Published: June 11, 2024

Early stage investigators who are currently working on a grant to submit in the NIH February 2025 grant cycle are invited to attend the Miami CTSI Grant Writing Workshop.

Through a series of lectures and interactive exercises, participants will gain the knowledge and skills needed to submit a successful grant application.

WHO SHOULD APPLY

Faculty in Assistant and Associate Professor roles currently preparing to submit an R grant.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

  • *SEPT 10 (in-person)*: Covers key elements through the initial phase of the grant writing process, from developing a compelling idea and meaningful study questions to finding the right study section and understanding the peer review process.
  • *SEPT 17 (in-person): Specific Aims
  • SEPT 24 (virtual): Writing the research strategy, including what reviewers are looking for
  • OCT 1 (virtual): Other sections of the application (e.g., Budget, Letters of Support)
  • *OCT 8 (in-person): Fitting it all together together to finalize the application — covering key items including an informative title to pre-submission review.

*attendance required

LOCATION

Miami CTSI Training Center
1120 NW 14th St., Suite 710

INSTRUCTOR

Alan Delamater, PhD, ABPP, is a Professor of Pediatrics and Psychology at the University of Miami and has received 23 grants as a PI from federal agencies and national foundations over the course of his career. Since 1992, he has served consistently as a grant reviewer at the NIH, including 72 grant review panels.

APPLY

https://umiami.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_40BqGwEkdQp3A6G

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

You can receive section specific assistance via a one-on-one consultation with Dr. Delamater. Visit MiamiCTSI.org/grant-writing for more information.

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