There are basically four models for organizing and implementing research or training grant projects.

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There are basically four models for organizing and implementing research or training grant projects. Each approach has a set of defining and distinguishing characteristics that are useful under different circumstances, and each has their own unique advantages and disadvantages. For this presentation I will review the four models which are Individual Model, Consultative Model, Cooperative Model and Collaborative Model. The Individual model is considered the traditional academic approach that requires minimal involvement of others, normally there is a single investigator working independently to develop and carry out a research or educational project. This model is Critical to doctoral and postdoctoral students, because the student needs to learn how to become an “independent” investigator by proposing and then implementing a research study that is feasible in scope and that can be conducted by the candidate themselves The four main situations where the individual model would be appropriate are when you are dealing with -Small pilot grant efforts, usually under $50,000 -when you are an experienced investigator with a well- developed research agenda who is an expert in all the areas of the project -the

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