• Posted by Jiaqi Wu /
  • February 25, 2015

Join OKED for an interactive clinic designed to improve new submissions and resubmissions to the National Institutes of Health. This workshop is targeted to faculty in Engineering, Life Sciences, and Physical Sciences.

How to Write a National Institutes of Health Application
Thursday, April 9, 2015
8 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
ASU Skysong [map]
Register online by April 6. Registration is free and required, seating is limited.

Meg Bouvier will be leading the workshop. Bouvier currently works full time writing, editing, and advising on manuscripts and NIH submissions, and perhaps more importantly reads dozens of Summary Statements each year from across study sections and disciplines. She draws upon her experience as a bench scientist at NINDS, and as a staff writer for current NIH Director Francis Collins. Her contacts at NIH, ranging from program staff to top administrators, afford her a level of agency access and knowledge that is difficult to match.

Learning objectives:

  • Submission strategies.
  • Learn to compose the essential sections within an R01 and the review process.
  • Resubmission strategies, composition, and commonly made mistakes.
  • Difference between an R03, R21, and R01.

A networking reception (with door prizes) will follow.

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