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Career Development

Grant Writing

Grant Writing Service

Have your grant edited by Brenda Birmann, part-time grant editor with the ORC. Brenda provides individual feedback, assists with English language, grammar, and writing style, and ensures formatting and content is in line with NIH guidelines. You may sign up for either an ‘Aims only’ or ‘Full Proposal’ slot for the months preceding your submission date.

Initial slots are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Investigators may be given editing help with up to two full submissions per year. A third request within one year may be considered for an ‘Aims only’ slot if timing allows (or for a second full submission, after one ‘Aims only’ and one full submission), with the understanding that priority will be given to junior investigators/trainees and first-time requests.

Sign up to have your grant edited here.

 

Career Development (K Series) Grant Writing Workshop Series

The Office for Research Careers (ORC) is pleased to offer a pilot workshop series designed to provide guidance and feedback to junior faculty applying for National Institutes of Health Career Development (K) Awards.

Application closed for Summer 2019 cycle.

Full 2019 RFA

Professional Development

Mentoring

Mentoring Circles Program

The Mentoring Circles Program (MCP) is a program created by postdocs for postdocs. Two senior postdoc mentors meet with a small group of 5-7 junior postdoc mentees on a monthly-basis to give advice and help advance their career. Applications for the 2020 – 2021 academic year are open through August 14th.

Learn more & apply here.

CURE Mentoring Program

The Continuing Umbrella of Research Experiences Program (CURE), administered by the Initiative to Eliminate Cancer Disparities, allows postdocs to mentor a high school or undergraduate student in their lab for 8 – 12 weeks during the summer.

More info about CURE.

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