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NRMN Enhanced Grant Writing Coaching Intervention for a Diverse Biomedical Workforce

This research study will test an intervention designed to help researchers write successful NIH proposals. This study is funded by the National Institutes of Health (grant number #U01GM132366) and is recruiting participants (junior faculty, senior postdoctoral fellows) for this research study. Participants will be assigned to one of 4 study arms to test the effectiveness of this intervention. This intervention has been reviewed and approved by the University of Utah IRB (approval #00113440). 

Participants from Utah are strongly encouraged to first take advantage of the Utah R01 writing groups conducted by Dr. Maureen Murtaugh Utah CCTS K to Research Success Program. 

Participants in this NRMN study are postdoctoral associates and research-intensive junior faculty who are seeking to develop a competitive NIH-style research grant proposal. Individuals who have already been awarded R01-level funding are not eligible. 

The study is ideal for researchers who are preparing their first major NIH proposal or who have submitted a previous NIH proposal that was not selected for funding. Researchers who already have been awarded a K-series award are eligible to participate in this study, if they are now writing an R-series proposal. 

We are particularly interested in enrolling investigators who are preparing R-/SC-series proposals (e.g. R01, R21, R03, R15, SC1, SC2, SC3) or research career development K-series proposals (e.g. K99/R00, K01, K08, K23, etc.) in the biomedical, behavioral, clinical, and social sciences. 

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Last Updated: 4/13/21