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Center for Global Mental Health Research Webinar Series: Grants Management: Pre-Award


May 13, 2022




This webinar discussed some of the critical pre-award grant management processes and milestones, including but not limited to roles and responsibilities from different National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) officials, review of the project budget, and collection of Just in Time (JIT) information.


Read the transcript.

About the Speakers

Tamara Kees is a Supervisory Grants Management Specialist and Team Leader at NIMH. She supervises a team of specialists with a cross-divisional portfolio of grants located in the Division of Neuroscience and Basic Behavioral Science, Division of Services and Intervention Research, Division of Translational Research, Division of AIDS Research, and the Office for Global Mental Health.

Heather Weiss is a Team Leader in NIMH’s Grants Management Branch and acts as a liaison to the Division of Neuroscience and Behavioral Science. She has administered grants and cooperative agreements under various programs such as the HEAL Initiative, PsychENCODE Consortium, Silvio O. Conte Centers for Basic and Translational Mental Health Research, Autism Sequencing Consortium, and the BRAIN Initiative Cell Census Network program. She has also administered other roles under the Human BioMolecular Atlas Program (HuBMAP).

About the Center for Global Mental Health Research Webinar Series

The Center for Global Mental Health Research within NIMH is hosting a series of webinars focused on writing, submitting, and managing global NIH mental health research grants. We encourage students, post-docs, and new investigators interested in global mental health research to attend. The goals of the webinar series are to increase knowledge about NIH structure and grant processes and enhance capacity in global mental health research.

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The Center for Global Mental Health Research