National Research Mentoring Network Grant Proposal Writing & Professional Development Coaching Groups
Deadline Extended to May 17, 2016
NRMN’s grantwriting groups are more than just 1-2 day workshops! Each model is an intensive program for junior investigators to work closely with experienced faculty members and peers on National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant proposals. See details below!
NRMN-Proposal Preparation Program (P3)
Program Overview: In today’s highly competitive funding climate, the importance of strong proposal writing skills cannot be overstated. Investigators must assume that their great research ideas will be competing against a wealth of other great ideas; the proposals that ‘rise above’ are those that spark an exceptionally high level of enthusiasm in reviewers by presenting compelling arguments for not only the research’s methodologic rigor, but also the project’s anticipated impact on the field, significance for various stakeholders (patients, researchers, clinicians, investigators in different but related fields), degree of innovation, and alignment with the funding agency’s priority areas. All of these proposal features are addressed during coaching sessions within the NRMN-P3 program.
Application deadline: May 17 at midnight CDT
In-person kickoff: July 10-12 (in Minneapolis)
Online sessions: July 7, August 11, 25, September 15, 29, October 13, 27
In-person mock study session: November 17-18 (in Minneapolis)
Junior Investigators developing an NIH or NIH-style research grant proposal. Apply as a mentee.
Senior Investigators with successful NIH research grant track records wishing to coach junior investigators on grantwriting and professional development. Apply as a coach-in-training.
NRMN is a nationwide consortium of biomedical professionals and institutions collaborating to provide all trainees across the biomedical, behavioral, clinical and social sciences with evidence-based mentorship and professional development programming that emphasizes the benefits and challenges of diversity, inclusivity and culture within mentoring relationships, and more broadly the research workforce. The goal of the National Research Mentoring Network is to enhance the diversity of the NIH-funded research workforce.
Visit NRMN.net to learn how you can get involved!