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04/03/2014: Translating Multi-methods Research Projects Into Practice: How to Bring Together All Key Elements
04/11/2014: The NSF's Graduate Research Fellowship Program: What to Expect, How to Succeed
04/22/2014: Crafting a Successful CAREER Proposal, One of the NSF's Most Prestigious Awards
05/06/2014: How to Write Winning Methods and Statistical Sections for Government Grant Proposals
05/13/2014: The 7 Lesser Known NIH Institutes: Are These a Better Fit for Your Research?
05/21/2014: Kick-Start Your Proposal Writing with Proven Advice from an Award-Winning Pro
06/11/2014: Telemedicine or Telehealth for Your Research: Design Methodologies, Implications & More
07/15/2014: Permanent Residence Options for Foreign Researchers and Postdocs Coming to the US
129: R01 or R21: Which Would You Recommend for an Early Investigator?
- The R01 is NIH’s standard independent research grant designed to provide support for a “specified,” “circumscribed” project for which you generally need preliminary data. You can request up to five years, and depending upon your budget type, up to $500,000 per year in support. (Note: If you do request more than $500,000 per year in support you will need the Program Officer’s permission to apply.) The R01’s Research Strategy is 12 pages in length. Read More...
128: The Scope of Your Research Plan: Find the Best Way Up the Mountain
- Before making the climb towards completing your NIH grant application you must map out your basic strategy which includes defining the scope of your project. Adhere to this advice when demonstrating your proposal’s scope. Read More...
No. 127: Get Your Foot in the Door With a Winning Letter of Inquiry
- Don’t get passed over for foundation funding before getting your foot in the door. Know what to include and exclude in your next letter of inquiry and how to make your best first impression count. Read More...
No. 126: How to Craft a Winning Title for Your Research Proposal
- The title of your grant proposal to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) is your first chance to win over peer reviewers with an innovative, creative idea that they’ll want to champion for funding. Read More...
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