Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Webinar: Avoid NIH Funding Rejections, Write a Winning Specific Aims Page and Narrative

February 15 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

| Free

Are you new to NIH or feel you need more assistance with your Specific Aims page and/or Narrative in order to gain reviewers’ attention?

Learn how to significantly improve your chances of getting your research funded from medical researcher and educator Dr. Christopher Dant in a webinar to be hosted on February 15 from 12:00 to 1:30 pm in the GSR 2.106.  Dr. Dant has written numerous successful NIH grants and was trained in grant writing at NIH.  His proven tactics on constructing a powerful Specific Aims and Project Narrative will help your grant proposal stand out among today’s fierce competition.  See the full description of the webinar below.

To register, click here: (https://utsaresearch.wufoo.com/forms/write-winning-nih-aims-page-and-narrative/).  If you are unable to attend the webinar on February 15 but are still interested in watching it, please contact Daniel Arriaga at x. 6302 or daniel.arriaga@utsa.edu in order to gain access to the webinar online.

Location:  GSR 2.106

****
Avoid NIH Funding Rejections, Write
a Winning Specific Aims Page and Narrative

NIH Training Grant Writer Helps You Make Your Application Stand Out and Get Funded
Don’t let the Specific Aims Page and Narrative section of your NIH grant application get you turned down for the research money you need.

This happens quite frequently in Peer Review meetings. The Specific Aims Page and Narrative section of your Abstract are the most critical aspects of your grant. They can make or break peer reviewer interest and enthusiasm and often immediately sink your grant before it is read in detail.

Despite the overwhelming importance of these sections, knowing how to use them to attract the attention of your reviewer is not straightforward. The good news is, that with an understanding of what NIH peer reviewers expect to see, you can make sure your grant gets noticed, which boosts your chances of funding approval. This is where medical researcher and educator, Christopher Dant, PhD, can help.

Dr. Dant is a former researcher, has written numerous successful NIH grants, and was trained in grant writing at the NIH. Most recently, he taught NIH grant writing at both Stanford and Dartmouth Medical Schools. Dr. Dant knows what it takes to get your grant approved, and during his upcoming, 90-minute online training session on Thursday, February 15th at 12:00 pm, he wants to share this knowledge with you. During this training, he’ll walk you through exactly how to write a more successful Specific Aims Page and Narrative section. This online training will help your application stand out above the fierce NIH grant competition. Ultimately, it will improve your opportunity to get the funding your research needs.

By attending this online training session with Dr. Dant, you will learn how to significantly improve your chances of getting your research noticed and ultimately funded. Here are just a few of the proven tactics you’ll learn from this expert-led training:

~ Construct your Specific Aims Page to incorporate exactly what NIH reviewers expect

~ Proven lay language to use in your narrative section to show your grant’s relevance to human health and attract NIH peer reviewer attention

~ Write a more successful Aims page by mastering the concepts of Significance and Impact

~ Develop a systematic approach to writing your Specific Aims Page that gets you noticed

~ Focus on your research’s Significance and potential impact to immediately capture NIH  reviewers and show them why your work is worth funding

~ Uncover how your Specific Aims Page is KEY to your entire NIH application, and make it work for you

~ Make your grant rise to the top in terms of the importance and impact of your work

~ And so much more…

Registration is limited to ensure that you have the opportunity to get your specific questions answered during the Q&A portion of the training. Don’t wait, register today.
**

Details

Date:
February 15
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Cost:
Free

Venue

Graduate School & Research Building (GSR) 2.106
1 UTSA Circle
San Antonio, TX 78249 United States
+ Google Map