Preface To The First Edition.- Preface To The Current Edition.-Overview: Overall Goals When Writing Grant Applications.- Organization And Use This Guide.- Preparing To Write.- Types Of Nih Grants.- Anatomy Of The Nih Grant Application.- Starting To Write: Deciding The Research Aims And Overcoming Writer's Block.- Organization And Writing Style.- Figures And Tables.- Specific Aims.- Research Strategy: Significance.- Research Strategy: Innovation.- Research Strategy: Approach.- Bibliography And References Cited.- Appendices.- Collaborators And Consultants.- Training And Career Development Grants.- Administrative Sections And Submission Process.- Scoring Process.- Resubmitting An Application.- Non-Nih Grants.- Conclusions.- Appendix: Useful Web Resources.- Index.
Über den Autor
Dr. Yang attended college and medical school at Brown University and completed a residency internal medicine at Bellevue Hospital/New York University. During his Infectious Diseases fellowship training at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School, he began his research career studying the role of cellular immunity against HIV-1. During his fellowship training, he received NIH F32 and K08 grants, followed by an R01 grant as an instructor. He is currently a professor at University of California Los Angeles, where he has been on the faculty since 1999.
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