#### Training Contents

###### Author
Episode 3: Jackknifing, Leibniz, and Feeling the Python Breeze
In this episode, I play with jackknives, chuckle over Python, list upcoming R conferences, and showcase the R-package ‘RcppBDT’.
statistics
Dr. Mark Williamson

Episode 4: Stealing Python’s Thunder and Rolling Your Rs
In this episode, I jump into Julia packages, estimate how to pronounce the generalized Kibria-Lukman estimator, commiserate with Python, and showcase the R-package ‘rsconnect’.
statistics
Dr. Mark Williamson

Episode 5: Stretching the Limits and Vigorous Calisthenics
In this episode, I stretch before vigorous calisthenics, give a thumbs up to O’Reilly coding books, get to the bottom of R vectorization, try not to panic during debugging, and showcase the R-package ‘fauxnaif’.
statistics
Dr. Mark Williamson

Episode 6: Mixes and Metabolomics
In this episode, I dig into the first articles of a new Journal of Statistical Software volume, try not to mix up package ‘nvmix’ with ‘nmix’, scratch my head over Navier-Stokes equations, and take the random R-package section in a metabolomics direction.
statistics
Dr. Mark Williamson

Episode 7: Riding the Python Lightning
In this episode, I dived into non-normal distributions, went from rags to ridges, rode the Python Language Summit lightning, and looked at the ‘GenericML’ package.
statistics
Dr. Mark Williamson

Episode 8: Shortened Blankets
In this episode, I got lost in among the statistical trees, flipped a Bernoulli trial coin, and wrapped myself up in package ‘ggblanket’.
statistics
Dr. Mark Williamson

Episode 9: Boxes and Babies
In this episode I thought outside the Box-Pierce; fuzzed, sweated, and flustered my way through basic stats; encountered functions and AI for babies; and chronicled the R-package ‘chronicler’.
statistics
Dr. Mark Williamson

Innovation and Commercialization in Research
The Professional Development Core of the Dakota Cancer Collaborative on Translational Activity (DaCCoTA), in collaboration with the Office of Translational Alliances and Coordination (OTAC) of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), South Dakota Biotech, and the University of South Dakota’s Technology Transfer office hosted a hybrid webinar covering innovation and commercialization in research.
innovation, commercialization, research, NIH, intellectual property, patent, technology transfer, SBIR, STTR, Catalyze, NHLBI
Christian Buresh

Mock Peer Review (NIH)
The DaCCoTA PDC hosted a mock peer review on NIH R21 applications. This training covers the peer review process, application scoring, and the NIH Early Career Reviewer program.
mock peer review, peer review, NIH application, R21, SRO, Chair, Program Officer, reader, reviewer, Early Career Reviewer, NCI
Christian Buresh

NIH Research Grants (R03, R15, R21)
The DaCCoTA PDC presents information on NIH's common research grants such as the NIH Small Grant Program (R03), Research Enhancement Awards (R15), and Phase I Exploratory/Developmental Grants (R21)
R03, R15, R21, NIH Research Grants, success rate, preliminary data, small grant program, research enhancement award, REAP, AREA, Phase I Exploratory/Developmental Grants
Christian Buresh

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