Description
ADVANCED GRANT WRITING PART 2
The purpose of the integrated methods course is to build on the skills learned in the methodological core and provide a hands-on research experience. Trainees will learn the phases of the research process from conception to design and, ultimately, to implementation of the research. Through a combination of group sessions and independent work, trainees will use a research topic of their choice to develop their own research proposal in the form of an NIH grant application. The application will include sections on specific aims, background and significance, previous work, and methods. In addition, trainees will review and critique the work of their peers. Mentor must be identified prior to enrollment.
Details
Grading Basis
Grad LG/SNC Basis
Units
1
Component
Seminar - Required
Offering
Course
CLRES 2072
Academic Group
School of Medicine
Academic Organization
Office of the Dean, MED
Campus
Pittsburgh Campus
Enrollment Requirements
CREQ: (CLRES 2005 and 2010 and 2020 and 2040 and 2071) or (MEDEDU 2005 and 2010 and 2020 and CLRES 2040 and 2071); PLAN: Medical Education (CERT-Master's or MS), Clinical Research (CERT-Master's or MS), Clinical and Translational Sci (PHD)
Typically Offered
Spring