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Title How the NIH Can Help You Get Funded : an Insider's Guide to Grant Strategy.
Imprint Oxford : Oxford University Press, USA, 2013.

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Description 1 online resource (363 pages)
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Contents Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Essential Steps for Securing NIH Grant Funding: A Quick Guide to Key Concepts; Abbreviations; 1. National Institutes of Health; Office of the Director; How an Application Becomes a Grant; 2. Institutes and Centers; Program Officers; Advisory Councils; Institute and Center Data; 3. Center for Scientific Review and the Peer Review Process; Picking the Right Reviewers; How Your Application Is Reviewed; What the Score (or Lack Thereof) Means; Percentiles versus Paylines versus Success Rate.
Becoming a ReviewerPeer Review Resources; 4. Office of Extramural Research; Funding Opportunities; Preparing Your Application; eRA Commons; Grants Policy; 5. Federal Budget Process; 6. NIH Funding Data and Trends; Applying Data to Your Application Strategy; 7. Getting at Mechanism; Research Grants (R series); Research Programs (P series); Career Development; Research Training; A Word about Supplements; A Word about Bridge Funding (R56 Awards); 8. Telling Your Story Well; First, Check the Data; Specific Aims; Approach; Significance; Innovation; Introduction.
Protection of Research Subjects (Human, Animal)Project Summary; Other Application Components; Cover Letter; Budget; 9. Presenting Your Message Well; Organizing Your Ideas; Reader-Friendly Formatting; Science of Communicating; Beyond the Text; 10. Getting by with a Little Help from Your Friends; Friends at the National Institutes of Health; Friends outside the National Institutes of Health; 11. Before and After Your Study Section Meets; Before the Review; Review Week; After the Review; Council Meeting; Appeals; Administrative Review and Award Processing; 12. Is the Check in the Mail?
Reading the NumbersWhen Will You Know Whether Your Score Is "Fundable"; 13. The Check Is Not in the Mail ... ; Resubmission; Repurposing Your Application; 14. The Check Is in the Mail, but ... ; Downsized; Change of Institution; Carryover; Keeping the Money Coming: NIH Public Access Policy; Appendix: Contacts and Resources at Institutes and Centers Common data set for each Institute and Center with funding authority (key links, contact information); Index.
Summary How the NIH Can Help You Get Funded takes a novel, non-formulaic approach in teaching readers how to ""write a grant""--And much more. The authors draw on their decades of experience working with both investigators and NIH personnel to anticipate their questions and concerns and help establish a comfortable, productive partnership between them. With this book's focus on applying this knowledge to their personal grant strategy, readers will learn: DT how the NIH operates at the corporate level, as well as the culture and policies of individual institutes and centers DT how the NIH budget evol.
Other Author Berg, Jeremy M.
Other Title Print version: Kienholz, Michelle L. How the NIH Can Help You Get Funded : An Insider's Guide to Grant Strategy. Oxford : Oxford University Press, USA, ©2013 9780199989645