Grant Writing Resources
NIH publishes many kinds of grant writing support on their web pages including tutorials, tip sheets and videos. A group of study section chairs put together an Insider’s Guide to Peer Review for Applicants:
It is good basic information for all grant writers. Many institutes produce materials specific to their submissions, so be sure to check for Institute-specific tips also. For help getting started, check out the Office of Extramural Research’s website:
The UM Writing Center comes to the Miller School
The Writing Center is a university resource providing support for writing – usually associated with the Gables Campus students and faculty. The Director of the Writing Center has agreed to spend Tuesdays on the MSOM campus.
If you are committed to submitting a grant proposal within the next 6-months, and you would like some assistance from a professional writer on that proposal, contact RIM for an appointment:
- RIM Email: MedResearch@miami.edu
Grant Editing Awards
Grant Editing Support Grants provide up to $1,500 for external consulting when an investigator is in the final stages of proposal submission and in rare cases for the early development stage of a proposal. The expectation is that a proposal will be submitted to an external sponsor following the expenditure of the award.
A full description of the Program and applications is available on this website: