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1:1 for Large Grants

Benefit from our years of success on multiproject NIH submissions to gain an edge over the competition.

Large-Format Submissions

We draw upon our extensive experience and success on large-format submissions to offer you an edge over the competition.

We provide comprehensive feedback on large-format P and U submissions, which are “written by committee.” Here are some of the most common ways we support a submission:

Identify Red Flags

A skilled outside reader with experience reading Summary Statements can see key areas of the application that reviewers are likely to criticize, and can help you fix the problem.

Make the Project a Synergistic Whole

We can help smooth the seams as you cobble together a document written by many and help make the submission stand out to reviewers and program staff.

Locate Gaps in Logic and Ensure You Are Addressing the NOFO

It can become easy to lose sight of the obvious when you are lost in the details of writing these behemoths, especially on tight deadlines (and when are we not on tight deadlines?).

Align Sections With One Another

For example, is the Overview section consistent with the write-ups for the Admin Core, Research Cores, and Training Core?

NIH Grant Mechanisms

These are mechanisms on which Dr. Bouvier has direct experience:

  • P01 Program Project Grants
  • P20 COBRE
  • P30 Center Core Grant
  • P42 Multiproject Center Grant
  • P50 Specialized Center
  • U01 Cooperative Agreement
  • U18 Research Demonstration Cooperative Agreement
  • U54 Point-Of-Care Technologies Research Network
  • U54 Clinical and Translational Science Awards
  • U58 CDC Sickle Cell Data Collection Program
  • UG1 NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP)
  • UG1 Clinical Research Cooperative Agreement
  • UH2/UH3 Exploratory/Development Cooperative Agreement
  • U2C Resource-Related Research Multi-Component Projects and Centers Cooperative Agreements
  • UM1 Cooperative Agreement
  • T32 Institutional Training Grants
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