Katherine Williams can provide technical assistance with writing and research endeavors, including: proofreading and formatting proposals and manuscripts, serving as a liaison with the Office of Sponsored Programs to develop a budget, and uploading proposals through Cayuse. She is also available to search through databases of previously funded research, coordinate team meetings, and support other proposal development activities.
Internal and external expert grant writers are available to assist faculty members with individual and complex, team proposal writing ventures and facilitate the development of collaborations within the university and with external entities in support of the institute's research priorities in the social sciences. If interested, contact Karen Roberto.
ISCE has limited funds available for technical review and professional consultation of proposals by external experts. Interested researchers should email Karen Roberto briefly detailing their project and justifying the request.
Why Social Science?
Bill Riley, Director of NIH's Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research writes about the importance of research into the social determinants of health and illness.
Thomas Ewing's research on the Spanish Flu.