Post-submission Strategy, Revisited

Last week, the NIH Office of Extramural Research (the office that handles funding for researchers external to the NIH, which has its own intramural scientists and funding opportunities as well) posted a brief blog entry about the submission of patent citations post-submission (meaning, after the application has already been submitted) in its Extramural Nexus blog. However, I found the blog entry left out a key bit of strategy that I thought I would share with you here. Continue reading “Post-submission Strategy, Revisited”

4 Quick Ways to Catch up on Critical Changes to Federal Grant Applications and Processes

Updated 12 December 2017.

Just a quick reminder to everyone to set some time aside over the holidays to review changes to NIH policy (e.g., clinical trials) before drafting a funding strategy for 2018. The new year is a great time to recommit to your funding pursuit and do some deep work on crafting a funding strategy and drafting some proposals, but that energy will be misspent if you haven’t spent some time catching up with NIH policies effective in the new year. So here are 4 great sources for news everyone applying for funding should know. Continue reading “4 Quick Ways to Catch up on Critical Changes to Federal Grant Applications and Processes”