Grantcraft: the art of writing a sucessful grant proposal
Workshop Contents and Goals
An effective grant proposal persuades. The proposal is how you convince the funding organization that what you want to do is a subject that they find interesting, that you intend do something important with their money, and that you are able to succeed. Success rests heavily on planning, knowing specifics of your experiment plans, and a respectful and polite attitude toward your colleagues, the reviewers, and funding officials.
This workshop covers the steps that should be taken to successfully write a grant. Participants will be given the opportunity to submit an abstract in advance to Professor Mason for comment during the session. Further details will be communicated after the formal confirmation of participation.
Lecture and coaching.
Introduction of Workshop Trainer Professor Graeme F. Mason, PhD
Graeme F. Mason is Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging and of Psychiatry; Director Metabolic Modeling and Director Psychiatric MRS; Director, Neuroimaging Sciences Training Program; Chair, Magnetic Resonance Research Center Protocol Review Committee at Yale School of Medicine. Further information on Professor Mason can be found here.