Part 2: Successful Grant Writing (Prof Martin O’Flaherty)

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During this presentation, Prof O’Flaherty provides an overview of the process of writing a successful grant.

He provides ideas and techniques to be able to write grants using a flexible structure to make it easier to understand for collaborators during the writing process and funders at the evaluation stage.

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Last updated: March 14, 2023

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Presenter: Prof Martin O’Flaherty

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