In today’s blog post, I made a short video (< 8 min) for you on the topic of writing the Approach Section of your NIH grant proposal. A lot of us tend to overload our Approach Section with too many facts and details. This causes several issues. In the video, I go over the problems this causes, and one solution I discovered by accident that has helped myself and many of my clients avoid Approach Overload

Enjoy the video, and please leave a comment with any questions. I’d be happy to answer them.

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    2 replies to "How to write your NIH Approach Section, without overloading yourself or your reviewer"

    • Agnieszka

      Hi Morgan
      Great, that obviously important. So what about recently discussed RIGOR and REPORODUCIBILITIES concern – this is very space consuming part (and sometimes boring )
      Thank you

    • steven

      I’m sorry. I couldn’t play the video. How can I see it?

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