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Radiology Research Alliance (RRA) On-line Grant Writing Series

A grant proposal is where you sell your research to the reviewers in order to obtain the necessary funding to proceed. Without good grant-writing skills, even a well thought out and meaningful research project can fail from the start due to lack of funding. The following Webinars were recorded live at Emory University during their 2016 Summer Grant Writing Series.

     

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Grant Funding for the Junior Researcher

Submitting your first grant can be intimidating. Follow these 10 rules to prepare and submit a grant to the most appropriate source.

Srini Tridandapani, MD, PhD

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Grabbing Reviewer’s Attention: Titles, Abstracts, and Specific Aims

A good first impression can make all the difference. To do this, you need to understand your audience in order to tell them a story. 

Elizabeth Krupinski, PhD

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Selling your Ideas — Writing the Preliminary Data & Approach Sections

Grant writing is like telling a story. Learn to “market” your idea by showing the significance and feasibility of your project via preliminary data and concise, direct specific aims with alternative strategies. 

Elizabeth Krupinski, PhD



     

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Boilerplates – Biosketches, Human Subjects, Animals, and All that Jazz

Learn to navigate the less “exciting” aspects of grant writing such as biosketches, human or animal subjects, facilities and equipment, and budget.  

Elizabeth Krupinski, PhD

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Working with Industry

Learn the basics of getting involved with industry including writing proposals, understanding contracts, available funding sources, potential conflicts of interest, and returns on investment.

J. David Prologo, MD

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Entrepreneurship – Getting Money for Your Company

There are many ways to get funding for a commercial venture, including small business grants from the US government. Learn the specific program descriptions, eligibility, and tips for developing a proposal for the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs.    

Presenter: Ernest V. Garcia, PhD