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heard this a few days ago on the country station. Thanks for sending me to look for it on YouTube MyTChondria, the video adds punch.
Rockey's post on PI survival also had a graph on the persistence of PIs in submitting applications. She noted that the 1989 first-R01-equivalent folks dropped off in their grant submitting persistence around years 3-5 more than the younger cohorts. A comment by qaz on the prior post of mine triggered a thought. What about people […]
As the neuroscientists in the audience prepare for their largest annual scientific gathering, I like to remind my Readers to attend to a chore which will improve their odds of obtaining NIH grant funding. This includes a little bit of homework on your part, so block out an hour or two with your coffee cup. […]
There is an interesting new survival analysis for PIs that have been awarded at least one R01 posted at RockTalk. Briefly, what you are looking at is as follows: We chose three cohorts of first-time R01-equivalent awardees — those who received their first R01-equivalent award in 1989, 1997, or 2003....We used data on these three […]
The NIH grant application has a tremendous amount of room for stylistic choice. No, I'm not talking about Georgia font again, nor your points-leaving choice to cite your references with numbers instead of author-date. Within the dictated structure of Aims, Significance, Innovation, etc, there is a lot of freedom. Where do I put the Preliminary […]
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