July 30, 2021
What makes an effective grant proposal?
An effective proposal can attract evaluators’ interest with just a short glance. To do so, you need to structure your research story strategically to tell your story effectively to the reviewers. You need to know what the reviewers are looking for, and you need to effectively convince them in your proposal.
This 1-hour English seminar will walk you through the KAKENHI and its evaluation system followed by practical writing tips from a winner of multiple KAKENHI applications.
Most suitable for early stage foreign researchers who have difficulty obtaining effective support and knowhow to KAKENHI application. Non Kyoto University researchers are also welcome. Please apply if you are intending to apply for KAKENHI grant this fall!
*This seminar is held as a part of ASHBi Research Acceleration Seminar Series. If you are interested in other seminars, please check Research Acceleration Programs
*Please check here for seminar slides.
|1)||KAKENHI overview and evaluation system|
Makoto Shida, URA, WPI-ASHBi
|2)||Writing tips for early-stage researchers|
Daniel Packwood, PI/Junior Associate Professor, WPI-iCeMS
Academic Researchers (especially for early stage foreign researchers)
Non Kyoto University researchers are also welcome
Pre-registered participants only
Registration Form (Google Form)
(Deadline: Tuesday, 27 July 2021)
Zoom URL will be sent to registered participants
Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Biology (WPI-ASHBi)
Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences (WPI-iCeMS)
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