The Idaho INBRE Research Mentoring Core has allocated funds to assist Idaho faculty in their endeavors to publish biomedical manuscripts and produce competitive, well-written grant applications. The two opportunities below are available on a limited basis and the deadline for this opportunity is ongoing. Recipients of the funding must acknowledge INBRE in their publication citation: How to cite INBRE.
Please contact Whitney Myers (firstname.lastname@example.org) before submitting an application to inquire about the funding availability for each opportunity.
Dr. Jenny Liou is an experienced scientific writer and editor who can help you to craft clear grant proposals and articles that convey the importance and urgency of your research. In addition to her prior work for INBRE, Jenny has received scientific communication training through NSF programs, and has over a decade of scientific writing and teaching experience. She received a PhD in the literature and philosophy of science from UC Irvine in 2013. Recipients of this funding will receive Dr. Liou’s editing and INBRE will cover the cost for her time to work with you (up to a certain funding level).
INBRE will cover the publication charges (up to $2000) for Idaho faculty who submit biomedical manuscripts to non-predatory journals. At the time of the application, applicants must have an ‘accepted’ manuscript.