Meg Bouvier, a workshop presenter and consultant who is regularly engaged by ASU, is offering her four-part short course on writing an NIH application to ASU faculty and staff FOR FREE (an $800 value).

Register now and learn how to register for free.

The live webinar starts next week and is designed to assist participants in developing a competitive R series application to NIH for the June-July cycle deadline. If you are unable to attend the live webinar next week, they will be available on demand immediately afterwards. Importantly, these webinars directly address and incorporate the new NIH requirements announced late 2015. Bouvier has helped clients land over $200 million in federal funding. She will share her experience and answer your questions about your submission in this interactive course.

The four courses

  • Preparation: Key Steps to take Before You Write a Successful NIH Submission
  • Specific Aims: How To Write The Most Important Page Of An NIH Submission
  • NEW! Significance and Innovation: How to “Sell” Your Project to NIH Reviewers
  • NEW! Approach: How to Write The Section That Correlates Most Closely With Your Overall Score

Please note that this opportunity is ONLY for ASU faculty and staff.

Questions? Contact Faye Farmer at faye.farmer@asu.edu.

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