Wed., Sept. 13, 9-11am
Lessons Learned in Winning NIH Grants
- Mike Boivin, Psychiatry and Neurology and Opthamology
- Sarah Hession, Center for Statistical Training and Consulting (CSTAT)
- András Komáromy, Small Animal Clinical Sciences
- Rick Neubig, Pharmacology and Toxicology
- Kristin Parent, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- Terrie Taylor, Osteopathic Medical Specialties
- Gwen Wyatt, College of Nursing
Wed., Sept. 13, 3-4:30pm
Proposal Services Offered by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies
- Lauren Aerni-Flessner, Grant Writer, Office of Research Facilitation and Dissemination
- Tom Hollon, Grant Editor and Consultant
>>> also available on campus for consultation Sept. 11-15; email email@example.com for an appointment
- Shobha Ramanand, Grant Writer, Office of Research Facilitation and Dissemination
- Heidi Parker, Grant Consultant
>>> also available on campus for consultation Sept. 11-13; email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment
"NSF Grants, Start to Finish" Webinar Series
In this seminar series we will move through the basics of turning your research objectives into a compelling narrative geared towards the National Science Foundation. From the very beginning, the series will offer advice on finding the best fit for your proposal and contacting the program director to the final details of structuring and formatting.
The program combines four seminars via Zoom (cloud web conferencing) with personalized individual consultation. This appropriate for all career stages, disciplines and funding experience levels.
Dates for the webinar - sessions are held Wednesdays at 2:00 p.m.:
- Sept. 20
- Oct. 18
- Nov. 15
- Dec. 13
"Advanced NIH Grantsmanship" Webinar Series
The Iceman’s Run: A Webinar Course in Advanced NIH Grantsmanship
plus Personal Coaching to Prepare Your National Institutes of Health Grant
September 21 – December 8
Presented by Tom Hollon, PhD, grant consultant for the Office of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies
The Iceman’s Run is designed to give you the best NIH R01, U01 or R21 grant application you’ve ever submitted, and teach you how to win when NIH research budgets are super tight.
The course consists of webinars every two weeks, a workshop, and personal and group coaching. Advanced grantsmanship will be taught by example, revealing writing tricks and strategies from more than 50 funded NIH R01 grants for lab research, social science, statistics and bioinformatics research, and clinical trials.