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Two-Day Professional NIH Grant Development

Live Online Replacement for All In-Person Workshops
Oct 18 - Oct 19, 2021
10:30a - 6:00p (Eastern Time)
$595.00

Our two-day focused workshop addresses essential NIH research resources, as well as the conversion of ideas into fundable research. Following the workshop, you will understand how to navigate the mechanisms of grant procurement, identify the critical sections of successful proposals, and demonstrate the excellence and innovation that propels your research beyond other submissions. You will also understand the diversity of the study sections and comprehend how to respond to various NIH guidelines.

Your training covers the overall strategic plan for writing proposals, including: statement of significance, hypothesis, specific aims, approach, key personnel, and budgets. Our instructors will engage you in interactive exercises, lectures, and discussions so you can better understand how to research, write, and develop your individual research proposals.

Our curriculum targets:

 ·       Young Investigators seeking to acquire the techniques to research and draft winning NIH grant proposals

 ·       Senior researchers and grant writers looking to polish existing skills and receive updates about NIH funding trends

You will learn how to:

 ·       Find the appropriate program and grant mechanism for your idea

 ·       Read and interpret RFAs

 ·       Address the NIH proposal guidelines

 ·       Identify and effectively write the key elements of a proposal

 ·       Integrate each component of the grant into the final product

 ·       Develop focused and realistic budgets

 ·       Package a professional grant submission

 ·       Understand the NIH scoring system and peer review process

 ·       Use what happens in a study section to your advantage

 ·       Write winning grants that stand out from the competition

Dr. Mathilda Harris

Dr. Mathilda Harris

Dr. Mathilda Harris (Tillie) is the Executive Director of the Grant Training Center. During the past twenty five years she has written grants, conducted workshops on grant planning, developed strategic plans on grant procurement and assisted individuals and institutions nationally and internationally to successfully write and receive funding from federal, corporate, private, foundation and multi-lateral donors. She has served as a reader and evaluator of grant competitions for the U.S. Department of Education, the Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education, The National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

Dr. Harris has worked with the private sector in the US and abroad in order to create joint ventures, augment sales in designated markets and create strategic planning to assure commercialization of innovative technology. She has also conducted SBIR/STTR workshops for staff and faculty at institutions such as Brookhaven National Laboratory and MIT Lincoln Laboratory.

She holds a doctorate from The George Washington University (Washington, DC), an M.A. from the University of Portland (Portland, Oregon) and a B.S. from the University of California (Berkeley).

 

Day One

10:30 am-

11:00 am

Introduction

11:00 am-

11:30 am

General Grant Writing Concepts

11:30 am-

12:00 pm

Navigating the NIH Website & the Reporter

12:00pm-

12:30 pm

NIH Organization & the Funding Mechanisms

12:30pm-

1:15 pm

LUNCH

 1:15 pm -

2:30 pm

Development of an Application – General Concepts & Planning

 2:30 pm -

4:00 pm

Writing the Proposal

 4:15 pm -

5:30 pm

Complete a Grant Design Chart & Write Specific Aims

 5:30 pm -

6:00 pm

Summary of the Day, Q&A, & Next Steps

 

Day Two

10:30 am-

11:00 am

Summary of Previous Day

11:00 am-

12:00 pm

Discussion of Institutes, Rosters, & PubMed

12:00pm-

1:00 pm

Discussion of Revised Specific Aims

 1:00 pm -

1:45 pm

LUNCH

 1:45 pm -

3:00 pm

Review & Dissect Exemplary NIH Grants

 3:15 pm -

3:45 pm

“NIH Peer Reviewed Video & Discussion

 3:45 pm -

4:15 pm

NIH Review & Resubmission Process

 4:30 pm -

5:45 pm

Mock Panel Review

 5:30 pm -

6:00 pm

Summary & Q&A

 

Preparing for the Workshop

Begin thinking of the research you want to conduct. Doing so will help you better grasp the various proposal components presented during the course. Consider potential study sections that would be appropriate for your research, and how you would answer the following questions:

  1. What is the need of your project?
  2. What is the significance of your project?
  3. How will you budget your proposal?
  4. What is the time frame of the grant you are seeking?
  5. What is your hypothesis?
  6. What are the Specific Aims (2-3)?

Submit Specific Aims from your work, if possible. The more examples the Instructor receives, the better chances that he or she will select an example that may be relevant to your research.

What You Will Need

  • REQUIRED: Computer/Tablet - PC, Mac, iOS, Android, or Windows Mobile (mobile devices may require free appstore download)
  • REQUIRED: Internet connection - This is a live webinar
  • REQUIRED: Headset, headphones, or speakers - Access to a microphone or headset allows verbal questions, otherwise questions may be asked through chat box
  • Organization or Institution Information - A brief description and/or mission statement and/or current strategic plan of your institution
  • Proposals - Current, planned, or past; funded or unfunded; requests for proposals; review or judging criteria; reviewers' comments or critiques

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Cancellation & Refund Policy

Grant Training Center (GTC) has the sole and absolute discretion to reschedule and cancel all workshops. In the event of such a cancellation, GTC will attempt to notify attendees two weeks prior to the scheduled workshop. If a participant has paid for the cancelled workshop and is unable to attend the rescheduled session, he/she will receive either a refund or a credit toward a future workshop. If we do not hear from the attendee within 30 days, they will not be able to receive a refund.

In no event shall GTC be responsible for travel arrangements or other costs related to or arising from workshop attendance or GTC’s rescheduling or cancellation of the workshop. Participants should contact GTC prior to making travel arrangements to ensure the workshop is taking place.

If you are unable to attend the workshop and wish to receive a full refund, GTC must be notified at least seven (7) business days prior to the start of the workshop.

If you cancel less than seven business days prior to the start of the workshop, no refund will be given. Instead, you will receive credit for a future workshop, which is valid for one (1) year.

Force Majeure: If a workshop is canceled due to reasons of Act of God or nature, war, riot, strike, or labor dispute, the cancellation policy will not apply and the fee will transfer to the rescheduled workshop. If participants cannot attend the rescheduled date, the registration fee can be utilized for any Grant Training Center workshop of the same cost during a period of exactly one (1) year from the date of the original workshop.

Individual Membership Cancellation: Once an individual membership has been paid and processed, members will have three (3) days to cancel for a full refund. After the three (3) day period, no refunds will be issued.

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