Sometimes getting an NIH grant is like pulling teeth, because you’ll submit a proposal that you think is great, and get reviews back that just pick it apart. But grant reviewers almost never tell you what they’re really thinking. In this episode, Morgan reveals why that is, and how you can avoid it.
These need to be separate from the pressures of academic science, which is a constant publish-or-perish affair, making it hard to focus on
Don’t once think that because you can name a large array of facts about your field that people will be impressed.
Starting in January, NIH is implementing a shortened grant format for all of the main grant types, including R01’s and K awards. This came from very long and involved deliberation with many members of the research community, spanning years.