Grant Writing Short Course and Research Development Workshops
Grant Writing Short Courses & Workshops“After taking the ORSD Faculty Grant Writing Short Course in Spring 2011, I incorporated what I learned into two R01 applications submitted last June. Both proposals have been funded! Feedback I received from the course made two reasonably good grants (which likely would not have been funded) into two excellent grants (that were). The course was enormously helpful and I highly recommend it.”
-Ashish Jha, HPM Associate Professor
The Office of Research Strategy and Development (ORSD) offers a four-session NIH grant-writing short course, targeted to primary HSPH faculty who have their research operations based at HSPH. The course is designed to assist faculty who are actively developing NIH proposals and is co-led by Karen Emmons, Associate Dean for Research and NIH-funded scientist, and Donald Halstead, Instructor and Director of Writing Programs in the Office of Educational Programs, who has extensive experience providing training and education in effective public health writing.
The course offers intensive instruction, peer and instructor review to faculty with a range of grant-writing experience and will focus on areas of the NIH proposal that are particularly challenging (i.e., specific aims, significance, innovation, approach and abstract).
Please note that because space is limited and the peer review format is designed specifically for a small cohort, registration is limited to HSPH faculty who have their research operation based at HSPH and preference will be given to HSPH Assistant and Associate Professors.
If you are interested in participating in the NIH Grant-Writing Short Course, please email email@example.com to register.