Methods in Grant Preparation (Spring 2022)
Are you or will you be writing one or more grant proposals? Do you want to learn how to identify funding opportunities, write a successful NIH grant, or about the NIH review process? The purpose and goal of Methods in Grant Preparation is to present advanced principles of National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant preparation, and it can be taken for a certificate.
Methods in Grant Preparation is a seminar series directed by Joseph Barbieri, PhD and hosted by the CTSI each spring since 2013. This series addresses how to succinctly state overall and specific hypotheses and specific aims with affirmation and relevance. It also suggests specific writing styles with the intent of clearly stating the importance of the specific aims and bringing them to fruition.
The series is recommended for faculty, staff, and other individuals who are currently or will be working on one or more grant proposals.
Student Learning Objectives/Outcomes
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:
- Identify an appropriate funding resource and mechanism
- Develop a grant idea
- Identify specific aims and hypotheses for a grant
- Construct significance and innovations sections of a grant proposal
- Construct a research design section of a grant proposal
- Construct a proposal for the development of a multidisciplinary research team
- Develop a grant budget
- Communicate a grant proposal to student colleagues
Program DirectorJoseph Barbieri, PhD Professor, Microbiology & Immunology
Cecelia Hillard, PhD, Associate Dean, Center Director, Professor Pharmacology and Toxicology
Daisy Sahoo, PhD, Vice Chair, Professor, Department of Medicine
Ramani Ramchandran, PhD, Professor, Dept of Pediatrics
David Gutterman, MD, Sr. Associate Director, Professor, Dept of Medicine
Curt Sigmund, PhD, Chair, Professor, Dept of Physiology
John Corbett, PhD, Chair, Professor, Dept of Biochemistry
Tom Aufderheide, MD, Professor, Dept of Emergency Medicine
Allen Cowley, PhD, Professor, Dept of Physiology
Nichole Lohr, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, Dept of Medicine
Mingyu Liang, PhD, Vice Chair, Center Director, Professor Dept of Physiology
- 26.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
- 26.00 Hours of ParticipationHours of Participation credit.