Register until December 11, 2017 !
10/25/2017Course on Non-Coding Genome February 7-14, 2018
10/25/2017Course on Epigenetics March 7-14, 2018
Register now until December 3, 2017!
Grant reviewers often say that many wonderful projects do not get funded because the idea was not communicated clearly enough. Excellent science is not enough for writing a successful grant proposal. To get funded, you also need excellent grantsmanship. So how do you make sure the advantages of your work are understood and appreciated?
In this workshop, you will learn how to:
Exercises in this workshop are based on excerpts from open-access, recently funded grants. They provide examples of best practice and fresh ideas that worked well for other scholars.
Format: instructor-led presentation, active group discussion, small group exercises
Duration: 1.5 days; 9:00-16:00 + 9:00-13:00
Free materials: booklet with case studies, PowerPoint slide show (in PDF).
Language of instruction: English
Practical information: 2 April, 9:00-16:00 & 3 April 9:00-13:00 /Annexes BDD 1 & 2
First come, first served - priority to researchers applying for funding; post-docs, and PhD students in their 3rd year
Julia Staykova (Scriptorium Consulting)