Get That Grant – Planning, preparing, and writing your best proposal

This 90-minute workshop co-sponsored by the Office of Research is designed to help faculty plan and prepare a competitive grant application, with a focus on the NIH R01.
The first part of the workshop will present topics relevant to developing successful grant proposals including: strategic preparation, effective writing, and grantsmanship. The second half of the workshop will focus on constructing the scientific components of an NIH R01 grant application (i.e., Specific Aims and Research Strategy).
A panel of faculty researchers who have experience serving as grant reviewers will offer guidance and answer questions throughout the virtual presentation.

Facilitated by:
Gina Stouffer, MPH
Research Development Specialist, Office of Research


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Upcoming Sessions

There are no scheduled sessions for this workshop.