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The Art and Science of Writing K08 or K23 Career Development Grant Application

This uniquely focused webinar will cover the specifics of K08 and K23 awards, the reasons whyyou should apply, the importance of a good mentor, where you will need help, and what happens after you submit your application.

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When Jul 27, 2011
from 01:00 pm to 02:00 pm
Where HSC: K Building, Room 2035
Contact Name Laura Zanewicz
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The Art and Science of Writing K08 or K23 Career Development Grant Application

July 27, 2011

 

Writing for a mentored career development award isn’t hard … once you know all the tricks of the trade. Nonetheless, it is definitely an art. You have to stand out from the crowd and put your best foot forward. There are definite strategies you can use to successfully present yourself, your mentor, your environment, and your career development plans, among others. Second best won’t get you funded. You must convince the NIH that you are worthy of the taxpayers’ money. If you think you are worthy, then convincing the NIH should be easy … with a little help.
This uniquely focused webinar will cover the specifics of K08 and K23 awards, the reasons why you should apply, the importance of a good mentor, where you will need help, and what happens after you submit your application.

5 Key Take-Aways:

Understanding NIH’s complicated requirements for these grant applications
Importance of all the career development proposal elements, and what to include in each
Confidence in asking for help and seeking reviewers
Nature of the research proposal and the importance of testable hypotheses
The significance of an excellent mentor and committee

This Webinar Is Perfect for Scientists Who Need Assistance On:

Sorting out the NIH rules and regulations and exactly what a submission entails
Seeking out colleagues to critique the proposal
Coming up with a research project that has testable hypotheses and is do-able in five years
Convincing the NIH that you have all the “right things” in terms of a mentor, department support and protected time for research
Putting together an individualized career development plan

 

All attendees will receive 1 RCR Contact hour.

 

For questions, contact Research Integrity:  email or 852-2454

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