Writing the NIH Grant Proposal A Step-by-Step Guide

ISBN-10: 1412975166
ISBN-13: 9781412975162
Edition: 2nd 2011
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List price: $82.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/3/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 304
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

William Gerin received his BA in Psychology from Stanislaus State College in Turlock, California, in1979, where nbsp;hisnbsp;specialtynbsp;wasnbsp;innbsp;operant andnbsp;classicalnbsp;conditioning avoidancemodels nbsp;in nbsp;animals. nbsp;He nbsp;then became interested nbsp;in studyingthe role of human interactions in emotional regulation and received his PhD in Social Psychology nbsp;from nbsp;Columbia Universitynbsp;in 1984 nbsp;under nbsp;the mentorship of StanleySchachter. nbsp;In1985, nbsp;henbsp;undertook an nbsp;NIH-sponsored postdoctoral fellowship nbsp;in cardiovascular epidemiologynbsp;atnbsp;the CornellUniversity Medical Center, where he studied with ThomasPickering. Hethen went on to Mount Sinai Hospital, and then (back to) Columbia University,until 2007.nbsp; He has now moved his laboratoryto Department of Biobehavioral Health at the Pennsylvania State University, nbsp;where nbsp;he nbsp;Professor of Biobeahvioral Health,and is nbsp;the nbsp;director of the Experimental Cardiovascular Psychophysiology Laboratory. nbsp;His current research areas nbsp;includethe examination of acute biologicalresponses to stress and negative emotionality, including blood pressure, heartrate variability, cortisol, endothelial function, and inflammatorymarkers.nbsp; His other areas of studyinclude the role of emotional regulation inthe development of hypertension andnbsp;coronary heart nbsp;disease; behavioral interventions to improve nbsp;medication adherence nbsp;in culturally nbsp;diverse patient nbsp;populations; health disparities in cardiovascular disease, andnbsp; the role of psychosocialnbsp;factorsnbsp;in cardiovascular disease.nbsp;

The National Institutes of Heath and Biomedical Funding
Mentoring and Collaborative Relationships
Types of Award Mechanisms
Preparation and Preliminary Steps
Writing The Application, Part I
Writing The Application, Part II
Writing The Application, Part III
Submitting the Application
The Grant Review and Award Process
Be Careful What You Wish For...

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