Aug 06, 2010
from 08:30 AM to 04:30 PM
|Contact Name||Michelle A. Maclay|
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In addition to addressing both the practical and conceptual aspects that are important to the fundamentals of the proposal-writing process, this seminar includes the changes, “Peer Review Enhancement” that NIH announced in January 2009. These changes will completely change the formatting and review of NIH research-grant proposals, not only technically, but philosophically.
Topics covered include the following:
- The switch to the 9-point evaluation scale
- Greater emphasis on quality of content and less on detailed descriptions of what will be done
- Greater emphasis on funding the applications of New/Early Stage Investigators
- Standardization and shortening of reviews
- Greater emphasis on the fastest path to funding: the decision to reapply or switch to a new idea
- Shortening of the length of the Research Plan, with elimination of sections for review of literature and presentation of preliminary data
- Linkage of sections of the application to each of the five core review criteria
Price: $100 - cost includes course material (book & handout) and lunch
To register, visit http://cfx.research.unc.edu/res_classreg/browse_single.cfm?New=1&event_id=22599. Please note registration for this course will close on July 15.
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