NIH Renewals and Resubmissions
Renewing an R01 requires consideration of many details, such as productivity, projected budget, and research trajectory. This webinar will walk you through understanding the decision processes and techniques to write a competitive renewal, including decision trees, writing the Progress Report, and other elements of NIH Type 2 submissions.
Because most proposals are more likely to succeed on resubmission than initial submission, this webinar discusses how to respond to reviews and how to decide whether to resubmit a declined R01. The webinar will also cover techniques for identifying key reviewer comments and crafting effective responses, as well as strategies for connecting proposal elements to tell your story in a cohesive way.
Faculty members working on a proposal renewal or resubmission are encouraged to attend.
This virtual workshop is presented by Dr. M.S. (Peg) AtKisson and Dr. Amanda Welch of AtKisson Training Group. Attendees will receive a workbook to compliment and extend the webinar. The cost of the digital workbook is $50, with payment due before January 8, 2024. Registration and payment information coming soon.
- Four-hour virtual session with breaks every hour
- Combined lecture format and hands-on activities
- Understanding of the decision processes and techniques to write a competitive renewal
- Ability to connect proposal elements to tell your story in a cohesive way
- The decision processes for determining whether to resubmit a declined R01
- Techniques for identifying key reviewer comments and crafting effective responses
M.S. (Peg) AtKisson, PhD, trained in neuroscience, but in 2001 made her science grant proposals and research development. She started the research development group at Tufts University, working on large, multi-investigator proposals. After eight years with Grant Writers' Seminars and Workshops, she left in 2017 to found ATG to create new approaches to grantsmanship training and developing integrated and holistic support for faculty research and leadership development. She still considers herself a neuroscientist first, and she still writes grant proposals..
She created AtKisson Training Group in 2017 to expand support for faculty research development beyond grant writing. To support this work, she has trained in executive and team coaching, including the complete set of courses for CTI's Co-Active Coaching and for CRR Global's Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching. In 2021, she was accepted into the Conscious Leadership Guild. She established the LEADin3 team, developing and delivering in depth leadership training tailored for the academy. Dr. AtKisson is a highly acclaimed public speaker with a track record of helping faculty improve their competitiveness for funding and develop their leadership skills.
Amanda Welch earned a PhD in biochemistry from the University of Florida and did her postdoc in molecular physiology at the North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System. She combines her passion for science and writing to assist researchers in clearly communicating their scholarly work. At ATG, Amanda serves as the lead consultant for individual proposal development and is a key editor for complex proposal development.