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On-Demand Webinar

R15 AREA Grants: Develop a Winning Proposal

$199.00 $99.00

On-Demand Webinar

R15 AREA Grants: Develop a Winning Proposal

$199.00 $99.00

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  • Recent NIH policy changes can make it even more difficult to get the R15 dollars you need. With up to $300,000 in funding dollars on the line, you can’t afford to submit a subpar application. Preparation is key, and a little help can go a long way. That’s where scientific mentor and grant writing expert, Dr. Alix Norris, comes in.

    During her on-demand online training Dr. Norris will share the key elements that can help turn your R15 application into much-needed research dollars. In only 60 minutes, Dr. Norris will provide you with the strategies you need to sharpen your grant writing abilities so you can create a strong, compelling research application.

    Remember, R15 grants don’t require any preliminary data and can be renewed multiple times, which means you could utilize this mechanism to sustain your research project to its natural end. But with only about 15% of these applications getting funded each year by the NIH, you can’t give room to any missteps.

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  • Key Take-Aways

    Here are just a few of the step-by-step, insider tactics you’ll receive by watching this R15-specific online training:

    • Increase your funding chances by understanding the NIH R15 goals and review criteria
    • Construct your budget with better accuracy and detail, producing a more efficient assessment of your proposed spending requirements
    • Write a convincing Specific Aims that gets reviewers excited about the rest of your application
    • Structure your Research Strategy to ensure reviewers can clearly understand how you plan to accomplish your objectives
    • Utilize the skills and abilities of your undergrads as the main workforce for your grant
    • And so much more…

    Overcoming NIH‘s intense competition and heightened federal spending restrictions is no easy task. But, with the boost in confidence you’ll gain after attending this online training, you can significantly improve your chances of getting the R15 funding you need. Don’t delay, take advantage of this training today!


    100% Satisfaction Guaranteed or a Full Refund.

    You take no risk whatsoever. If you find this essential session doesn't meet your expectations or you are not satisfied for any reason, simply let us know.

  • Meet Your Expert: Dr. Alix Norris 

    Dr, Alix NorrisComing from an academic background, Dr. Alix Norris received her degrees from Virginia Tech and Wake Forest University. She went on to complete a successful four-year postdoctoral fellowship in the lab of Dr. Murray Korc (a prestigious Joseph M. Huber Professor and Chair of Medicine) at Dartmouth College, elucidating the complex signaling pathways activated in pancreatic cancer. While in academia, Dr. Norris successfully competed for federal research and training grant programs, including the Department of Defense's Predoctoral Fellowship, the NIH's F32 Postdoctoral Fellowship, an NIH R21, and numerous travel and merit-based internal awards. After the completion of her postdoctoral fellowship in 2011, Alix founded Tn Consulting, LLC, a powerhouse in the federal grant-writing arena, in order to support her love of writing and to use her scientific strengths in experimental planning, interpretation, and communication to better help others in science.

  • Reviews:

    “I liked that Alix presented a lot of good information that I could use after the webinar was done. Additionally, I liked the Q&A section at the end that was very helpful.”
    - Benjamin Goldschmidt, Assistant Professor, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA

    “The extra tips and pointers based on presenter's personal experience, and the Q&A session.”
    - Vicki Coopmans, Associate Professor, Webster University, St. Louis, MO

    “Webnar provided very practical advice.”
    - Sharon Meyer, Professor, University of Louisiana-Monroe, Monroe, LA

    “Good!”
    - Tiwari Rakesh, Assistant Professor, Chapman University School of Pharmacy, Irvine, CA