- Techniques to emphasize the importance of the problem understudy, including wording tips.
- Striking the appropriate balance between detail and general plans for experiments.
- How to convince the reviewer that you are reliable and competent through the written format.
- Identify mistakes you may be making with poorly-worded plans, and how to correct them.
- Enhance the chance your grant application will be successful.
Seamlessly linking the Significance, Innovation, and Approach sections is key to the success of your NIH grant proposal
Providing a smooth flow from one section of your grant proposal to the next is important, but seamlessly and logically linking the Significance, Innovation, and Approach sections is critical.
As a member of the NIH study section and reviewer of hundreds of grant applications, Dr. Paul Spearman offers you invaluable information during this 60-minute webinar. You will get a first-hand plan-of-attack on how to seamlessly tie together the Significance, Innovation, and Approach sections of your NIH grant application.
Doing this will not only help your reviewer understand and appreciate your proposal, but will also increase your chances to get grant money!
Convince reviewers that you are competent to do the work you're proposing
Preparing and submitting well-prepared research grant applications has become more important than ever, especially in these times of tighter budgets and with a limitation of two submissions for each proposal.
Preparing a clear proposal and avoiding common errors is critical. When ideas are not clearly presented in your proposal, reviewers typically either need more clarification or lose enthusiasm for the ideas presented, even if the ideas are valid and important.