Are you applying for a NIH "K" grant?
The Grant Mock Review Program provides junior investigators and graduate students, who may have limited or no grant-writing experience, with feedback on proposals intended for submission to NIH K-series, and to that they can reduce time to submission and time to get funded.
How does it work?
- Must have a draft of the mentored career development plan
- Have abstract and research approach prepared in advance
- Meet with Dr. Cecilia Patino-Sutton, Director of Workforce Development, for a consultation to assess your readiness for a mock review by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Submit an abstract 3-5 months prior to NIH deadline
- Submit grant paperwork 4 months prior to NIH deadline
- Proposal will be assigned to two reviewers, 4 weeks to review
- Applicants meet with reviewers 3 months prior to NIH deadline
Get preliminary feedback to:
- Increase grant-writing skills
- Improve scores
- Increase funding for USC & CHLA researchers
- Write effective career development and educational plans
- Plan strong letters of support from mentors and institutions