Application deadline: July 15, 2022
Session dates: September 14, 21, & 28, 2022
- Participate in a three-part orientation workshop and four-part grant writing module (see session dates for more details).
- Submit a monthly online work plan throughout the duration of one’s K grant (average time spent updating tool: two hours per month).
- Participate in specific aims page review workshops (average duration: three hours) and networking sessions (average duration: three hours), as desired and relevant.
- Meet with the program committee for one-on-one support (average meeting: one hour), as desired and relevant.
Grant-funded junior investigators aiming to improve their chances of obtaining independent research funding with the use of project management tools and long-term grant-writing guidance.
Investigators in the first year of a 4- or 5-year NIH K grant (such as a K23, K08, K07, K01, or K25) or equivalent career development award from a grant-funding organization (such as the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, or U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs).