Thinking Like a Reviewer: Strategies to Improve Grant Success
Panel Discussion Rigor and Reproducibility in NIH Grants
- Rigor and Reproducibility in NIH Grants, Panel Discussion (Recording)
- Advice on Rigor and Reproducibility, Deborah J. Frank (PDF file)
During the panel discussion, Dr. Frank and Dr. Blaumueller were joined by:
- Sue C Bodine, PhD: Professor of Internal Medicine–Endocrinology and Metabolism
- Kevin Legge, PhD: Professor of Pathology, Director of Department of Pathology Flow Cytometry Facility, Director, Immunology Graduate Program
A few details about Dr. Frank:
- She created a Scientific Editing Service at the Wash U Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2012, after earning a Ph.D. in Molecular and Cellular Biology from the University of Washington/Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and doing post-doctoral work in the Wash U Biology Department.
- Since 2011, she has run summer writing programs for the Amgen Scholars Program and the BP-ENDURE Neuroscience Pipeline for undergraduates.
- She has presented lectures, including “Thinking Like a Reviewer” and “Scientific Writing Tips” internationally (including in Ghana).
- She has published an article on manuscript writing in Current Protocols.
- She is co-founder of a national group of editors known as the Scientific Editors Network (ScENe), for which she initiated and runs monthly conference calls during which strategies and advice for editing/writing various types of scientific documents are shared.
- She advises the Wash U group InPrint – A Scientific Editing Network, a trainee-run scientific editing network and resource that provides free, confidential editing of scientific communications to the Washington University community.