Rhea-Beth Markowitz, PhD
Editorial Assistance with Grant Applications!
Scientific editorial assistance in the preparation of
grant applications is available to all Medical College of
Georgia faculty by Dr. Markowitz on a “first-come, first served” basis.
Dr. Markowitz will review the scientific sections of your grant application for the following:
Dr. Markowitz is an experienced cell and molecular biologist. She has worked for over 10 years with investigators at the Georgia Health Sciences University and elsewhere to improve their grants and manuscript writing. She specializes in assisting biomedical scientists who are not "native" English speakers and has taught scientific writing and grant writing classes at GHSU as well as at Wuhan University and Sichuan University in China. She is a member of the Council of Science Editors and has taught "Editing in the Language of Molecular Biology - Making Sense of the Jargon" for the Council of Science Editors.
How to submit:
Special arrangements can be made with Dr. Markowitz for editing of manuscripts. This will be on a fee-for-service basis and as time permits. Dr. Markowitz will be happy to discuss this with you.
Grant Writing 101 Workshop - Online Tegrity Presentation
This workshop, presented on October 22, 2009 by Dr. Rhea Markowitz, Director of Scientific Editorial Support, focuses on writing the scientific text for an R01 grant in the "new shortened format" that will be instituted by the National Institutes of Health on January 25, 2010. Topics include:
The workshop is directed at both novice and not-so-novice grant writers, in particular, faculty and post-doctoral fellows. Grant front pages and procedures for routing and electronic submission are not covered in this 2-hour presentation.
Helpful booklets for manuscript writing:
How to Write a Manuscript for Submission to a Biomedical ( Basic Science ) Journal.
How to Write a Manuscript for Submission to a Biomedical ( Clinical ) Journal.