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NSF Preproposals – a failed idea at DEB and IOS?

Preproposals came to DEB and IOS about three years ago to solve the problem of too many proposals and too few willing reviewers. They were also thought to solve the problem of too much investigator time wasted on writing unfunded proposals. 986 more words

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What I learned at the National Science Foundation

Here are some things I learned last week at NSF while serving on the Advisory Committee for Biological Sciences. I expect every time I go I’ll learn something new, but in some ways what a beginner learns first can be important. 679 more words


What is NSF's Advisory Committee for the Biological Sciences supposed to do?

When I got asked to be on the Advisory Committee (AC) for the Biological Sciences at NSF, I said yes. I supposed this was an important thing to do. 1,045 more words

Managing An Academic Career

What to wear when you go to the National Science Foundation?

You just got chosen for an NSF panel. You’ve read the proposals, submitted your reviews and are flying into DC tomorrow. But there is one last thing. 437 more words

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Webinar for Grant Seekers--PCORI in Practice: Exploring PCORI’s Methodology Standards | Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute

Both investigators and stakeholder groups interested in partnering to pursue PCORI funding should understand PCORI’s methodology standards. Join PCORI tomorrow (11 – 12:30 MT) for a webinar overview of the standards and how to apply them in your projects. 18 more words

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