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Getting by with a Little Help from Your Friends 

Getting by with a Little Help from Your Friends
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Getting by with a Little Help from Your Friends
Author(s):

Michelle L. Kienholz

and Jeremy M. Berg

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199989645.003.0010
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date: 17 June 2021

The primary goal of this chapter is to explain how, when, and why to communicate with program officers at the NIH, something many investigators do not currently do. We provide etiquette tips to help investigators feel comfortable with the process of engaging NIH program staff and how to make such communication as productive as possible. We also recommend having as many individuals not involved with the research review the proposal (or specific parts) as possible, including hired “grant writers.”

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