NIH Specific Aims Writing Clinic Spring 2018

The Specific Aims Writing Clinic is for researchers who wish to write a clear, compelling, peer-critiqued Specific Aims page for a future NIH research grant application.

 

NIH Specific Aims Writing Clinic

Kickoff Meeting

Thursday, February 27, 2018
TIME TBA
LOCATION TBA

 

Event Information

NEW IN 2017-2018!
From Research Development Services in the Division of Research

  • The Specific Aims Clinic is will meet three times during the Spring 2018 Semester.
  • Participants will share drafts of their Specific Aims and provide and receive critiques from their peers.
  • Junior faculty and those who have not previously applied to the National Institutes of Health for grant support are encouraged to consider attending.
  • For additional information and a schedule of the program, see https://u.tamu.edu/SAC. 
  • In addition to registering (click "Sign up!", below), please submit your NIH Biographical Sketch to . NIH Biosketch templates and instructions are available at https://grants.nih.gov/grants/forms/biosketch.htm 


Note about TTVN:
At this time, this clinic is not offered via TTVN or through another other web-based program. If you are a Texas A&M researcher at a campus outside College Station and would like more information on this topic, please contact Dr. Ivy and/or Dr. Papke. They will be happy to visit with you.

Contacts

Dr. John Ivy
Senior Research Development Officer
johnivy@tamu.edu

Dr. Christina Papke
Research Development Officer
cpapke@tamu.edu 

 

When

Feb 27, 2018 12:00 AM to
Feb 28, 2018 12:00 AM
Registration deadline: Feb 22, 2018 11:55 PM