Obtaining funding is an essential building block of successful research and often a prerequisite for advancing in a career in academia, yet it is also highly competitive. While your track record and the quality of your research plan are important, other factors increasingly determine the success of your grant proposal. In this highly interactive course, you will be introduced to the Grant Model Canvas: a conceptional, integrated framework for applying for funding. In a step-by-step approach, you will build and strengthen your research plan in light of stakeholders and available resources. It will also help you consider non-scientific aspects of your research, such as impact, dissemination and budget. By applying the Grant Model Canvas, you will have a blueprint that will significantly improve your grant writing and increase your chances of successfully obtaining funding for your planned research.
Participants in this course will learn and apply a conceptual, integrated framework for applying for funding; build and strengthen their research plan in light of stakeholders and available resources; create a blueprint that will increase the fundability of their next grant proposal.
Monday, March 1, 2021 10:00-13:30
Monday, March 8, 2021 10:00-13:30
Monday, March 15, 2021 10:00-13:30
About the Instructor
HFP Consulting is a company that provides professional development training exclusively to scientists and scholars. We have developed and established professional development workshops for scientists at leading organizations in Europe (e.g. MRC and NBI in UK, EMBO, BRIC and NNF centres in Copenhagen, VBC and IST in Vienna, BIST and PRBB in Barcelona), Middle East (e.g. Weizmann, Technion, Tel Aviv University, Azrieli Foundation), USA (e.g. Johns Hopkins University, Harvard Medical School, MIT, Princeton, Cornell), Africa and Japan. These organizations run some of the most successful training programmes for scientists and we are proud to have pioneered these with them and that we keep being involved in these programmes on a continuous basis. Our experience in selectively working with scientists worldwide was highlighted in an article in Nature on Leadership in Science (https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-018-05156-3). For more information please visit www.hfpconsulting.com or follow us LinkedIn and Twitter @hfpconsulting.
Early Career Faculty
Monday, March 1, 2021
Heavy (10.5 hours)
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