Taking Flight

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

If you want to be off your K or similar career development award before the end of five years, the calendar will tell you that you can't start later than the third year to submit a substantial grant.

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What’s in your Bucket(s)?

Durango Kid, PhD

Once you’ve defined the buckets of work for your grant submission and placed them on your timeline, you are ready for the second step in the work breakdown process.

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Buckets of Fun (Work?)

Durango Kid, PhD

Proposed research project is feasible? Check. Timeline formatted? Check. Milestones added? Check. Now it’s time to break the work into manageable chunks....

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TB Research on World TB Day: Yuri van der Heijden

Rebecca Helton

In honor of World Tuberculosis Day, Dr. Yuri van der Heijden talks about his TB research and offers advice to those working toward career development awards.

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Researchers—Start Your Timelines

Durango Kid, PhD

Your feasibility assessment is complete. You have made necessary adjustments and you are confident your proposed research project is feasible. Now what?

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500 Mile(stones)

Durango Kid, PhD

How will you know you are progressing satisfactorily toward your chosen date for submitting your grant proposal? Defining milestones will help. Earlier blogs have addressed why doing a plan for …

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Can You (Really) Do Your Proposed Study?

Durango Kid, PhD

…a deceptively simple question that can be interpreted in several ways.

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Planning to Plan: Gathering Materials for Your Grant Pacing Plan

Durango Kid, PhD

You’ve decided that maybe a plan for doing your grant submission is a good idea. Check! But how to start?

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NFL Combine and NIH Study Section

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

What does the NFL Combine have in common with NIH study section? They're the gateway to the Pros. Bring your A-game.

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#*@*! Plan Is Not a Four-Letter Word.

Durango Kid, PhD

Writing a grant proposal? Do you have a plan for how you will get it written, reviewed, and submitted on time? A PLAN? Yes, a plan. What can a plan …

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