Anatomy of a Biosketch presentation provides tips on developing a biosketch and utilizing InfoEd as a biosketch creation/archival tool.
A separate section describing planned education in the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR), is now required for all NIH training grants. This section now receives increased scrutiny by reviewers and the NIH, so careful preparation is important. Unresponsive RCR plans will preclude a grant award.
The NIH has specific criteria, described in NOT-OD-10-019, that are required for your application to be responsive. The key elements are: 8 contact hours/year are required, it must be in different forms (e.g. not just online), and face-to-face interactions with the mentors are a valued component. Specific tips:
Karen Klein (firstname.lastname@example.org) provides advice, drafting, and editing of the RCR section of applications.
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