Workshop: Competing for Funding from the National Institutes of Health
This half day workshop will reveal keys to writing a competitive proposal to NIH and includes information on how NIH is organized, how to find and understand NIH funding opportunities, how to identify the NIH Institute/Center, study section, and program that best fits your research, how NIH proposals are structured, and the NIH review process.
This workshop is geared to faculty who intend to pursue funding from the National Institutes of Health and/or who will seek funding for health, behavioral health, and health-related research. To take advantage of the group activities, please bring your laptop/tablet or a notepad and pen/pencil.
Presenter: Lucy Deckard, Academic Research Funding Strategies, LLC
Presenter Lucy Deckard established Academic Research Funding Strategies, a consulting firm that helps faculty compete more successfully for grant funding, in 2010. She has helped to develop successful proposals to a wide variety of federal funding agencies and foundations. Prior to launching Academic Research Funding Strategies, Ms. Deckard she worked in research development at Texas A&M for 8 years, most recently serving as Associate Director of the university’s Office of Proposal Development. She also directed the university’s New Faculty Initiative, helping new faculty to jumpstart their research by helping them to identify funding opportunities, develop a strategy for pursuing funding, and learn to write competitive proposals.
Ms. Deckard has presented grant writing workshops at NIU for several years. She is exceptionally knowledgeable and presents in an engaging and comfortable manner.
RSVP required by Friday, April 5th.
Friday, April 12 at 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Holmes Student Center, Illinois Room
600 Lucinda Ave, DeKalb, IL 60115
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