Tools for Successful NIH proposals

NIH Peer Review Revealed:

This video provides a front-row seat to an NIH peer review meeting. Real scientists from the scientific community review fictional but realistic grant applications for scientific merit.

Reviewer Guidelines and Templates:

Review the general guidelines for study section reviewers and chairs as well as fillable reviewer templates for all current applications.

Strategy for NIH Funding:

NIAID presents a seven-part strategy for obtaining NIH funding.

Annotated Successful NIH R01 and R21 Applications:

NIAID provides samples and examples that are part of the grant application from NIH. In addition to full annotated R01 and R21 applications, NIAID provides sample Data Management Plan information, Sample Model Organism Sharing Plans, Project Leadership Plans for Multi-PI Proposals, and much more.

Review Abstracts of Prior Awards for your Program of Interest:

Search the NIH award abstract database (RePORTER) by funding mechanism, keyword, and institute. For assistance, contact Karen Jamiola.

Institutional Boilerplate for NIH Applications:

ORSP provides sample Resource pages, AREA (R15) boilerplate, and standard descriptions of Marquette University.

The Grant Application Writer's Workbook:

Contact Karen Jamiola to check out The Grant Application Writer's Workbook: National Institutes of Health Version by Stephen W. Russell and David C. Morrison.

 

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Dr. Brian Schmit
Associate Dean for Research, Opus College of Engineering
Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering

Engineering Hall 444
(414) 288-6125
brian.schmit@marquette.edu

Karen Jamiola
Proposal Developer and Grant Specialist
Opus College of Engineering

Haggerty Hall 243
karen.welniak@marquette.edu