Learn the basics of budgeting for research grants at May 7 workshop
The principal investigator (the project director) has primary responsibility for budget planning for a new research proposal. Not only should the budget translate science into numbers, but it should also be reasonable, allocable, allowable and consistently applied.
Join MICHR for an interactive workshop presenting the basics of budgeting for research grants. Learn how to calculate indirect costs, determine calendar months for effort, complete other budget components and write a budget justification.
There will also be discussion about how to monitor expenses after you are awarded and the closeout (FFR) process.
This budgeting workshop is modeled using a NIH budget format and is intended for junior investigators applying for any of MICHR’s awards or putting in a new proposal; however, it is open for all interested.
This event is scheduled for Tuesday, May 7 from 2 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. in North Campus Research Complex Building 300, Room 376.
Register for this free workshop here.