Writing CIHR Proposals – Prerecorded Workshop
December 22, 2020 @ 5:00 pm
This prerecorded workshop is taught by Dr. Peter Sabatini
This workshop will review specific writing features of successful scientific proposals. The writing exercises discussed will use the CIHR trainee funding awards as a framework; however, the concepts discussed can be applied to all proposal writing assignments. The workshop will bring to light common errors that lead to ineffective and confusing proposals. Using examples of winning research summaries, we will deconstruct the elements that create intuitive, clear and concise research proposals.
This workshop is prerecorded. The date and timing of this workshop is arbitrary to allow us to add this event to our calendar and registration system. Please ignore the timing as the workshop is currently available to view at any time.
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