|Line Number||Section ID||Credits||Days/Times||Room/Bldg||Instructor|
|14090||A||3.0||Friday @ 12:30pm - 2:20pm||T498 (HST)||Annette L Fitzpatrick|
|14091||B||2.0||Friday @ 12:30pm - 2:20pm||T498 (HST)||Annette L Fitzpatrick|
Additional Course Details
The course requires considerable time writing, re-writing, and critiquing proposals. The intent is to develop a grant proposal during the course.
All elements of NIH grant preparation. This includes Specific Aims, Research Strategy and Methods, Significance, Innovation, Power, Review criteria and process, and a mock study section.
- Use content-area expertise and methodologic skills to develop a coherent set of specific aims and a research plan that addresses these aims.
- Demonstrate clear, concise and compelling grant writing skills covering each component of the PHS 398 technical application. This includes specific aims, research strategy (significance, innovation, approach, analysis and power), plus preliminary studies and/or progress if appropriate. 3-CREDIT OPTION.
- Evaluate and critique research proposals developed by other student investigators. This includes preparing written a review of the two proposals and giving two brief oral presentations in class.
- Apply components involved in submitting a grant to NIH or other funding sources to your own grant applications.
In addition to regular classes, several peer review sessions will be scheduled outside of normal class attendance.
How You Will Be Evaluated
You will be evaluated based on a successful completion of all elements of a grant application.