In this webinar, Steve Jax, grants consultant at Hanover Research, will examine the process of resubmitting unfunded proposals for early career faculty. Topics include examining reviewer feedback on unfunded proposals, discussing how to respond to feedback, and what practical next steps faculty can take in the resubmission process.

Learning objectives include 1) understanding the value of a proposal rejection; 2) determining if
a resubmission is appropriate; 3) appreciating how different federal sponsors view proposal resubmissions; and 4) examining key resources for early career faculty navigating the proposal
process, especially with resubmissions.

More about the presenter: 
Steve Jax provides Hanover and its higher education clients with grant reviews and writing support. He has experience in grant writing and proposal review for the National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, Department of Defense, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and many others. Before joining Hanover, Steven served as a research scientist for 14 years at a medical center research institute, working in the field of neurorehabilitation. During this time, he obtained funding from the National Institutes of Health, the Pennsylvania Department of Health, and a private foundation. In addition, he worked with several interdisciplinary teams (including engineers, physical therapists,
neurologists, and computer scientists) to develop funded grants.

About Hanover Research
The University of Rochester Medical Center has partnered with Hanover Research to provide pre-award services to faculty. Hanover provides research development, grant writing, and strategic advising support to faculty at a wide range of colleges and universities. Our professionals deliver customized proposal review, revision, and production support, while also helping to align strategic priorities to funding trends and opportunities at all levels. Hanover’s services are designed to help faculty secure
funding, with support across the lifecycle of the grant-seeking process.

Hosted by the Junior Faculty Biomedical Research Association and the UR CTSI's Rochester Early-Stage Investigator Network. 

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