Keeping Your Eye on the R01 Ball

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Staying focused on R01 timing is the main game for K awardees.

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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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Taking Flight

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

If you want to be off your K or similar career development award before the end of five years, the calendar will tell you that you can't start later than …

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What the F? Creating a Commons ID

Melissa Krasnove

Help! I’m submitting an NIH fellowship application and need a Commons ID. How do I get one?

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NIH Diversity/Minority Supplements for Your R01

Rebecca Helton, MA

These are the easiest, and perhaps most rewarding, grants you'll ever get. Learn how.

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BioRender: The Best Thing that Ever Happened to Science Figures

PhD Diaries

BioRender is where scientists bring their findings to life – visually. It's time to leave Illustrator and PowerPoint behind.

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What the F? Advice for Fellowship Applicants from Reviewers. Part 1

Melissa Krasnove

Part 1 of feedback gathered from a dozen faculty who review fellowship applications on what makes a successful application.

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Tips for Scoring a VA Career Development Award

Rebecca Helton, MA

For those with a connection to the Veterans Health Administration, the VA CDA 2 can be a great way to propel your career.

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What the F? Advice for Fellowship Applicants from Reviewers. Part 2

Melissa Krasnove

In this three part series, I share advice received when I asked a dozen faculty from my institution who review fellowship applications what they look for in a strong application. …

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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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