Cross-posted from TheRealAmandaFaye.com. For a while now, I’ve been wanting to write about the congruence between leadership and dog agility. (And no, it’s not just so I can share pics and video of my two awesome canine teammates...Okay, maybe it is a little bit.) Over the years, working with multiple different agility trainers to prepare … Continue reading What I learned about running a business, managing clients, and training employees from my dogs.
An NIH biographical sketch, also know as a biosketch, is essentially a CV or resume in a very specific format following specific guidelines to highlight scientific health-related research. The NIH biosketch is an essential component of an NIH grant application. Understanding how to format a biosketch is key to a successful grant application. Specific Tips … Continue reading Tips for Drafting an NIH Biosketch
In case you didn't know, it's Ethics Awareness Month for the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) and the Grant Professionals Association (GPA). I am a newish member of the GPA Ethics Committee, and I'm really excited to celebrate this month and share about Grant Ethics.
Avoid these 5 major mistakes on your next NIH SBIR grant application. Use these tips in SBIR grant writing.
“What’s the difference?” you might ask. “Isn’t an editor or any writer the same as hiring a grant writer?” Emphatically, the answer is no. A grant writer, or, as we like to be called, grants professional, is not the same as an article writer, blog writer, or editor. Grant writing is a specialized, hybridized skill … Continue reading HOW TO HIRE A GRANT WRITER – A REAL ONE