Resilience as a Common Trait in Researchers

Amy Ramsey

If I have learned one thing in science, it is how to be more resilient.

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How to Keep Your Trainee Tables So Your Grants Manager Will Love You

Rebecca Helton, MA

The minute you have a trainee, even an undergrad, start tracking these things. Training grant directors and staff will love it if you do it this way.

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Three (Grant) Peeves in a Pod: Write Better

Cranky Reviewer

Contorted sentence structure and dense text torture reviewers.

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Not that Kind of Career Development Award: Tales of Living with the K99/R00

Pipette Protagonist, PhD

Spoiler: Some of the most valuable lessons have nothing to do with science.

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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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Not that Kind of Career Development Award: Tales of Writing the K99/R00

Pipette Protagonist, PhD

Spoiler: The K99/R00 is weird.

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Summer Home Improvement? Try the NIH "All About Grants" Podcast

Julia Phillippi, PhD

Summer is a great time for home improvement projects. But they can get dull. Redeem the time with NIH ‘All About Grants’ podcasts. They're not flashy, but are USEFUL for …

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Lupus Research on World Lupus Day: April Barnado

Rebecca Helton, MA

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 …

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NIH to PIs: In Current Funding Climate, Three R01s Is Enough

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

Last week, NIH announced a new initiative to keep struggling early and midcareer labs viable by capping the number of R01's any one PI could hold.

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