Past Event

NIH Grant Writing Boot Camp: Methods for Framing Your Proposal to Create Reviewer Enthusiasm

July 15, 2019 - July 16, 2019
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Allan Rosenfield Building, 722 W. 168 St., New York, NY 10032 8th Floor Auditorium
The NIH Grant Writing Boot Camp is a two-day intensive boot camp that combines lessons, discussions, and hands-on exercises to help you powerfully frame your grant proposal so that it generates enthusiasm in your reviewers and- to get you funded. The Boot Camp will be led by Morgan Giddings and Stefanie Robel from Marketing Your Science, LLC, both of whom have extensive experience as researchers and grant writers. This boot camp is unique in that it dives into those things that truly matter, without the fluff like "how to follow instructions of the funder carefully." Whether you are new to grant writing, thought you knew what you were doing but aren't getting the results you want, or simply want to learn some key elements of being more persuasive in your proposals to become more efficient at writing, this course will teach you the Critical Path to Funding as a vehicle to get you there. Please note that due to the high demand, individual participant proposals or proposal sections will not be reviewed by instructors - however, there will be a few hot seats to illustrate how the theory meets the practical implementation. Additionally, if you have a previously rejected proposal you wish to work on, you are encouraged to bring it along with the reviewer comments. There is a limited capacity for this event. Investigators at all career stages are welcome to attend, and we particularly encourage trainees and early-stage investigators to participate to form a strong basis for funding early on. Paid registration required through RegFox: More information about registration deadlines, fees, and logistics can be found on our website at Email us at [email protected] Registration Deadline: 7/8/19

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