Beginning in October 2004, a series of Research Development Grand Rounds - highly interactive strategy sessions aimed at increasing faculty success in NIH funding - were initiated on the UMB Campus. Past sessions have included sessions on the NIH Road Map Initaitive and on grant writing by expert presenters ranging from NIH officials to your own faculty colleagues. The "Rounds" are intended to benefit faculty, fellows and trainees focused on winning and managing federal research grants.
Participation in each session is free of charge but registration is required.
View information and resources from past sessions by linking on the following pages
Session 1 - NIH Roadmap
Session 2 - How to write a successful NIH proposal
Session 3 - NIH Study Section Review
Session 4 - Writing a competitive grant application
Session 5 - Grants.gov Electronic Proposal Submission
Session 6 - Preparing for NIH Electronic Grant Application
Session 7 - What in the World is Coeus?
Session 8 - NIH Public Access Policy