Q&A: What elements should I include in my grant application to ensure my project is funded?
Q: "I need to write my first grant application. What are the elements I need to include to ensure that my project is funded?"A: Elaine M. Hull, Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, Florida State University, and the recipient of 20 years of NIH funding, shares these basics tips for writing a proposal: "1) The proposed research should answer an important question, have justification based on previous work and/or pilot data, and have a reasonable end point. Emphasize hypothesis testing, as opposed to a 'fishing expedition.' State how the outcome of the project will relate back to the 'Big Issues'; 2) Present the idea clearly.
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