In an effort to provide cost-effective training to the broadest group possible, I created a series of virtual, self-paced training courses. For a fraction of the cost of one-on-one consulting, I will teach you step-by-step how to write an NIH submission.
Updated NIH READY: R-SERIES TRAINING
Step-by-step instructions for writing a polished NIH R01 application in a four-part series
Key steps to take before you write a successful NIH submission
- SPECIFIC AIMS
How to write the most important page of an NIH submission
- SIGNIFICANCE AND INNOVATION
How to “sell” your project to NIH reviewers
How to write the section that correlates most closely with your overall score
New! NIH READY: P- & U-SERIES TRAINING
4-part, 4-hr webinar series provides an overview of the NIH Multiproject Submissions
Short course on writing the NIH mentored K-series
New! RECENT CHANGES TO NIH CLINICAL TRIALS
Understand the PHS Human Subjects & Clinical Trial Information Form and write a winning Research Strategy-Approach section
BUILDING YOUR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH FUNDING PORTFOLIO
Consider funding sources outside the NIH R01
CHOOSING YOUR NIH FUNDING MECHANISM
R01? R03 vs. R21? R15? R34? K series? Parent vs. RFA?
UNDERSTANDING THE NIH REVIEW PROCESS
Gain insight into the review process to inform your approach to writing the submission
MISTAKES COMMONLY MADE ON NIH GRANT APPLICATIONS
Benefit from knowledge gained by a grantwriter who reads dozens of Summary Statements per year
Updated BEST PRACTICES: INCREASING YOUR NIH FUNDING PORTFOLIO
For Research Development staff seeking to increase the NIH funding portfolio at their institution
For about the cost of a single lab reagent, a grantee can enjoy unlimited access to all courses, live or recorded, for one full year!
Administrators enjoy steep savings when they purchase an annual institutional subscription —which provides access for everyone on campus, including students and post-docs. For more information about Institutional Subscriptions please CONTACT US
My goal is not to improve a single submission, but to improve my client’s grantsmanship skill on all submissions going forward. It makes my client a better grantee, mentor, and reviewer, and ensures the research the best chance of success.