Jun 14 2012 Published by proflikesubstance under [Et Al]
This trends a little closer to pop than I normally go, but I like this under-produced version, compared to the studio version. Even if it means losing a little of the distinctive guitar riff. Sometimes less is more.
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In that post you said things that I wished I knew back then, and got started off with inclination to NIH than NSF. However, better late than never. So, I thought of asking if you could summarize what you learned (you said ...just having to figure out what the difference between an R01, R15 and R21 was just to follow the conversations going on around the sciencebloggy parts) in a post or 2 about the differences of NIH R15 and R21 and RO1.
I would also appreciate if you could point me to a site where one can find the abstracts of funded proposals under different mechanisms of NIH uch R15 , R21 etc. I found http://www.researchgrantdatabase.com is not very helpful in deciphering the type of grant.
sr - You can find what you need here (http://report.nih.gov/) and here (http://grants.nih.gov/grants/funding/submissionschedule.htm)
Thanks a bunch. It helped.
I am sure it is out there either on your blog or drugmonkey, but just thought of seeking your view on as to how many supporting letters from the potential collaborators do you think would be good to include.
I got into this today. I think it varies dramatically depending on the agency and what you are proposing.
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