GEMA Virtual Grant Writing Workshop Series #2

Watch this webinar series about the introduction to grant writing. This webinar is an overview of all the components of a formal grant proposal. It will provide resources for further in-depth learning about grant writing and to search for grants.

This session's key topics:

  • Composing the methods section
  • Composing the experimental end points section
  • Emma Cortes, DO

    Clinical Faculty/Director

    Jefferson Northeast

    I am a dual-specialty physician in emergency medicine and family medicine. I work in emergency departments with Indian Health Services in Arizona and South Dakota, and I am currently clinical faculty with Jefferson Northeast in Philadelphia, PA. I am the founder and director of the nonprofit organization the Migrant Health Collaborative of South Jersey, which focuses on increasing access to health care for migrant workers, typically from Central America and Haiti. I've had clinical experiences in Uganda, Nigeria, and the Philippines.  I have a history Of being able to be a PI and Co-PI on multiple grant-funded projects. I'm going to be starting a fellowship in global emergency medicine at Brown this fall.
  • Joseph Leanza, MD, MPH

    Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine

    Boston University School of Medicine

    Dr. Joseph Leanza is an attending physician in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Boston Medical Center and is an assistant professor of emergency medicine at the Boston University School of Medicine. Dr. Leanza main academic interest is in global health with a special focus on emergency medicine specialty development, policy, and humanitarian emergencies. He works mainly in Iraq, with additional projects in Pakistan, Bangladesh, Uganda, and Ecuador. Dr. Leanza is also quite interested in the intersection between climate change and health.
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    Adam R. Aluisio, MD, MSc, DTM&H

    Assistant Professor/Associate Director

    Brown Univeristy

    Dr. Adam R. Aluisio is an assistant professor in emergency medicine at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. He is also serves as the associate director for the Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship also at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Dr. Aluisio received his Medical Doctorate from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and his Masters of Science in Public Health in Developing Countries from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine before completing specialty training in emergency medicine at the State University of New York Downstate in New York City. Dr. Aluisio also has completed focused sub-specialty training in Global Emergency Medicine and Clinical Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Dr. Aluisio has developed and carried emergency care research in multiple settings and locations in the United States and internationally. He has collaboratively received research funding from numerous foundations and federal bodies, including the National Institutes of Health, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Wellcome Trust and The Gates Foundation. Dr. Aluisio’s has served on multiple domestic and international committees, NGOs board positions and has previously served on the GEMA Executive Committee.