Not that Kind of Grant Application: Tales of Waiting for Career Development Awards

Pipette Protagonist, PhD

Spoiler: Waiting to hear on your first major grant is hard.

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Bespoke Tailoring: Why You Want to Work with a Writer/Editor

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Hiring a medical editor is like having a bespoke tailor. No one cares what I’m wearing, but I want my work to step-out completely dressed for success.

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Lupus Research on World Lupus Day: April Barnado

Rebecca Helton

In honor of World Lupus Day, we talked to April Barnado, a K12 scholar who is developing methods to use the electronic health record to study outcomes in systemic lupus erythematosus.

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How to Work with a Writer or Editor

Rebecca Helton

You don't have to do it all yourself! Many successful researchers engage scientific/medical writers and editors for help with grants, manuscripts, press releases, and more.

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The Write Rules

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Time to repent of these 10 basic writing sins.

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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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Trials and Tribulations

Cranky Reviewer

Ever since the holy trinity important things have come in threes—listen up. Study section will not (and should not) cut you slack. 1.) No matter how many clinical trials you …

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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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