Date posted: August 30, 2011

Faculty and Research : Writing a grant proposal, writing tips and application forms ? NIH, NSF, Natural Cancer Institute, National Institute of Infectious diseases?

Grants   information collection ? Proposal writing : Internet resources Non-governmental, Research, Federal and other sites

Grants and grant writing ? articles

Grant Source Library : Grant writing help ? Links to many online writing guides and tutorials

Writing guides ? Quantitative and qualitative research

Writing tips

A site devoted to providing free resources for both advanced grant writing consultants and inexperienced nonprofit staff

Funding and proposal writing for Social Sciences, Faculty and Graduate student research

Global access to Indian research (article)

Guide for writing a proposal

Links to proposal writing resources

Selected Proposal writing websites ? Proposal writing manuals, guides, writing workshops, bibliographies of books, resources on proposal writing and writing aids

Grant resources, researching and identifying grant making organizations

Writing a good grant proposal

Proposal writing ppt

Proposal writing and research development: Proposal development tasks, helpful agencies, resources and useful sites

Guide for writing a proposal

Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals: Writing and Editing for Biomedical Publication

A Scrutiny of the Abstract, by Kenneth K. Landes

How to Grade a Dissertation

A Structured Approach to Medical Literature Searching

Lectures on Biomedical Ethics

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