Practical takeaways, hot topics, new learning formats, and inspiring first-hand experiences from the world's leading research administration experts.
Take this opportunity to showcase your products and services to professionals representing the entire spectrum of research institutions.
Join us for a slate of workshops, main events, educational tracks and social networking opportunities designed to fit your schedule and needs.
We are super excited to be seeing you in person at the SRAI Annual Meeting 2021 in New Orleans!
The 2021 Annual Meeting will bring together research administrators from around the world and feature subject matter experts from industry, government, health care organizations, non-profits, and institutions of higher education. We promise a diverse, innovative program for those new to the profession, mid-career research administrators, and high level decision-makers. Come and experience all that New Orleans has to offer, from quintessential tourist attractions to unique experiences that can only be had in "The City of Jazz". Get lost in the streets of Jackson Square, Bourbon Street, and the Garden District — or eat to your heart's content between Cafè Du Monde, Le Petit Grocery, Brennan's, and Mother's Restaurant. Looking for something a little different? There are plenty of voodoo and vampire tours to satisfy one's quest for curiosity! No matter what you decide to experience, there is something for everyone.
Join us for the 2021 SRAI Annual Meeting at the very beautiful New Orleans, by submitting abstracts, registering for the meeting, networking with industry experts, and much more that we have to offer.
Laissez les bon temps rouler!
Executive Director, Office of Sponsored Projects Administration
University of South Alabama
Mir Asghar Ali Khan
Director, Research and Grants Administration
Centre of Excellence in Women and Child Health and Institute for Global Health and Development
The Aga Khan University
Sr. Administrative and Business Manager
Translational Breast Cancer Research Consortium
Johns Hopkins University
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