Advanced Course in Grant Writing
In this intensive, four-part course, you'll get hands-on experience in preparing a grant application for the National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Science Foundation (NSF) or other funding institution.
Led by a faculty member with expertise in preparing and submitting grants, this course provides insight into the entire grant preparation process and includes a personalized review of your proposal. Participants are selected through a competitive application process. You’ll leave equipped with a polished grant proposal as a principal investigator.
Applications are currently being accepted for the 2023–2024 workshops. Submit your application by July 1, 2023.
Dates and location
Session I: Sept. 22–23, 2023 | In-person at RSNA headquarters
Session II: Oct. 27–28, 2023 | Virtual
Session III: Jan. 26–27, 2024 | Virtual
Session IV: March 8–9, 2024 | In-person at RSNA headquarters
Applications are currently being accepted for the 2023–2024 workshops. Participants are responsible for air travel and ground transportation to the course site. RSNA will provide hotel accommodations for two nights and meals during each in-person session. There is no separate fee for this course.
Application deadline: July 1, 2023
Participants must be RSNA members at the time of the program.
- Articulate the elements of an effective grant proposal.
- Produce a quality study design, supported by a well-justified budget and a realistic timeline.
- Write a grant proposal for the intended audience in compliance with grant instructions and demonstrate the mechanics and logic of effective expository writing.
- Describe the components and psychology of the grant review process.
The course is open to all subspecialties in radiology, radiation oncology and nuclear medicine. Successful applicants must:
- Have no previous funding as a principal investigator on an NIH- or NSF-funded project.
- Hold an MD or PhD and be a faculty member.
- Have the support of the department chair, including release time to attend the course sessions and time to complete assignments.
- Have a viable research idea that matches current research priorities.
- Have a mentor who is willing to provide written input on the proposal-in-progress.
- Be an RSNA member at the time of the program.
The Society of Interventional Radiology Foundation (SIRF) will provide up to four travel awards for selected interventional radiology participants (sponsored applicants must be SIR members).
Gayle Woloschak, PhD
ACCME Accreditation Statement
The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
CME credit Information
This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM.
Please direct all workshop questions to email@example.com and we will be happy to assist you.