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Grant Application Mentoring

The Dos and Don'ts of Grant Writing

Monday, November 8 | 6-8 PM CST
Vitual via Zoom
Moderator: Summer Hanson, MD, PhD, Vice-Chair, Researcher Education Subcommittee

This year's program will offer insights from experts in plastic surgery research via an informal Q&A format. Topics will include grant writing tips and tricks, writing strong, specific aims and how to continue to generate ideas and future funding.

The following panels will be presented:

  • Basic Science
  • Clinical
  • Focusing Your Specific Aims
  • Staying Funded

Please click the button below and complete the application to officially register for the program. A Zoom link will be sent in advance of the meeting to all who are registered.

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Faculty

Basic Science

  • Alex Wong, MD
  • Alison Snyder Warwick, MD
  • Sam Poore, MD, PhD

Clinical

  • Erika Sears, MD, MS
  • Terence Myckatyn, MD
  • Evan Matros, MD, MPH

Focus Your Specific Aims

  • David Brown, MD, PhD
  • Jennifer Waljee, MD, MPH, MS

Staying Funded

  • Benjamin Levi, MD
  • Amy Moore, MD
  • Howard Levinson, MD

Each year, through The PSF Grant Application Mentoring Session, The PSF offers an opportunity for investigators to meet with experienced grant reviewers and leaders in plastic surgery research to get feedback on their research proposals.

For those who are seeking grant feedback on grant applications reviews, please visit the link below so we can begin planning for your participation in the Fall 2021 program, to take place virtually on Monday, November 8, 2021, at 6 PM CST.

Mentoring Application

Keep in mind our reviewers are happy to review and provide feedback on new or previously submitted PSF grant application(s) or new application(s) for upcoming grant cycles – either to the PSF or other funding organizations.

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