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TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication Lawrence M. Scheier, Ph.D. & William L. Dewey, Ph.D. Foreword Mary Ann Pentz, Ph.D. Editor¿s Preface Lawrence M. Scheier, Ph.D. & William L. Dewey, Ph.D. Overview Lawrence M. Scheier, Ph.D. & William L. Dewey, Ph.D. Chapter 1: Peer review at the National Institutes of Health Mark Swieter, Ph.D. Chapter 2: Shaping the NIH research agenda William J. Bukoski, Ph.D. & Wilson M. Compton, M.D. Chapter 3: A brief guide to the essentials of grant writing Lawrence M. Scheier, Ph.D. Chapter 4: Sample size, detectable difference, and power David M. Murray, Ph.D. Chapter 5: Exploratory/developmental and small grant award mechanisms: Smaller alternatives to the R01 Kenneth W. Griffin, Ph.D. Chapter 6: Funding your future: What you need to know to develop a pre- or post-doctoral training application Jennifer Weil, Ph.D., Susanna Nemes, Ph.D., & Kelly Munly, M.S. Chapter 7: Unique funding opportunities for underrepresented minorities and international researchers Jenny N. Karp, MPH, Ida K. Namur, B. S., & Susanna Nemes, Ph.D. Chapter 8: RO1 grants: The investigator initiated cornerstone of biomedical research William L. Dewey, Ph.D. & Michelle R. Hoot, B. S. Chapter 9: Center grants (P50 Mechanisms) Steven Sussman, Ph.D., Jennifer B. Unger, Ph.D., & Alan W. Stacy, Ph.D. Chapter 10: P20 and P30 center grants: Developmental mechanisms Robert J. Pandina, Ph.D. & Valerie L. Johnson, Ph.D. Chapter 11: The ¿K¿ award: An important part of the NIH alphabet funding soup Frances R. Levin, M.D. Chapter 12: T32 grants at the NIH: Tips for success Linda B. Cottler, Ph.D. Chapter 13: SBIR funding: A unique opportunity for the entrepreneurial researcher Jeffrey A. Hoffman, Ph.D., Susanna Nemes, Ph.D., & William B. Hansen, Ph.D. Chapter 14: Federal grants and contracts outside of NIH Karol Kumpfer, Ph.D. & Julia Franklin Summerhays, M.S. Chapter 15: Financing and cost-accounting science: Budgets and budget administration Michelle A. Lewis, M.S. Chapter 16: Documenting human subjects protections and procedures Danny R. Hoyt, Ph.D. Chapter 17: Navigating the maze: Electronic submission Mark R. Green, Ph.D. Chapter 18: Revisions and resubmissions Thomas N. Ferraro, Ph.D., & Lawrence M. Scheier, Ph.D. Chapter 19: Concluding remarks William L. Dewey, Ph.D., & Lawrence M. Scheier, Ph.D. Endnotes About the Contributors: Biographical sketches of contributors Contact Information: Addresses for contributors Appendix Materials Appendix I: The NIH URL websites Jennifer M. Lapin, Ph.D. Appendix II: NIH Institutes, centers and their websites Jennifer M. Lapin, Ph.D. Appendix III: Sample introduction to revised grant application (Chapter 18) Appendix IV: Budget & budget justification example for Japanese Beetles study (Chapter 15) Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
National Institutes of Health (U.S.) -- Research grants.
Social sciences -- Research grants -- United States.
Psychology -- Research grants -- United States.
Psychiatry -- Research grants -- United States.
Medical sciences -- Research grants -- United States.
Research grants -- United States.
National Institutes of Health (U.S.).
Behavioral Sciences -- United States.
Financing, Organized -- United States.
Research Support -- United States.
Writing -- United States.