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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A Smorgasbord of Writing Pointers with a Side of Wit

Ashley Hood, PhD

Excellent food for thought and a generous portion of style pointers and common mistakes.

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Acting on the Essential

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

Essentialism is a guide to being re-energized by sharpening our focus on what is essential, compelling and generative.

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Feeling Powerless in the Age of Covid (Part I)

Lucile Wrenshall, MD, PhD

The Covid pandemic brings out feelings of powerlessness in all of us. Here's why and what (part 2) you can do about it.

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Using Content-Lexical Ties to Connect Ideas in Writing

Eric Sentell, PhD

You may have been told that your writing doesn’t flow well, but were you taught what that meant? Were you told how to fix it?

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Your Grant as Story - the Rogue Character

Lucile Wrenshall, MD, PhD

Avoid confusion by properly introducing the cast of characters in your grant proposal

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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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Beginner’s Eye for the Science Guy (or Gal)

Lucile Wrenshall, MD, PhD

Take a fresh look at your data and the world around you.

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Space for Conversation: Diversity, Inclusion, & Equity in Academics

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

An invitation to share insights, strategies, & successes for engrafting reverence for the necessity of diversity in all forms.

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Big Words

Lucile Wrenshall, MD, PhD

Big words in academic writing - love 'em or leave 'em?

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