You are here

Writing the NIH Grant Proposal
Share

Writing the NIH Grant Proposal
A Step-by-Step Guide

Second Edition


December 2010 | 304 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Written by an author with proven success in obtaining NIH grants and in developing grant application workshops in university settings and at association conventions the book utilizes specific supporting examples and cases and includes flow charts illustrating the grant application review process at NIH.
 
1. The National Institutes of Heath and Biomedical Funding
 
2. Mentoring and Collaborative Relationships
 
3. Types of Award Mechanisms
 
4. Preparation and Preliminary Steps
 
5. Writing the Application, Part I
 
6. Writing the Application, Part II
 
7. Writing the Application, Part III
 
8. Submitting the Application
 
9. The Grant Review and Award Process
 
10. Be Careful What You Wish For. . .

Adopted for library resource for grand writing.

Professor Barb LaRue
Health Human Services Programs, Baker College of Port Huron
August 11, 2013

Not adopted YET we are still working on developing the course. We are considering it as an continuing education course.

Mr Mark Mooney
General Education, Bauder College
April 30, 2012

The process for writing an NIH grant is easy to follow and makes a great textbook for the students.

Professor Mary Siegrist
Business Dept, Webster University
April 7, 2011

This will become a new resource for my students given the recent changes in format and organization of the NIH applications.

Dr Brenda Hayes
Chpm, Morehouse School of Medicine
December 21, 2010

William Gerin

William Gerin received his BA in Psychology from Stanislaus State College in Turlock, California in 1979, where he studied operant and classical conditioning avoidance models in animals.  He became interested in the role of human interactions in emotional regulation, and received his PhD in Social Psychology from Columbia University in 1984, under the mentorship of Stanley Schachter.  In 1985 Gerin undertook an NIH-sponsored postdoctoral fellowship in Cardiovascular Epidemiology at the Cornell University Medical Center.  He then went on to Mount Sinal Hospital and (back to) Columbia University, when he moved his laboratory... More About Author

Christine Kapelewski Kinkade

Christine H. Kapelewski Kinkade earned her BS in Neuroscience and Physiology at the University of Maryland, College Park in 2006 and her Ph.D. in Neuroscience at the Pennsylvania State University in 2011.  After graduating, she went to work at the University of California, Berkeley for two years as a Research Compliance Analyst.  Chrissy is now at the University of California, Davis where she is a Clinical Trials Analyst for the Veterinary Center for Clinical Trials.   More About Author

Jerome (Boe) R. Itinger

Tanya Spruill

Purchasing options

Please select a format:

ISBN: 9781412975162
$82.00