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NIH & NSF Funding Advisor monthly newsletter is designed specifically to help you build the strongest grant application possible.

If you're like most research scientists, you're looking to improve your chances of getting more grant money from the NIH and NSF.

Each of these agencies contributes billions of dollars to U.S. institutions each year, sponsoring research that meets rigorous criteria. NIH approves about 21 percent of the applications it receives, NSF about 28 percent.

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Competition for available NIH and NSF funding is fierce. That is why you'll want these expert grant strategies and tactics at your fingertips.

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  • Convince reviewers. Generate a compelling idea that your NIH or NSF reviewers will want to support.
  • Stand out. Create an attention-grabbing title for your proposal.
  • Learn from case studies and real-life examples. Don't make the same mistakes other grant writers have made.
  • Reapply or move on? Tips on whether to try again using the same idea or generate something new. Understand what you can gain from a proposal deemed "not funded".
  • Put your best foot forward. Clearly present your vision, goals, objectives, and outcomes.
  • Get the latest information. Take advantage of this one-stop resource for all new resources from NIH & NSF.
  • Leverage your relationships. Understand the program manager's role, and get the most out of that relationship.
  • Be clear and specific. Learn first-hand how-to guidance to make sure reviewers interpret your goals how you intend them to.
  • Build your support network. Learn how and when to seek help from your colleagues, peers, and mentors.

Practical advice from a network of experts

The content of NIH & NSF Funding Advisor includes best practices, case histories of how-to advice, articles by experts, question-and-answer sections, and much more. Reporters and editors gather the material by interviewing experts worldwide from all pertinent disciplines. Occasional guest columnists appear as well as the answers to reader-submitted questions. A distinguished, multidisciplinary editorial advisory board serves as a resource for the editors, providing suggestions for article topics and interviews.

This newsletter is brought to you as a training tool by the Principal Investigators Association, which is an independent organization. Neither the articles presented nor their contents have any connection 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.