Online course for researchers seeking and applying for grant funding. Successful Grant Writing Strategies (SGWS) - Online
At a glance
Opportunity for
  • Researchers seeking to gain an initial overview of grant writing including how to prepare, manage, and write successful grant applications.
Eligibility
  • Doctorate or master-level degree, or be actively involved with the grant-writing process.
  • Participants are expected to have a central hypothesis or objective for their future grant application so that they can use the course to begin preparing for submission within the next two years.
Cost
  • CTSA member: No fee
  • Non-CTSA member: Fee to be determined
Resources
Session dates
  • To Be Determined

Successful Grant Writing Strategies (SGWS) is an online course designed to provide an overview of the requisite skills and comprehensive considerations needed to give participants an in-depth introduction to the grant writing process. Participants in this course will learn grant writing strategies firsthand from researchers who have successfully applied for funding from a variety of sources. The online course will cover:

  • the preliminary criteria being considered to apply for grant funding
  • the components of a grant
  • understanding the grant application process
  • creating a clear and concise grant proposal
  • understanding the peer review process

A note for CTSA members: Harvard Catalyst's Postgraduate Education Program offers first priority to applicants who are current students, faculty, or employees of Harvard University, its ten schools, or its seventeen academic healthcare centers, or students at Boston College School of Nursing or Harvard Pilgrim Health Care. A complete list of participating institutions can be found on the About Harvard Catalyst page. External applicants are accepted for a fee when space is available. For additional details, please email us.

The Harvard Catalyst Education Program is accredited by the Massachusetts Medical Society to provide continuing medical education for physicians.