica Eisner.
    Postdoctoral trainee
    Department of Pathology, Anatomy and Cell Biology

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