Registration: Please go to the following site for more information and to register on-line: http://webcentral.uc.edu/research/workshops.cfm
Deadline: Registration deadline (including payment of fee, where applicable) is March 17, 2017
Opportunity: Grant Writing Seminars and a Workshop presented by Grant Writers' Seminars and Workshops LLC
April 18, 2017, 8 am - 5 pm: Write Winning Grant Proposals, a one-day seminar that is an investment in your future - a decision that will help to ensure that you write a highly competitive application.
Fee: $150.00. No prerequisite. A workbook is included.
Target audience: This seminar is limited to Faculty and mentored clinician/scientists preparing to write a competitive extramural research grant proposal.
April 19, 2017, 8:30 am - 12pm: Half-day seminar on NIH Career Development Award Proposals (K and F32 grants).
Prerequisite: attend the Write Winning Grant Proposals seminar in April 2016 or April 2017.
Target audience: This seminar is limited to Faculty and mentored clinician/scientists preparing to write a NIH Career Development Award proposal.
April 19, 2017, 1 pm - 5:00 pm: NEW Grant Writing: Getting Started, a half-day seminar on how to begin the grant writing process. The seminar will cover basic information, such as how to develop a fundable idea, the fundamentals of a grant, how to write for reviewers, and preparation of the application. Fee $100.00. No prerequisite. A workbook is included.
Target audience: This seminar is intended for New/Early Stage Investigators, Graduate Students or Postdocs with no prior grant writing experience. Note: Faculty attending the Write Winning Grant Proposals full-day seminar do not need to attended this ½ day seminar.
All seminars will be held in the Vontz auditorium.
- NIH workbook provides step-by-step strategies to write an NIH grant proposal appealing to reviewers at NIH. Includes the Forms C update and Biosketch supplement information.
- NSF identifies the steps to prepare for Fast Lane submission of grant proposals with information about submission changes made in 2013.
- Any Agency is applicable for submission to agencies other than NIH or NSF.
Additionally, a one-on-one competitive Intensive Grant Proposal Writing
workshop will be available beginning fall 2017. Faculty who have participated in the all-day seminar in 2015, 2016 or 2017 will be eligible to apply for this program. Applications will be accepted after April 20, 2017. Faculty must contact Dawn O'Neill at email@example.com
after that date if interested. Online registration is not available for this workshop.
The seminars and workshop are limited to eligible individuals from the University of Cincinnati, the CCHMC and the Cincinnati VA.
Questions? Contact Dawn O'Neill for more information.