Tailoring Your Application: Grant Writing for Catalyze Product Definition Funding Opportunities

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Presenters: Diana Severynse-Stevens, Ph.D., Kristin Goltry, Ph.D., and Manoj Valiyaveettil, Ph.D.

Would you benefit from expert tips on identifying which Catalyze funding mechanism is right for the advancement of your technology and how to best showcase its potential in your application? If so, please join us for a webinar focused on helping applicants identify which of the Catalyze funding mechanisms is the best fit for their technology and learning from experts on how to write a compelling grant application.

The webinar will begin with an overview of the grant funding mechanisms available through Catalyze Product Definition presented by Dr. Diana Severynse-Stevens, the Principal Investigator of the Catalyze Coordinating Center. This description will guide investigators to a better understanding of their project's fit and readiness for the program, as well as the most appropriate funding opportunity to support their project's development needs.

Presenters Dr. Kristen Goltry and Dr. Manoj Valiyaveettil are Scientific Review Officers (SROs) within the Office of Scientific Review at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). As SROs for the Catalyze Product Definition Program, Kristin and Manoj have extensive knowledge of the Catalyze award mechanisms, assessing application completeness, and overseeing the review process. In this webinar, Drs. Goltry and Valiyaveettil will provide attendees with information and tips for submitting their best Catalyze grant application possible, including what reviewers are looking for, how Catalyze grants differ from other NIH grant mechanisms such as R01 research project grants, as well as common mistakes made in Catalyze applications (and how to avoid them).

This presentation is developed for applicants intending to apply or re-apply to Catalyze Product Definition grant funding opportunities. The next receipt date for Catalyze applications is July 21st, 2023.

Webinar presented on July 11, 2023 to an invited audience.

This video is provided for educational purposes only.

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This research was, in part, funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Agreement OT2 HL157844-01. The views and conclusions contained in this document are those of the authors and should not be interpreted as representing the official policies, either expressed or implied, of the NIH.