Postdoctoral and Graduate Student Education and Research Development Affairs
Lauren Broyles, PhD
In this 2-day workshop, you’ll learn the important practical and conceptual aspects of writing competitive grant proposals. The course will emphasize the “extra” things that can lead to a successful proposal.
This workshop is appropriate for investigators, postdoctoral researchers, and research administration staff who’ve already had some exposure to writing grant applications, either through training, mentoring, or personal experience.
An optional overview of the major differences between NSF and NIH applications will be offered at the end of the first day.
Registration is now closed. If you are still interested in attending the workshop, email Alicia Roy.
Attendees will receive a workbook that includes step-by-step best practices for grant writing.
|November 9, 2023|
|9:00am||General Proposal Writing Concepts|
|10:15am||Preparation of the Application: General Concepts|
|11:00am||Preparation of the Application: Specific Aims|
|12:30pm||Day 1 Ends|
|12:45pm||Optional Session: Overview of Major Differences between NSF and NIH Applications|
|1:15pm||Optional Session Ends|
|November 10, 2023|
|9:00am||Preparation of the Application: Research Strategy|
|11:00am||Preparation of the Application: Additional Sections|
|12:30pm||Day 2 Ends|
About the Speaker
Lauren Broyles received her PhD in nursing from the University of Pittsburgh. She also completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Addiction Health Services Research with the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) at the VA’s Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion.
Following her postdoc, she joined that center as a full-time research health scientist, where her research centered on determining the efficacy and implementation of alcohol risk reduction interventions in general medical settings. At that time, Broyles became a faculty member at the University of Pittsburgh with appointments in general internal medicine, clinical and translational science, and nursing. Additionally, at the VA she served as a site director and national coordinating center director for the Advanced Interprofessional Fellowship in Addiction Treatment.
In January 2016, she joined Grant Writers’ Seminars and Workshops full time as an associate member. Broyles has been awarded competitive extramural funding from the National Institutes of Health, the Veterans Health Administration, and various non-federal foundation sources. She has served as a member of federal grant review panels, and as an associate editor for the journal, Substance Abuse.
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