National Research Mentoring Network is accepting applications for individuals wanting coaching on effective writing techniques. Programs are free and feature travel compensation.
The National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN) is a nationwide consortium of biomedical professionals and institutions collaborating to provide all trainees across the biomedical, behavioral, clinical and social sciences with evidence-based mentorship and professional development programming.
NRMN links highly knowledgeable and skilled mentors from various disciplines with talented, motivated and diverse mentees from the undergraduate to early career faculty level. NRMN employs and disseminates innovative best practices for mentorship training, unique opportunities for networking and professional development intended to facilitate the attainment of hallmarks of successful research career progression for mentees at each career stage.
Current programs accepting applicants:
R01 Resubmissions: Researchers who have submitted R01 or equivalent proposals and are planning for resubmissions in July 2017
Proposal Preparation: Researchers who are ready to write at program start, preparing a new or resubmitting a revised NIH K- or R-series proposal with an NIH deadline of January-March 2018
Grant Writing Coaching for Postdocs and Junior Faculty Actively Writing NIH-style Proposals: Postdoctoral fellows & Junior faculty who are preparing new or resubmission of a NIH F32, K- or R-series proposal
Steps Towards Academic Research: Postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty with minimal or no grant writing experience and a sincere interest in establishing a research career and can commit to a year-long training program