Grantsmanship Workshop Materials
A grant writing workshop for postdocs and graduate students was held on December 12-13, 2007. The workshop was very well received and covered topics including finding the right funding mechanism (federal or private), project planning, writing and “selling” your grant, and data presentation.
A list of supplemental materials to the grant writing workshop can be found here. Annotated examples of successful grants are included.
Reviews and approves all proposals to ensure compliance with federal, state, and institutional policies.
Writing services ranging from minor grammatical assistance to substantive editing and organization of proposals.
Searchable databases of funding opportunities. The GrantsNet database is no longer in operation but alternatives are presented here.
The Grants – OER Homepage contains information on NIH grants policy and the types of grant programs offered, including the New Investigators Program
Search Grants.gov for federal grant opportunities, or use the NIH RePORTER database (previously CRISP) to search for abstracts of grants that have already been awarded. Look for currently funded projects similar to what you are planning.
Learn about the NIH peer review process at the Center for Scientific Review
Extensive funding resources including a free, searchable database.
Browse an extensive listing of Postdoctoral Awards maintained by the Albert Einstein College of MedicineOffice of Grant Support. Funding opportunities are also sub-categorized by funding interest, monthly deadline, and junior faculty.
This site covers the basics of planning, writing, and applying for the RO1 grant, but much of the advice is also useful for postdoctoral fellowship applications.
The Art of Grantsmanship by Jacob Kraicer
Detailed advice on crafting a grant application from conception to submission.