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I wonder if there is anyone out_there working for an academic medical
institution (such as a medical school or teaching hospital) as a grants
writer or editor.
I am interested in the how the submission process and editing process
are integrated into the institution's processes and procedures. I
certainly can translate: How do you effectively edit/write a medical
research grant and have it prepared for submission in light of the
BUREAUCRACY (I beg the pardon of Research Administrators)?
I do have other questions.....
Research Programs Coordinator
Eastern Virginia Medical School