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By: Howard Eichenbaum

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Chapter 6: Writing a Grant Proposal for the National Institutes of Health: Generalities and Specifics

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Writing a Grant Proposal for the National Institutes of Health: Generalities and Specifics
Writing a grant proposal for the national institutes of health: Generalities and specifics
HowardEichenbaum

I have been successful in obtaining National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants. Indeed, I am proud to hold several at this time. And, I recently had one proposal that received the top score in a particular round of approvals at one NIH institute. But, I have also had many failed grant applications, albeit fewer these days than earlier in my career. Some of those proposals just missed being funded, some received a mediocre score, and some were not scored (“triaged”). In total, perhaps the number of failures is greater than the number of successes.

Let me also acknowledge at the outset ...

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