Grantsmanship and Funding | CREd Library

Introduction to NIDCD Early-Career Grant Mechanisms

Alberto Rivera-Rentas
doi:10.1044/cred-pvd-c16009
The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. Thank you again for the invitation. I'm going to be talking about to you today about the NIH and the NIDCD, as I mentioned before. July is going to be my 10th-year the NIH. I started at NIGMS ... Continue to Article >>

Planning for Your First R01 Grant Application

Jessica Huber
doi:10.1044/cred-pvd-c16008
The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. Introductory Slides Kris Tjaden So our first session this afternoon is sort of a forward-thinking one. At some point you will be thinking about and planning your first R01, and so these are some thoughts and a little ... Continue to Article >>

Common Strengths and Weaknesses in Grant Applications

Christopher Moore
doi:10.1044/cred-pvd-path019
The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. The other side of the formula. You think grantwriting is really torture, and you're really having to create these new ideas and you're this incredible generator. It's actually much more formulaic than that at both sides. Reviewers are ... Continue to Article >>

Anatomy of the SF424: A Formula for NIH Research Grants

Christopher Moore
doi:10.1044/cred-pvd-path018
The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. A concept I usually refer to at this point is the idea of the Anna Karenina principle. To paraphrase, the idea is that all happy grants look the same, but there are many, many ways for grants to ... Continue to Article >>

Identifying Time and Budgetary Commitments for Your Research Project

Christopher Moore
doi:10.1044/cred-pvd-path017
The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. What Will It Take to Complete Your Project? An important part of your application—no matter what application you're preparing —you have to make sure that you have demonstrated in your application that you have a strong sense of ... Continue to Article >>

Demystifying the Logistics of the Grant Application Process

Christopher Moore
doi:10.1044/cred-pvd-path016
The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. Read the Program Announcement A lot of the fear and anxiety that comes with grant submissions is really the amorphous nature of the task. There's so many different pieces. Part of what I'm trying to do in the ... Continue to Article >>

Are You Ready to Write Your First NIH Grant? Really?

Christopher Moore
doi:10.1044/cred-pvd-path015
The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. Self-Assessment So, self-assessment. The most important piece of that is your publication record. People often look at their publication record and they're concerned that they're not ready for this independent award. If you're concerned, that's reasonable and maybe ... Continue to Article >>

Common Challenges and Problems in Constructing Specific Aims

Christopher Moore
doi:10.1044/cred-pvd-path014
The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. Strong Aims Strong aims should be memorable. A great way to see whether you've done your job right is to hand your aims to somebody and take them away and say, "What were my aims?" See if they ... Continue to Article >>

How Do I Determine an Appropriate Scope, Size, and Topic for My Research Project?

Christopher Moore
doi:10.1044/cred-pvd-path013
The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. Your Project Must Fit Your Funding Target The first thing to wrap your mind around is that the project has to be appropriate in size and scope. You're a new researcher. You have a limited background because you're ... Continue to Article >>

Who Is the Target Audience for Your Grant?

Christopher Moore
doi:10.1044/cred-pvd-path012
The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. For Whom Are You Writing? I thought I'd start by talking to you a little bit about who your reviewers are. A place where people often go wrong, especially new investigators, is they don't really understand who they're ... Continue to Article >>
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