The Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute is hosting the Write Winning Grants seminar with John Robertson, Ph.D., managing member of Grant Writers’ Seminars and Workshops. This seminar addresses practical and conceptual aspects important to writing competitive grant proposals and is appropriate for faculty, postdoctoral researchers and students.
The day-long seminar addresses practical and conceptual aspects of writing competitive grant proposals, emphasizing idea development, identification of the appropriate granting agency, writing for reviewers and tips and strategies. Participants learn to use a linear progression of logic that leads reviewers through the application. Robertson emphasizes strategies designed to merit a fundable priority score.
Who should attend?
- Faculty, postdoctoral researchers and students planning to write a research grant in the next two years
- Individuals new to grant writing and those with more extensive experience
Seminar cost: $95 covers grant-writing manual, all seminar materials and lunch. Register by Sept. 20.
While targeted toward NIH grants, the principles are appropriate for applicants to other agencies.
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