CTSI plans Methods in Grant Preparation Seminar Series for spring 2013
Oct. 15, 2012 College News - The Clinical and Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin (CTSI) is hosting a series this spring titled, Methods in Grant Preparation Seminar Series, to present advanced principles of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant preparation. The series will be held on Tuesdays from Jan. 22 through May 7 in HRC Room M2050 and run from 5-7 p.m. It is directed by David Harder, PhD, Associate Dean for Mentoring.
Topics to be addressed include:
How to succinctly state overall and specific hypothesis and specific aims with affirmation and relevance
Specific writing styles with the intent of clearly stating the importance of the specific aims and bringing them to fruition and purpose
How to write in a manner which presents proposal aims in an important and timely manner.
Most of the series will cover the 12-page RO1 application, although some time will also be devoted to other specific types of awards (i.e., mentored K awards, training grants, and programmatic initiatives).
Graduate students registering for credit must submit all application materials to the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences by Nov. 1. This series may be completed as a seminar or a course. Advanced registration is required. MCW graduate students registering for academic credit should register for course #20253 through the EASI registration system. Non-MCW graduate students registering for credit should contact Angela Gord in the MCW Graduate School for more information.
For information about registration, please visit the Methods in Grant Preparation page.