Grant Writing Workshop
hosted by UCSC STEM Postdocs Association (USPA)
Postdocs, grad students and staff scientists are all welcome!
TIME: June 25th (Monday) 9:30am-3pm
LOCATION: Biomed 300
David States, Biomedical Research Development Specialist, Office of Research
David has decades of experience with research funding. Currently he works with UCSC faculty on federal grant proposals, especially on biomedical research topics.
Carrie Partch, Associate Professor, Chemistry & Biochemistry Department
Carrie has extensive experience with NIH on both sides: she has received multiple R01 grants, and has sit on the review panels. She also teaches a grant-writing course.
9:30am Check in
10am-12pm David States: basic principles of grant writing, going over examples (for those who submit writing samples ahead of time), how to write NSF grants
12-1pm Lunch and networking
1-3pm Carrie Partch: NIH funding mechanisms and review process, going over examples (for those who submit writing samples ahead of time)
Registration is required.
Register here! Deadline June 19th.
Both instructors have taken time out of their busy schedules and offered to review your proposals and provide specific advice. In order to get the most out of this workshop, we strongly encourage you to submit your draft proposal, especially the specific aim page. You can submit any sections you find challenging to write. You may upload your draft in the registration form. These materials will not be shared with any one else besides the workshop instructors.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions!
– UCSC STEM Postdoc Association (USPA)