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The Grant Application Process BE 440 October 15, 2003
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Writing a Grant Application First of f “writing a grant” ... The time from submission to the issuing of a grant award takes almost a year (NIH). John’s and Ram’s first application (of my own) took about 6 to 8 weeks to write – it takes slightly more than one to two week (with help) now.
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Getting a Grant -- Timeline Submit application on June 1 (there are three deadlines each year Oct 1, Feb 1) Submit supplement in mid-September (a few pages tops, only if you have new data) Application reviewed in October Executive secretary of Program Director calls (or you call them one week after the review) Earliest possible funding = April or May So, it takes about a year from when you start writing
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What Happens at Study Section? Study Section = Initial Review Group (IRG) About 25 members who take four year terms Variety of disciplines; gender, race, demographics are selection criteria, in addition to expertise Triage – Something to avoid … Review Load: 100-120 per round; Each SS member gets about 10 (but they have all complete applications in front of them) Walk through a review: Chair, Executive Secretary; Primary, Secondary, Tertiary Reviewers
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What Happens at Study Section? First, scientific merit is considered (each
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course BIO 2.797j taught by Professor Matthewlang during the Fall '06 term at MIT.

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