Writing a Grant Part 4: Additional Details


Posted by Tamar A. on Nov 7, 2018 3:10:00 AM

Finally, the finish line is approaching! You have completed your specific aims, significance and innovation, and the bulk of your research strategy. You have sent those files for numerous rounds of pre-peer review by your trusted colleagues and mentors. Now it’s time to focus on some smaller, yet still very important details.

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Topics: Science Education, Career Development, techniques

Writing a Grant Part 3: The Experimental Approach


Posted by Tamar A. on Oct 31, 2018 3:10:00 AM

In the previous post, we described how to write an effective significance and innovation section, focused on defining the problem and providing a high-level overview of your proposed solution. In this post, we’ll outline the approach, wherein you’ll expand upon the solution and illustrate exactly how you plan to conduct the research.

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Topics: Science Education, techniques

Writing a Grant Part 2: Significance and Innovation


Posted by Tamar A. on Oct 24, 2018 7:43:37 AM

The significance and innovation section is a recent (within the last 10 years) addition to the NIH and most other foundation grant applications. It is a place for you to showcase WHY the work should be done – WHY there is a significant need for your study, and HOW the work is different from everyone else’s approach. What makes it groundbreaking, original research, work that will advance our scientific knowledge?

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Topics: Science Education, techniques

Writing a Grant Part 1: First Things First


Posted by Tamar A. on Oct 17, 2018 3:15:00 AM

So you’re thinking of writing a grant? Or maybe your mentor has politely suggested that it would be in your best interest to do so?

Where do you start?

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Topics: techniques, Career Development, Science Education

Academia, Industry, and Entrepreneurship…oh my!


Posted by Tamar A. on Aug 22, 2018 3:10:00 AM

Tamar Aprahamian is an interesting study in the professional opportunities available for young scientists. She's worked in academia, industry, and most recently, founded a company of science writers called JetPub. She has been a contributor to our blog and was nice enough to share her story.

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Topics: Career Development, Science Education

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