Wednesday June 17 Dr. Robert Parker from the University of Tennessee will run the workshop «Building the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Grant Proposal” at UiB.
In this workshop you will learn how to write best possible NIH-applictions. Dr. Robert
Porter has may years of experience, and you will get a lot of useful infromation from attending the workshop.
REGISTER FOR THE WORKSHOP HERE:
Time: 09:00-12:00 am
Date: June, 17, 2015
Place: BB-bygget, Jonas Lies vei 91, Auditorium 2
The complex requirements of an NIH grant proposal place extreme demands on
the grant writer. From the tight logic of the Hypothesis/Specific Aims
section to the minute details of the Research Design, the exacting format
requires precise adherence to guidelines. This workshop will focus on key
principles for effective writing in each major component of the proposal.
Samples from successful proposals will be cited, with special attention to
a model R01 proposal, annotated by NIH staff.
* Overview of NIH Mission, Structure and Budget
* Characteristics of Successful Proposals
* Recent Changes in Proposal Formats (R01, R03, R21)
* The Abstract: Last written, First Read
* Hypothesis/Specific Aims: Crafting a Solid Foundation
* Tips for Writing the Research Strategy