Early Career Investigators
NIH Matchmaker tool to find the relevant Program Officers. In the link, the tool allows you to enter abstracts or other scientific text to find potential Program Officials, IC’s, and review panels for your research.
Top tips for Early Career Research Grant applications top tips for early career research grant applications based on the applicant’s educational and career paths as well as previous NIH funding history.
NIH Early Career Reviewer (ECR) Program this program aims to help early career scientists become more competitive as grant applicants through first-hand experience with peer review and to diversity the Center for Science Review’s pool of trained reviewers.
A New/Early Stage Investigator’s Guide: Tools and Tips for NIH Funding and Advancing your Science
What Every Early Career Researcher Should Know: Top 3 Tips for Getting Published “Let’s face it. Being an early career researcher is tough. From the hypothesis forming stage to getting your research published – everything always seems to be shrouded in uncertainty and roadblocks.”
20 Tips for the Three(!) Careers of the Early Career Researcher “It’s not easy being an early career researcher! Establishing your professional identity, developing your independence as a researcher, teaching, competing for grants…”
Application Advice for Research Career Development (K) Awards “The research career development award category is broad and special rules may apply for your award. Before jumping in to write your application, be sure to do the following…”
Advice for Junior Faculty Regarding Academic Promotion: What Not to Worry About, and What to Worry About “…The process may often be stressful for some junior faculty, mostly due to some uncertainty about how to optimize their chances of successful promotion. In this paper, we summarize some strategies that would enhance their chances of a smooth promotion based on experiences from junior faculty and senior faculty who have served on tenure and promotion committees…”