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The scientist's guide to writing successful grant applications

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About this eBook Are you thinking about applying for a grant? Is this your first time? Was your grant rejected and you're wondering where you went wrong? Are you questioning whether you are even eligible to apply for funding? Don't know how or when to get started? Are you unsure whether to focus on writing or generating preliminary data? Whether this will be your first grant application or your tenth, this guide is for you. No matter if the grant application deadline is in a month or a year, you will learn valuable tips that are applicable to all types of grants, from research grants to career development awards and more. Get information on everything from finding funding sources in the US and worldwide to best practices for planning, writing, and submitting your application. Also, included is a helpful timeline for the application process in a printable format so you know what to focus on and when, and to help you stay on track. Finally, if your grant isn't funded, you'll find some direction on how to proceed. About the author Mary Truscott specializes in writing content related to academic research and personal accountability. She completed her Ph.D. in Biochemistry at McGill University and has 15+ years of biomedical research experience. Mary has written and edited research operating grants and fellowships in Canada, the US, and Europe, many of which were successfully funded.

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