NIH-CSRGrant Writing Tips Sheets - A compendium of various NIH institute guides and tip sheets, including one titled “Tips for New NIH Grant Applicants” and “A Straightforward Description of What Happens to your Research Project Grant Application After it is Received for Peer Review”
Description of the kinds of research appropriate to each study section
Name and contact information of the Scientific Review
Administrator (SRA) who has overall responsibility for the peer review process
Roster of reviewers for upcoming cycles
Use this site to find the names of study sections in your area of
research. This information is key to your NIH application cover
letter. NIH encourages applicants to contact Scientific Review
Administrators to discuss planned submissions and to be certain
that the proposal is directed to the appropriate review group.
Mimi Zeiger Essentials of Writing Biomedical Research Papers, 2nd edition
. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2000. This is an outstanding how-to book that includes sections about sentence structure, paragraph structure, and each of the components of biomedical research papers (including the introduction, materials and methods, results, discussion, abstract, and title).
Stedman’s Online Medical Dictionary http://stedmans.com
- If you are not sure about the correct spelling or nomenclature for biomedical terms, you may find this a useful resource.