Grant Writing and Scientific Presentation Skills I
2023 - 2024
Thursday, 8:30 - 10:20am
Considers the principles of successful clinical research strategies and the requirements of funding agencies. Identifies a defined research project together with a suitable team of mentors and collaborators. Develops a written research proposal in the format of a grant application which integrates the scientific principles of the GTPCI curriculum.
Learning ObjectivesUpon successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
- Generate and present valid research questions that address topics of public health importance
- Develop a research proposal that includes specific aims and hypotheses, significance of the research questions, their innovation, a scientific approach to addressing these questions, and their public health implications
- Frame a scientific hypothesis and design and critically assess an epidemiologic study that addresses the hypothesis
- Reflect on the fundamental ethical principles that govern biomedical research and judge whether research proposals adhere to these principles
- Review grant applications to assess content, significance, study design and appropriate analysis plan
Methods of Assessment
This course is evaluated as follows:
- 100% written grant application and associated materials
Final grade applies to all terms
Must be GTPCI students
Grade for 390.721 and 722 given at completion of 390.722.