The Complete Guide to Writing NIH Behavioral Science Grants

The Complete Guide to Writing NIH Behavioral Science Grants

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A veritable cookbook for individuals or corporations seeking funding from the federal government, The Complete Writing Guide to NIH Behavioral Science Grants contains the latest in technical information on NIH grants, including the new electronic submission process. Some of the most successful grant writers in history have contributed to this volume, offering key strategies as well as tips and suggestions in areas that are normally hard to find in grant writing guides, such as budgeting, human subjects, and power analysis. A "who's who" among grant reviewers, this guidebook provides "inside" information as to why some grants are scored well while others flounder during review. A must-read for both entry level grant writers making headway in the complex NIH grant system for the first time as well as more seasoned investigators who can't seem to break the barrier to funded research grants, Drs. Scheier and Dewey's comprehensive volume provides simple and clear explanations into the reasons why some grants get funded, and a step-by-step guide to writing those grants.show more

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  • Hardback | 480 pages
  • 157.48 x 233.68 x 40.64mm | 907.18g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 21 black and white photographs and 17 line illustrations
  • 0195320271
  • 9780195320275

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Not only an excellent reference guide for how to write a NIH proposal, but it is also a tremendously useful source of information and insight to help demystify the federal funding process...This is a "must-have" book for anyone who considers writing an NIH proposal for the first time, but it is also ideal for grant writers in general and is valuable even for experienced NIH researchers. James M Topolski, PsychCritiques, vol 53, release 37show more

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FOREWORD; EDITORS PREFACE; OVERVIEW; 1. Peer review at the National Institutes of Health; 2. Shaping the NIH research agenda; 3. A brief guide to the essentials of grant writing; 4. Sample size, detectable difference, and power; 5. Exploratory/developmental and small grant award mechanisms: Smaller alternatives to the R01; 6. Funding your future: What you need to know to develop a pre- or post-doctoral training application; 7. Unique funding opportunities for underrepresented minorities and international researchers; 8. RO1 grants: The investigator initiated cornerstone of biomedical research; 9. Center grants (P50 Mechanisms); 10. P20 and P30 center grants: Developmental mechanisms; 11. The K award: An important part of the NIH alphabet funding soup; 12. T32 grants at the NIH: Tips for success; 13. SBIR funding: A unique opportunity for the entrepreneurial researcher; 14. Federal grants and contracts outside of NIH; 15. Financing and cost-accounting science: Budgets and budget administration; 16. Documenting human subjects protections and procedures; 17. Navigating the maze: Electronic submission; 18. Revisions and resubmissions; 19. Concluding remarks; Endnotes; About the Contributors; Contact Information; Appendix I: The NIH URL websites; Appendix II: NIH institutes, centers and their websites; Appendix III: Sample introduction to revised grant application; Appendix IV: Budget & budget justification example for Japanese Beetles studyshow more

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