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[p. v; toc] Contents Introduction Acknowledgments Foreword 1. The National Institutes of Health The NIH Mission Basic NIH facts NIH funding allocations Other funding agencies 2. Mentoring and collaborative relationships Finding and working with a mentor Developing new collaborative relationships Maintaining ongoing collaborative relationships When problems arise 3. Types of award mechanisms Specific grant mechanisms Training grants Career (K) awards Grant supplements for underrepresented minorities Funding levels for different grant mechanisms SBIR and STTR award mechanisms 4. Preparation and Preliminary Steps Are you ready? Try out your ideas on your colleagues The NIH Website: A useful resource Healthy People 2010 The NIH Roadmap Initiative The NIH Guide For Grants and Contracts Requests for Applications (RFAs) The Computer Retrieval of Information on Scientific Projects (CRISP) Database Contacting NIH Program staff Strange Bedfellows: Politics and Science Pilot Data Choosing Your Research Team, and Initial Negotiations Summary 5. Writing the application I: The scientific content General notes concerning scientific writing Writing the Proposal The NIH Review Criteria The Abstract Section A. Specific Aims Section B. Background and Significance Section C. Preliminary Studies Section D. Research Methods Common Reviewers? Criticisms Sections G through K Appendices Additional information required for mentored NRSA awards Proposal Development Timeline Revise, Revise, Revise, Proofread, Proofread, . . . 6. Writing the application II: Human/Animal concerns A note concerning Just-in-Time procedures A brief discussion of ethics and accountability Required education in the protection of human participants Human Subjects Example (Section E) Human subjects Informed consent Expedited review Waiver of the requirement for a signed consent form Inclusion of Children in Research Inclusion of Women and Minorities in Research NIH coding scheme for acceptability regarding inclusion of women and minorities The Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act (HIPAA) Certificates of confidentiality Data and Safety Monitoring Humane care and use of laboratory animals 7. Writing the application III: The administrative pages The Face Page Abstract, Performance Sites, Key Personnel, Human Embryonic Stem Cells The Table of Contents Budgets Facilities and Administrative Costs (F&A) The Budget Justification Consortia and Sub-Contracts The Checklist Modular Budgets SBIR/STTR Budgets The Resources Page Other Support Page Targeted/Planned Enrollment Page Letters of support Personal Data on Principal Investigator Variations in the form 8. Submitting the application The cover letter Know your Integrative Review Group (IRG) and Study Section Submission dates Where and what to send 9. The grant review and award process The grant review process The summary statement The percentile rank The review criteria SBIR/STTR review criteria Scoring the application If your score is not in the fundable range . . . Resubmission Postscript: Be careful what you wish for . . . Appendix A: Glossary of useful terms Appendix B: Useful websites Appendix C: Checklists Index About the Author
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National Institutes of Health (U.S.) -- Research grants -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Proposal writing for grants -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Proposal writing in medicine -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Medicine -- Research grants -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.