Get help developing winning grant proposals with these resources.
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Chapter from the book The Research Funding Guidebook: Getting It, Managing It, & Renewing It by Joanne B. Ries and Carol G. Leukefeld. This chapter is about investigators' behavioral and emotional responses to not being funded and suggests strategies that might help keep their research program on course.
This is a collection of videos aimed at giving you an inside look at how scientists from across the country review NIH grant applications for scientific and technical merit. Included is a video of a mock review panel.
Get help from freelance editors for your grants or scholarly papers.
Find resources from the Medical School Office of Research on:
- Sample NIH fellowship proposals.
- Sources for editing support, freelance editors and graphics specialists, and other help preparing grants.
- Writing guides and tips.
Find videos, FAQs, policy guidance, training materials, budget templates, and more grant resources from the Medical School Office of Grant Review & Analysis.
Download a presentation from Jeff Curtis, M.D., Professor of Internal Medicine, on grant-getting, with a focus on early career success.
Presentation by Chris Black from the Office of Research.
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