April 24, 2018
Tips to Manage S10 Grant Submissions
Applying for an S10 Shared Instrumentation grant can be challenging. Many first time S10 grant submitters underestimate the time it takes to assemble the required biosketches, other support, summary tables, and instrument organization and management plan. The following tips can help you successfully manage the administrative requirements so you can focus on the science.
April 17, 2018
4 Steps to Increase Funding Chances for Foreign-Born PIs
If you’ve recently gained American citizenship, you may find applying for federal research funding overwhelming. But experts say you can master the process by cultivating local contacts and asking for assistance with grant writing. There are four steps you should take.
April 10, 2018
Demonstrating “Importance” to Your Reviewers
To demonstrate your research’s importance to NIH reviewers, use your Significance to convey context and drama related to your project. In addition, use Innovation to note the return on the risk your proposal represents.
April 03, 2018
Make the Most of Conferences: 8 Strategies for Networking Your Way to Funding
Taking advantage of networking opportunities is one of the most important things you can do in your search for private funding, according to Larry J. Young, PhD, of Emory University School of Medicine. He says, “You need that network so you can call upon them for the rest of your career.” Here are eight important tactics to ensure you return from your next conference with leads for your next private funding source.