APRIL '24 BOOTCAMP

APRIL '24 BOOTCAMP 

Join our free two-day grantsmanship training for faculty and research administrative staff leading to the next NIH SuRE R16 application deadline. Our presenters will focus on key elements of R-series applications and discuss strategies to help investigators prepare a competitive submission. Register to receive your Zoom link. 
 

WEBINAR

Grantsmanship Bootcamp Training

Mon, April 8 & Tue, April 9, 2024
Two-day event, 1:00-4:00 PM Eastern
Two three-hour sessions plus live Q&A
 

Register


Mon, April 8
  •  Writing a High-Impact Specific Aims Page: Hear strategies for structuring your Specific Aims to establish context and rationale for your research, setting the stage for the entire grant application.   
  •  Significance & Innovation for NIH R16 Applications: Learn how to consider the overall context of your research, its fit within the mission of the NIH, and its presentation to a diverse audience within a limited space.   
  •  Writing a Successful NIH Approach Section: Learn various options and strategies to craft a professional, organized Approach and understand how to meet reviewer expectations.
Tue, April 9
  • Making the Most of Your NIH Biosketch: Learn the essential components of a successful Biosketch to maximize your professional career, along with R16 components that address student work and publications.   
  • NIH Data Management & Sharing Policy Updates: Gain an understanding of policy requirements and expectations, including the need to prospectively plan for scientific data preservation and sharing of study findings.     
  • Institutional Letters of Support: Review content that should be included in the two institutional letters required for R16 applications.

     

OUR PRESENTERS

Brett Spear, PhD

Brett Spear, PhD

Program Co-Director
Microbiology, Immunology, & Molecular Genetics

Paul Murphy, PhD

Paul Murphy, PhD

Program Do-Director
Molecular & Cellular Biochemistry

Kathy Grzeck, MA

Kathy Grzech, MA

Assistant VP for Research
Executive Director
Proposal Development Office

Barb Duncan, PhD

Barb Duncan, PhD

Associate Director
Proposal Development Office