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2023 PIKO GUMSHOE (Professional Development Core): Lecture Topic “Structure of a Grant, Writing Tips, and Specific Aims”
January 19 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm HST
An event every 2 weeks that begins at 1:00 pm on Thursday, repeating until April 6, 2023
Starting January 19, 2023, the PIKO Professional Development Core will offer the tailored GUMSHOE training in advanced grant writing.
This five-month, online training meets from Jan 19, Feb 2 and 16, Mar 2, 23, April 6, May 5 & 12 from 1-4pm. and includes: from 1-4pm. and includes:
- Assistance improving your specific aims
- At least 6 sessions on NIH grant-writing
- Academic and peer mentorship while writing or revising your proposal
- A mock review of your proposal
Applicants should be ready to apply for an NIH award, e.g., diversity supplement, K award, R03, R21, R01, R15, R16. Investigators who want assistance with resubmitting a proposal that was previously submitted but not funded are especially encouraged to apply. Selection Priority will be given to investigators who focus on the science of Clinical and Translational Research with Native Hawaiians, Other Pacific Islanders, and/or Filipinos in Hawai`i. While investigators across the translational research spectrum are welcomed, investigators focused on T3 (efficacy studies), T4 (effectiveness studies), and T5 (adoption and institutionalization studies) will be prioritized. Under-represented minorities, particularly those of IPP descent, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
•To apply, register and upload these items at GUMSHOE Registration by November 18, 2022.•Your specific aims aims page (1 page, .5” margins, Arial 11), following the “hourglass” approach (next page)•The PD Core is hosting a multi-week workshop in fall 2022 to help you write and refine your specific aims, contact Kathryn Braun (email@example.com) if interested.•Your biosketch•The biosketch and letter of commitment from an academic mentor willing to attend review sessions and help you with your proposal.•Identification of a methods mentor and/or a community mentor, or need for these.•Summary sheet/reviewer comments if proposal was previously submitted but not funded
PIKO stands for the Center for Pacific Innovation, Knowledge, and Opportunities is funded by NIH/NIGMS (#U54GM13806) and based at the John A. Burns School of Medicine, PIKO is a collaboration of the University of Hawai‘i, Hawai‘i Pacific University, and Chaminade University of Honolulu. Drs. Keawe Kaholokula and Neal Palafox are the Principal Investigators.
Registration to be Announced