Application Due for NIH Grant Proposal-Writing Program : October 9, 2015
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|Contact Name||John Ivy, Ph.D., Senior Research Development Officer|
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NIH Grant Proposal-Writing Program – September 2015 to May 2016
Consultant: Dr. John D. Robertson, Associate Member
Grant Writers’ Seminars and Workshops
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Application Due: October 9, 2015
Pre-proposals Due: November 12, 2015
This six-month program will help principal investigators develop a full, competitive proposal ready for submission to the National Institutes of Health in 2016.
- Participants must have attended the seminar, Write Winning NIH Grant Proposals, within the past two years.
- The Division of Research shares program cost with participant's department and college/school.
- Participation limited to 30 PI-eligible investigators.
- Proposals will target June 2016, or subsequent, submission deadlines.
Who will conduct the Grant Proposal-Writing Program?
Dr. John Robertson of Grant Writers’ Seminars and Workshops (GWSW), who presents the Write Winning NIH Grant Proposals seminar, will conduct the proposal-writing program.
Who is eligible to participate in the program?
To be a participant, you must be PI-eligible and have attended the Write Winning NIH Grant Proposals seminar within the past two years.
What’s the process to get into the grant proposal-writing program?
Individuals will prepare and submit an application along with their NIH biosketch. The application provides basic information; serves as a “Letter of Intent” to the local program organizers; and documents your department’s and college’s endorsement of your participation and willingness to invest in this professional development opportunity. Subsequently, each applicant will submit a 2-3 page pre-proposal.
If my department funds the entire registration cost, does the college dean still need to sign the application?
Yes, the application must be endorsed by the college research dean even though the college is providing none of the fee. The college dean should indicate $-0- in the funding amount.
If my department and college approve my application, am I automatically enrolled in the program?
No, the application is only the first step. Approved applicants will be asked to submit a pre-proposal directly to GWSW. Participants will be selected following the review of those pre-proposals. The limit on the number of participants is 30.
What are the components of the pre-proposal?
After receipt of your application, Dr. John Robertson will send detailed instructions for how to prepare your pre-proposal based on the grant mechanism you have chosen. It will consist of your Specific Aims and the Significance subsection of the Research Strategy. Samples will be provided.
Who will review applications?
The application serves as a “Letter of Intent” to the local program organizers and documents your department’s and college’s endorsement of your participation in this professional development opportunity. Selection of participants will be based on the pre-proposal.
Who will review pre-proposals and what are the selection criteria?
Dr. Robertson will be the primary reviewer of pre-proposals, with the Division of Research providing secondary review and consultation as necessary. Pre-proposals will be assessed for quality and feasibility of the proposed project and on the biosketch information.
Will the January 27-29, 2016, workshop require an overnight stay for out-of-town participants?
Every effort will be made to schedule the one-on-one meeting for out-of-town faculty participants on the same day as the group workshop (January 27). Travel costs for this meeting are the responsibility of the participants.
For additional information, contact:
- John Ivy, Ph.D., Senior Research Development Officer (email@example.com, 979.458.4280)
- Shannon Prescott, Senior Administrative Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org, 979.845.3327)