Would a Short Course on NIH Grantsmanship be helpful to you?
In an effort to provide cost-effective training to the broadest group possible, Dr. Bouvier has created a series of webinars. Learn from a successful grantwriter who writes, edits, and advises on NIH submissions full time. Dr. Bouvier has helped her clients land over $250 million in federal funds in the past five years. She will share her knowledge and expertise in these webinars.
UPDATED APRIL 2018
NIH Application Writing Short Course
This four-part, 5 1/2 -hour online course will walk you through writing the Aims, Significance, Innovation, and Approach of an NIH submission. Experienced grantees may wish to jump to the Approach section of the course to learn about NIH’s myriad policy changes to 2018 clinical trials applications.
Updated MISTAKES COMMONLY MADE ON NIH GRANT APPLICATIONS
Benefit from knowledge gained by a grantwriter who reads dozens of Summary Statements per year.
Updated UNDERSTANDING THE NIH REVIEW PROCESS
Gain insight into the review process to inform your approach to writing the submission.
Step-by-step instructions for writing a polished NIH R01 application in a four-part webinar series.
Key steps to take before you write a successful NIH submission.
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. Includes 2018 Clinical Trial Changes.
BUILDING YOUR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH FUNDING PORTFOLIO
Consider funding sources outside the NIH R01.
Short course on writing the NIH mentored K-series.
BEST PRACTICES AMONG RESEARCH UNIVERSITIES
For Research Development staff seeking to increase the NIH funding portfolio at their institution.
CHOOSING YOUR NIH FUNDING MECHANISM
R01? R03 vs. R21? R15? R34? K series? Parent vs. RFA? We can help!
“Excellent, great writing tips… Very useful…Useful to newbies as well as seasoned grant writers… I feel like I’m learning so much – never having applied to NIH before it can be overwhelming with all the acronyms and subsections and jargon, but I feel like I’m starting to get a grasp of it. Presenter clearly has expertise and content area knowledge. I’ve sat through similar sorts of presentations that are so general or from someone who is a non-scientist and I think the combination of having both make this a very worthwhile product.”
-Anonymous Survey Evaluations for webinar “NIH Launch: Specific Aims”
“Very informative and easy to follow the speaker’s presentation… As usual, it was a thorough, engaging, and instructive. I always find Meg’s webinars and in-person presentations to be very worthwhile… Well-organized webinar beginning with the source of the funds to be competed for and decision making that goes into how topics of interest are determined. Very solid approach on time planning ahead… Well explained and thorough… Very informative and helpful… Provides a lot of resources for writing NIH grant proposal. The submitting questions option is great because I can ask the speaker questions during the seminar… It fills gaps in knowledge about applying for grants, especially for early investigators… Of course [I would recommend this webinar], although I should be careful as I don’t want to increase the likelihood of my competition getting awards from the same pool of funds by learning all the information and strategies this webinar series conveys :)”
-Anonymous Survey Evaluations for webinar “NIH Launch: Preparation”
“On a scale from 0 to 10, it would be a 12…very helpful, as always… learned a lot… extremely useful… it was brilliant!… I have recommended all of [your webinars] many times.”
-Anonymous Survey Evaluations for webinar “NIH Launch: Approach”
“Meg provides valuable, well-organized, concise, real-world information that is crucial in successful grantwriting… Excellent, very helpful presentation… good information and advice… Meg always gives very clear presentations, I will forward useful tips to faculty…I appreciate the handouts!…helpful for anyone writing an NIH proposal…Many useful tips for our faculty included in each webinar.”
-Anonymous Survey Evaluations for webinar “Significance and Innovation”
“Very useful! It was nice to have a succinct summary of the changes and guidance in what to look for…I liked that you gave examples of how to implement the changes in addition to reviewing the changes themselves… it is easy to overlook notices, especially when there are so many, so it is nice to have this as a resource… I would recommend [this webinar] to others.”
-Endorsements from Anonymous Survey for webinar “Demystifying the 2016 Changes to NIH Grant Submissions”