December 13, 2018: New Living Textbook Chapter: Developing a Compelling Grant Application

A new chapter in the Living Textbook provides expert advice for investigators submitting an application for a pragmatic clinical trial to the NIH. The chapter covers finding the right Program Official and opportunity announcement, writing a strong proposal, addressing review criteria, and award status.

“First and foremost, develop and clearly define a clinical research question with a testable hypothesis and then select an experimental design best suited to answering the research question. The study question drives the research design.” —From Developing a Compelling Grant Application

Dr. Wendy Weber, the Program Officer for the NIH Collaboratory Coordinating Center, and Dr. Marcel Salive, a Program Officer from the National Institute on Aging, contributed to this chapter.

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