Livestream: Aug 31 

R01 grantsmanship bootcamp


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Experienced grantees find value


“I got a lot of great ideas from this training, even though I got my first R01 back in the day (in the early 2000's when the payline for my institute was 22%!). I have never adapted well to the removal of the background section, but now understand better the options of where to put that information. I LOVE the idea of having an overall introduction to the Approach section to let the reviewers know what is coming. I usually jump right into Aim 1. I will try the new idea next time. Also appreciated many other tips and information on NIH tools like Matchmaker, tools to find a study section, etc. Thanks so much for this training!”
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Junior faculty get insider tips

“It is particularly helpful for junior faculty, but there is plenty to take away even after close to 30 years of submitting (and getting sometimes) R01 applications. 
"Every R01 applicant needs to hear how important relationship with a PO is, and ways to go about finding the right match and building that relationship. This was not mentioned in other grant writing courses I attended. I'm going to try it, and hope it works... The writing tips were useful too.  Great session overall.   Thank you."
"Packed with information, but very well presented with useful how to do tips"




Designed for those preparing to write an R01 or similar submission for an upcoming grant deadline, and the people who advise them.


August 31, 12—4:30 ET




At the end of 4 1/2 hours of training, you will:
  1. Identify and employ crucial steps to take to prepare to write
  2. Acquire key information about effective NIH writing strategies
  3. Apply those strategies as you write and revise a draft of your submission
  4. Utilize your skills to critique the work of others, which will lead to sharpening of your own skills
  5. Develop better grantwriting skills that will carry forward on all submissions, whether to NIH or other funding agencies
(Description formatted for CME application. We will provide a certificate of attendance upon request.)
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Margaret Bouvier received her Ph.D. in 1995 in Biomedical Sciences from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. After an NINDS post-doctoral fellowship, she worked as a staff writer for current NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins in the Office of Press, Policy, and Communications for the Human Genome Project and NHGRI. Since 2007, Meg has specialized in editing and advising on NIH submissions, and began offering virtual courses in 2015. She currently supports 4 of the top 5-ranked hospitals; 4 of the top 6 cancer hospitals; and 2 of the top 3-ranked medical schools for research in the country. She has helped clients land over $320 million in federal funding. Meg Bouvier Medical Writing, LLC is a woman-owned, small business.
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