NIH Grant Writing: Tools for Family Scientists
It is important for scholars to receive funding to support their projects and provide services to families. However, the grant writing process can take a lot of time and preparation. This is particularly challenging for those that are not familiar with the application and review process of the funding institution.
In this webinar, presenter Joseph G. Grzywacz, Ph.D., will provide an introduction to the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) process of funding proposals. Specifically, he will share with attendees how to decide on the best mechanism to apply for funding (e.g., R21), explain how proposals are reviewed, and provide information that will increase the chances of receiving funding. Thus, attendees will gain insight on the skills needed for advancing one’s research agenda by understanding how to improve their ability to write grant proposals that are funded.
Overall, attendees will leave this webinar with the ability to:
- Use the three principles of grant writing in my grant to improve reviewer scores;
- Select the NIH research mechanism best suited for my proposed project; and
- Apply the fundamentals of scoring instructions provided to reviewers to improve my grant.
Approved for 1.5 hours of CFLE continuing education credit.
About the Presenter
Joseph G. Grzywacz, Ph.D., has earned continuous federal funding for 18 years. He has served as the Principal Investigator or major architect for dozens of grants totaling more than $20,000,000 in direct costs. He has been funded by several institutes within the NIH (i.e., National Institute for Child Health and Development, National Institute on Aging, National Institute for General Medical Science, National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences, National Cancer Institute), the Centers for Disease Control (i.e., the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health), and several national and international foundations. Awarded grants have resulted in over 250 peer-reviewed publications spanning multiple fields and disciplines. Dr. Grzywacz recently presented at the United Nations’ Commission for Social Development and is an NCFR Fellow.
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