Infographic: How to Write a Grant Application

July 20, 2017 Allan Hackshaw

If you’re a researcher, chances are you’ll have to write a grant application at some point. This can be a really daunting process; after all, your research might depend on it. Competition for funding is increasing all the time, so how can you make sure that your application stands out? This infographic, based on a previous blog post, offers some helpful advice.

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What advice would you add to the above on applying for grant applications? Let us know in the comments below.

About the Author

Allan Hackshaw

Professor, University College London // Allan Hackshaw has more than 23 years' experience in clinical research and academic teaching. He has worked in a variety of disciplines (prevention, detection, treatment and laboratory experiments) on a range of medical disorders. He has been key investigator on successful grant applications with a total funding of more than £55 million; and has been a reviewer for or a member of committees from several funding organizations.

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