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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How to Be Heard by Legislators

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

The NIH budget is not final. Contact your representatives about programs you value & the need for increased investigator-initiated funding.

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Knock Your Next Grant Out of the Park

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Write more persuasive grants that earn better scores, starting November 18.

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How to Make an ESI Extension Request for Childbirth/Adoption

Rachel Bonami, PhD

NIH recognizes the impossible tap dance of being both new parent and scientist and offers help.

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NIH Offers New Type of K99/R00

The Edge for Scholars

In 2020, NIH will accept applications for a new career development award focused on diversity.

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Why Can’t NIH Study Sections Operate More Like Journal Reviews?

Lisa Pastore, PhD

Why can’t NIH Study Sections have a consistent set of reviewers and consistent critique?

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Water Your ORCID

Rebecca Helton, MA

NIH begins requiring an ORCID ID for those on training grants in October. Here's how to set up yours.

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Creed: Taking a Beating

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Getting out of the ring too early is the most common cause of death of scientific ideas. Fight on.

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Discover What’s Getting Funded with NIH Matchmaker

Rebecca Helton, MA

NIH Matchmaker allows you to easily find out who and what your institute is funding.

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Using Timelines to Diagnose Problems in Career Planning

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Translating intended goals into a single simple image as a timeline is a powerful tool for staying on track.

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