Each month we offer one- to two- hour sessions focused on specific topics related to research development. Topic might include finding funding, mentoring, proposal development and broader impacts. Attendees also will be introduced to program officers at various national funding agencies and will be provided with strategies to approach and build the relationships that are vital to success.

Unless otherwise indicated, our workshops are open to all faculty, students and staff. 

Upcoming workshops

Supporting Faculty Grant Writing Success

Breakfast Event
Registration limited to associate deans for research and department chairs

August 18, 2022, 9 - 10:30 AM
Roy Blunt NextGen Precision Health Building, Atkins Seminar Room
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MU’s Division of Research Innovation & Impact and the School of Medicine invite you to this event focused on supporting the work of associate deans for research and department chairs.

Join us for breakfast and a discussion about strategies for supporting faculty pursuing external funding featuring Craig Rush, PhD, Professor of Behavioral Science at the University of Kentucky.

Dr. Rush has over twenty years of success with National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding, has served as principal investigator on nearly 30 grants and currently directs a National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) institutional training grant entitled Research Training in Drug Abuse Behavior (5T32 DA035200) as well as the National Research Service Award (NRSA) Training Core: Kentucky Center for Clinical and Translational Science (TR001997).

 

Top 10 Things You Must Do to be Competitive for an R-Level Grant

with Craig Rush, PhD, Professor of Behavioral Science, University of Kentucky College of Medicine

August 18, 2022, 2:00 - 4:00 PM
Stotler Lounge III, Memorial Union North
or join virtually (Zoom link will be send upon registration)
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National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding is extraordinarily competitive. The first 1.5 hours of this workshop will be devoted to general grant-writing topics, such as developing an idea, preparing a strategy for proposal generation and identifying funding sources. A 30-minute question-and-answer period will follow. Although our focus is on NIH applications, the information will apply to other federal and private-sector funders, including the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Department of Defense, Food and Drug Administration and the pharmaceutical industry.

Dr. Rush has over 20 years of success with NIH funding and has served as the principal investigator on nearly 30 grants.  He currently directs a National Institute on Drug Abuse institutional training grant titled "Research Training in Drug Abuse Behavior" (5T32 DA035200) as well as an NIH National Research Service Award.

 

Self-paced learning workshop archive

When possible, our previous workshops have been recorded. Sessions and additional resources are available for self-paced learning.

Contact Us

310 Jesse Hall
Email: muresearchprodev@missouri.edu Phone: 573-882-9500