Writing Your First Grant. Sara Rockwell, PhD Professor, Therapeutic Radiology and Pharmacology Associate Dean for Scientific Affairs Yale School of Medicine Postdoc Workshop, 1/11/11. Why write grants? . To get money to support the research you want to do
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Sara Rockwell, PhD
Professor, Therapeutic Radiology and Pharmacology
Associate Dean for Scientific Affairs
Yale School of Medicine
Postdoc Workshop, 1/11/11
PIs on average spend more than 40% of their time on administrative issues directly related to their research grants
The new world:ERA
Thousands of applications per cycle
Planning, Writing, Submitting
Receipt & Referral
Peer Review & Scoring
Final Review & Negotiation
But you already knew that! different groups
Peer reviewed journals?
Quality, impact of journals?
Full article or brief notes and case reports?
E.g. Keck center, West Campus cores
Available on fee for service basis
If you’re going to use them, say so in the grant and budget justification
Tell how you will obtain expertise
include as investigator
Good proofreader; good English skills
This reader will provide a critical perspective if there are non-scientists on the review panel