The Division of Research and Innovation created the Research Academy to enhance the UAMS research community, create innovative/sustainable care models, transformative medical breakthroughs and elevate UAMS research excellence overall. This aligns with the UAMS Vision 2029 mission to make Arkansas the healthiest state in the region.
To facilitate information exchange and further research success for investigators of all levels, training/seminars are offered on a variety of topics. Click link above for schedule.
Mentored Grant Writing Program
Research and Innovation partnered with the Translational Research Institute to launch a Mentored Grant-Writing Program for Research Academy Scholars. This initiative expands research success via a structured grant-writing program with dedicated expert mentors. If you are interested in applying for the 2022 class, See the application details.
The College of Health Professions and the UAMS Faculty Center developed important examples/guides for successful grant writing.
Online Examples of Funded and Non-funded grants for training purposes
For more information, contact Andrea McBryde.
- Discovering UAMS Library Resources – Look no further, the Library has tons of customized research services and resources.
- Health Literacy and Plain Language tips for Research Teams
- R01 Countdown: Tools for Writing Concise and Compelling Grants
- Best Practices for Contacting your Program Officer
- Become a Successful Researcher at Every Stage of your Career
- Not sure how to steer your future professional course? Wondering what your first extramural grant should be? Your second?
- Check out this free HHMI resource – Making the Right Moves: A Practical Guide to Scientific Management for Postdocs and New Faculty
Tooting Your Own Horn!
Want to learn how to share your research and its importance with non-scientists? (Hint: methods/depth of detail are different!)
The Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science empowers scientists/health professionals to describe complex topics in clear, vivid, and engaging ways for better understanding by those outside their discipline (e.g., public, media, patients, elected officials). See The Alda Method