NIH Institutional Support: Use Your
Environmental Section to Convince Reviewers
INSTRUCTIONAL PACK: SPECIAL REPORT + ON-DEMAND WEBINAR
The revised NIH grant application form now demands specific information regarding how your environment uniquely contributes to your research’s success. This new requirement —one of the five key criteria the agency scrutinizes as part of the review process — is both an opportunity and a challenge.
NIH reviewers want to ensure you will have the resources — meaning the institutional support, equipment and physical items — you need to successfully complete your proposed investigation. Additionally, they want to know of any unique features of your scientific environment, subject populations or collaborative arrangements that will benefit your project.
Increase your NIH funding chances by taking advantage of this unique informational pack:
|New NIH R01 Grant Special Report:
Prove Your Environment Supports Your Research
One of the core criteria National Institutes of Health (NIH) reviewers use to score your grant application is the Environment in which you perform the research.
Inside this 30-pg special report, you will find step-by-step expert guidance, including:
Available in digital format or print. Please add $20 for print.
|60-Minute On-Demand Webinar:
NIH Institutional Support: Use Your Environmental Section to Convince Reviewers
This uniquely focused webinar will review the specific information NIH expects and how reviewers process it. It will also give you hints and strategies for using this section to further set your application apart and enhance your chances of success.
Choose your preferred format: CD, MP4 or PDF Transcript.
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The informational products above are brought to you as a training tool by the Principal Investigators Association, which is an independent organization. The products presented and its contents are not connected with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) or the National Science Foundation (NSF), nor are they endorsed by these agencies. All views expressed are those personally held by the author and are not official government policies or opinions.