More Friendly Advice: When Rejection Isn’t Really Rejection

Vicky Morgan, PhD

When rejection isn’t really rejection – more friendly advice from your NIH grant reviewer I know you’ve heard it, too – “Not Discussed” means you should toss that idea in …

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Fighting Rejection, Reggae-Style: Three Little Reviewers

Rachel Bonami, PhD

Read on for "Bouncing back from rejection" tips, reggae-style.

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Growing Stronger in the Face of Rejection: Roundup

Rebecca Helton, MA

Perspectives on managing the emotional fallout and using rejection to improve your work.

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Friendly Advice from Your NIH Grant Reviewer

Vicky Morgan, PhD

Dear PI, I am your NIH grant reviewer. Many feel that reviewers are the enemy. But for the next few weeks I want to be your friend.

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Specific Aims Part II - the Solution

Lucile Wrenshall, MD, PhD

Part II of my series on the Specific Aims page.

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Specific Aims Part 1 - The Problem

Lucile Wrenshall, MD, PhD

Part 1 of a series on how to write the ever popular specific aims page.

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Grant funding strategy: Which grants to apply for?

Sara Myers, PhD

With so many funding opportunities, choosing which grant to apply for can be hard to know.

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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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Overheard at Ground Level: Fresh Brewed Mentoring

The Edge for Scholars

Collected pearls from office hours with senior mentors and leaders.

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What the F? Advice for Fellowship Applicants from Reviewers. Part 3

Melissa Krasnove

In the final post of this three part series, I share insight from a dozen faculty who review NRSA fellowship applications.

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