Great science is not enough to land NIH grants–you must also master grantsmanship skills. My NIH training courses aim to improve a grantee’s grantsmanship skill, not just on the current submission, but on all submissions going forward. It makes my client a better grantee, mentor, and reviewer, and ensures the research the best chance of success.
Through virtual and live formats, I train grantees on the skills needed to communicate about their research in NIH submissions.
Through their institutions, I provide NIH grantwriting expertise to individuals and groups of grantees.
Why Dr. Bouvier?
I focus on improved grantsmanship skills for all submissions going forward resulting in better grantee, mentor, and reviewer.
TRAINING IS A STRATEGIC INVESTMENT
Organizational membership to my virtual, self-paced library of titles allows administrators to meaningfully scale their NIH grantsmanship training; pre-award support staff to distribute up-to-date content; and grantees to pace themselves through their learning of NIH grantsmanship skills. LEARN MORE
My experience at NIH as both a bench scientist and staff writer greatly informs my approach to NIH grant training. I see dozens of reviewer comments each year. With that broad, current perspective, I know what is fundable right now.