Application Instructions

Thank you for your interest in the 2009 Genomics and Proteomics Hands-On Workshop. To submit an application, please fill out the form below. All fields are required. For the "PIs Name" field, if you are not a principal investigator please enter the name of the investigator you work with. If you are a PI, please enter "NA".

To upload your CV (2-page limit), in the "CV or Biosketch" field, browse to the location of your file and select "open" to enter the path in the field. PLEASE limit your CV or biosketch to two pages!

If you are not a Principal Investigator you will need to submit Letters of Support. You can upload your LOS at Additional Materials.

When we have received your completed online application form, your CV/biosketch and your LOS (if applicable) you will receive an email confirming receipt of your application.

If you experience any problems completing this online application please notify us at

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Briefly describe your research area of interest.
(Note: 500 word limit. Certain special characters are not allowed, e.g. greek characters, super-or subscript letters. Please spell out Greek characters and other nonstandard character symbols.)


Describe the relevance of this course to your area of interest
(Note: 500 word limit. Certain special characters are not allowed, e.g. greek characters, super-or subscript letters. Please spell out Greek characters and other nonstandard character symbols.).

Do you (or your PI) currently have NHLBI funding? Yes No
If yes, please provide details  

If accepted, are you willing to submit short- and long-term follow up surveys? Yes No

If accepted, are you able to attend the entire course? Yes No

If accepted, are you willing to complete prerequisite material? Yes No

Do you wish to apply for a scholarship? Yes No

If yes, can you provide proof of need? Yes No NA

How did you hear about this course?
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CV or Biosketch (2-page limit)


Training is provided through a generous grant from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI T15 HL086386-01).