Grant Writing: Practical Approaches for Preparing and Managing Grants in BME Webinar

Recorded: March 27, 2013

 

Moderator

Angelique Louie, PhD
Professor, UC Davis Biomedical Engineering


Speakers

Kaiming Ye, PhD
Program Director, Division of Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental, and Transport Systems, National Science Foundation

Samir Iqbal, PhD
Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Bioengineering Nanotechnology Research and Education Center, University of Texas at Arlington

Successful grant writing involves advance planning and preparation. It takes time to coordinate planning and research, organize, write and package a proposal, submit a proposal to the funder, and follow-up. This webinar will aim to educate graduate students, early career, and full time professionals about grant writing opportunities in biomedical engineering (BME) and will provide tips for soliciting and preparing BME grants. It will also cover how to become involved in the grant review process. The webinar will feature a presentation from the National Science Foundation (NSF) highlighting NSF BME programs, examples of programs funded by NSF, tips for preparing a successful NSF program, and information about I-Corps and other NSF portfolio programs. There will also be a presentation providing expert perspectives on how to get engaged in the grant review system, finding relevant solicitations, building research capacity for grant programs at new institutions, using teaching and service towards stronger proposals, and the role of mentoring.


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