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Tips from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for evaluating and managing the effort level in your grant application.
What Happens When You Leave?
The NIH typically awards grants to institutions, not individual PIs/PDs. A recent Extramural Nexus article and an Open Mike blog post discuss what happens when a PI/PD changes institutions or is otherwise unable to carry out his or her duties.
There's an App for That!
With the new Grants.gov mobile app (on Google Play and Apple's App Store), it is easier than ever to quickly search for, subscribe to, and share federal funding opportunities on the go
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What's in a Name?
Do you struggle when it comes time to give your project a title? The editorial staff of Academic Medicine recently shared strategies for writing effective titles, including tips on how to grab readers’ attention and optimize your work for Google.
Enter abstracts or other scientific text and Matchmaker will return a list of 100 similar projects from the NIH RePORTER database. *Link includes a video tutorial.
Grant Events and Trainings
Did you know Grants.gov's Community Blog provides a list of upcoming conferences, workshops, and other training events? These networking and educational opportunities are hosted by federal grant-making agencies and other associations or organizations in the grants community. You can find the list here.