Getting Into In-House Research Grants Editing

Did you enjoy this webinar? If so, you may also enjoy my 12-part course, “Editing Academic Research Grants in Canada.” In the order in which they are mentioned, here are the references & resources for this webinar: My column for University Affairs, “Ask Dr. Editor,” has lots of advice on writing effective grant applications. IContinue reading “Getting Into In-House Research Grants Editing”

#AskDrEditor: How to write clear objectives for your research grant proposal

My editing advice column, Ask Dr. Editor, is available through UniversityAffairs.ca. This Ask Dr. Editor piece covers four essential characeristics of clear and effective research objectives for grant proposals: “How to write clear objectives for your research grant proposal: They are the bricks that you’re laying on the path towards your goal.” Have a question you want meContinue reading “#AskDrEditor: How to write clear objectives for your research grant proposal”

#AskDrEditor: The NIH R01 for Canadians: Advice for first-time applicants to the U.S. health funding giant

My editing advice column, Ask Dr. Editor, is available through UniversityAffairs.ca. This Ask Dr. Editor piece provides three must-read tips for Canadian researchers applying to the NIH R01 for the first time: “The NIH R01 for Canadians: Advice for first-time applicants to the U.S. health funding giant.” Have a question you want me to answer? Contact me or ask meContinue reading “#AskDrEditor: The NIH R01 for Canadians: Advice for first-time applicants to the U.S. health funding giant”

#AskDrEditor: Against utility and instrumentalization: Knowledge mobilization for the humanities

My editing advice column, Ask Dr. Editor, is available through UniversityAffairs.ca. This Ask Dr. Editor piece shares three strategies to implement when writing about knowledge mobilization in SSHRC applications, without treating your discipline as utilitarian: “Against utility and instrumentalization: Knowledge mobilization for the humanities.” Have a question you want me to answer? Contact me or ask me on Twitter at @shortishard.

#AskDrEditor: On internal alignment: Objectives, outcomes, outputs, and contributions in CIHR Project grant applications

My editing advice column, Ask Dr. Editor, is available through UniversityAffairs.ca. This Ask Dr. Editor piece discusses how to address the anticipated contributions of your research in your CIHR Project grant application: “On internal alignment: Objectives, outcomes, outputs, and contributions in CIHR Project grant applications.” Have a question you want me to answer? Contact me or ask me on TwitterContinue reading “#AskDrEditor: On internal alignment: Objectives, outcomes, outputs, and contributions in CIHR Project grant applications”