Write Your Grant
Grant Writing Resources
Ortho Research Newsletter
Joan Bechtold, the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery’s Research Director, wrote about grant writing and what grant reviewers look for in the May 2017 Research Newsletter. Read previous newsletters here and sign up for our research newsletter here.
AHC Proposal Preparation Program (P3)
The UMN AHC’s P3 program is a small, highly interactive, peer grant writing group that meets 10 times over the course of four months. It is available for early-career, assistant professor faculty members preparing for their first K- or R-series NIH grant proposal.
National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity
The NCFDD has a three part webinar entitled “Everything You Need to Know About Grant Writing”, as well as other resources for faculty success. All UMN faculty have access to NCFDD through the University’s institutional membership. For more information and to access these resources through the UMN, please click here.
UMN Office of the Vice President for Research
This site from the UMN OVPR has strategic advice, practical tips, and other information to aid in writing different types of proposals.
NIH Guide to Grant Writing
This guide provides information on NIH grant writing and review criteria, as well as budget development information.
General Writing Resources
Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)
The OWL houses free writing resources and instructional material.
Additional grant writing resources can be found through the CTSI research toolkit.
- Ortho Research Toolkit
- Research Committee
- Surgical Specialty Groups
- Project Specific Resources
- Consent Forms
- MFA & SMFA Resources
- Musculoskeletal Research Training Program (T32)
- Ortho Research Newsletter