PABIO 590C, Spring
1. Monday, May 7. Introduction and Developing a concept for a research proposal
Matching program with interests with grantor
2. Wednesday, May 9. Structure of a grant: choosing and framing your proposal
Review this PDF of an annotated good NIH grant: http://www.niaid.nih.gov/ncn/grants/app/default.htm
3. Friday, May 11. Proposal plans
Bring in 5 copies of a one page draft of your aims for your research proposal. We will break into groups to discuss so that you can revise and work on your proposals.
4. Monday, May 14. Review of grants
Assignment to study section and funding agency. Composition of study sectionRole of SRA, grant assignment How is a review constructed? Common concerns for grants.Handouts: examples of critiques
5. Weds., May 16. Mock study section
This session will illustrate to students what happens at a grant review meeting. UW faculty members who have served on NIH study sections will participate. .
6. Friday, May 18. After the scientific review
What happens after the review? Role of Program Officer and CouncilSubmitting a revised proposalResponding to the critique
Mini-proposals are due. Click here for a description of the format required. These will be provided to other members of class.
7. Monday, May 21. Student miniproposals
Small group discussions of student mini-proposals.
Bring five copies of each of your critiques to class. Click here for a description of the format.
Tuesday May 29. Revised proposals including responses to critiques are due at 10 am. Email these to Marilyn and to the other members of your group.NO CLASS Weds. May 23; Friday May 25; or Monday May 28
8. Weds. May 30. Grant sources and budgets
Federal vs non-federal
9. Friday, June 1. Revised proposals: we will discuss and critique the proposals with the applicant
Have prepared comments on your assigned proposals, indicating both your assessment of significance, approach, and innovation. How well did the applicant respond to the critique? Bring in 5 copies of your critique.
This schedule may be updated as the course progresses.
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