Proposal Development and Grant-Writing Support
Emory offers proposal development and grant-writing support to full-time faculty in the Department of Medicine.
• Restructuring and preparing an NIH K or similar career development award
• General assistance with overall grant writing and critical feedback on a full application
• Critical feedback preparing the introduction and structuring the A1 proposal for a grant resubmission
• Strategy to make a strong case for a particular Request for Applications (RFA)
• Large, multi-centered or multi-PI grants with several authors who need assistance in 'writing with one voice' and overall feedback regarding internal consistency and responsiveness to the RFA
Approval from the Division Director is required in order to process a request for support. Please discuss your request with him/her prior to submitting a request. Note: generally speaking, requests must be submitted a minimum of four weeks before the grant deadline.
Questions? Please contact us at email@example.com.
- NIH funds only about the top ~12% of grants
- Only flawless proposals are winners
- The proposal must be crafted so that only the merits of the science are discussed - distractions to the science will sink the proposal
- For the best possible coherence, consistency, logical flow of ideas and accepted standards of scientific writing
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