How to Write a Successful NIH Individual NRSA Fellowship (F Award, including F30, F31, or F32)





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Published on Sep 25, 2013

8/20/13 - Course Instructor: Mark H. Roltsch, PhD, former NIH Scientific Review Officer and Program Director, and current Executive Director of the Office of Academic Research and Sponsored Project at St Mary's University, San Antonio, Texas.

This workshop is targeted to pre- and postdoctoral trainees who are interested in preparing an application for an individual NRSA Fellowship (F Awards). Dr. Mark Roltsch, a former NHLBI Program Officer and Scientific Review Officer, created this workshop to assist young investigators with the development of what most likely is their first NIH grant application. He combined his years of NIH career development awards review experience and program management as well as his experience in designing NIH training workshops for young investigators in the development of this workshop. The goal of this workshop is to enhance the attendees knowledge of what is need to write a successful F Award grant and how to avoid some common pitfalls. Attendees should leave the workshop with a clear direction and timeline of what they need to accomplish to submit F award application.

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