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Write Winning NIH Grant Proposals
April 7 - April 8
Are you a professor, scientist, research administrator, fellow, student or other interested in NIH proposal submission? If so, then SAVE THE DATE for the upcoming “Write Winning NIH Grant Proposals” seminar on April 7 & 8 from 9 am to 12:30 pm CDT each day.
This widely acclaimed virtual seminar delivered by Dr. John Robertson of Grants Writers’ Seminars and Workshops is designed for those with some exposure to writing grant applications.
Dr. Robertson provides principles and fundamentals of good proposal writing as well as “how-to” practical tips and strategies designed to merit a fundable priority score. Developing ideas, maximizing programmatic relevance, selecting correct grant mechanisms, and utilizing the review process are just a few of the topics covered.
Attendees are also taught strategies and provided illustrations on each part of an application as well as writing with a linear progression of logic. This writing skill not only leads reviewers through applications but makes them want to read them as well!
The seminar is sponsored by the Department of Medicine’s (DOM) Office of Research Services and is open to all faculty, staff, and students across the UW – Madison campus. It’s free to those who are part of DOM. Those from other departments, schools or colleges will be assessed a $320 fee which covers the seminar, presentation notes, required textbook and shipping costs, and must provide a funding string for the fee when registration opens.