Grant Writers Coaching Group for NIH Awards
June 18, 2020
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Intercontinental San Juan
Writing a successful grant is critical to career advancement. Take advantage of this unique program that supports racial and ethnic minority faculty in improving critical writing skills to strengthen grant proposals and increase diversity in academic medicine.
Research shows that minority faculty members often experience differential success with grant applications. According to an article published in Science in 2011, “Minority researchers in the United States consistently win NIH funding at lower rates than their peers.”
The AAMC has a program to support minority faculty write successful grants through the Grant Writers Coaching Group for NIH Awards designed for URM faculty who are actively working on an NIH Career Development (K or R) proposal. This program involves an intensive one day workshop held on June 27, 2019, followed by three months of continued peer review and online support sessions to strengthen the proposal.
This program will provide:
- Sessions on developing grant writing skills
- Direct hands-on assistance with proposal preparation
- Detailed feedback on strategies to improve the design and writing of their proposals
- Online sessions for continued peer and coaching support
Eligibility: Our target audience includes faculty who are underrepresented in medicine, however all faculty regardless of racial ethnicity are welcome to apply.
This program involves an intensive one-day workshop held on June 18, 2020, followed by three months of continued peer review and online support sessions to strengthen the proposal. Registration for the 2020 workshop will begin in early spring 2020.
Questions? Contact email@example.com.