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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Opportunities for Collaboration with the Trial Innovation Network

Aimee Edgeworth

If you're doing multi-site clinical research, this group can supercharge your study recruitment and make technical details easier and less time-consuming.

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Writing Your K or CDA Progress Report

The Edge for Scholars

Writing your annual progress report is both an art and a science. Here's how to ace it.

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Diversify Your Funding Portfolio

Ray Blind, PhD

Getting funded requires just as much thought, work and innovation as your science.

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Link of the Week: NIH Paylines & Resources

The Edge for Scholars

With grant submission season around the corner, here’s a page you’ll want to keep in your bookmarks.  It’s a frequently updated and invaluable resource on NIH IC …

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Did You Miss It? Big Research Investing and a Decade of DrugMonkey Blog

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

This week’s edition of Friday Fighty Squirrel (FFS) offers a quick glimpse of things you might have missed this week on the interwebs while you were working away on …

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Using NIH RePORTER to Find Your Guide

Rebecca Helton, MA

Use Matchmaker to find Program Officials of active grants similar to yours. Here's how.

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Three Tips for Writing to Non-Specialists

Eric Sentell, PhD

We often have broader audiences than our fellow specialists. Here are three tips for writing to non-specialists, from a writing specialist.

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Working Hard Does NOT Mean Success (at Grants or Anything Else)

The Edge for Scholars

There’s this persistent myth that I need to tear down once and for all. Maybe it won’t all happen in this one blog post, but by God I’…

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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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