Below you'll find a constitutively updated list of useful resources. These include guides for for writing grants, manuscripts, or publication submissions and other various articles of interest to the burgeoning graduate student.
"What the F? An Introduction to the NRSA Fellowship" - NRSA fellowships support the unique training pathway of an individual trainee. Unlike R01s or similar research grants awarded based on scientific merit, fellowship awards value the training plan as much as, if not more than, the scientific merit of a trainee’s research project. Good science needs to be presented, but a thoughtful and intentional training proposal that highlights your plans to engage in educational, professional, and scientific training activities is essential. A commitment from your mentor and institution stating how they will support your training is also required. https://edgeforscholars.org/what-the-f-an-introduction-to-the-nrsa-fellowship/
- "Judging a manuscript by its cover (letter)" - An excellent guide on how to write a good cover letter. https://www.cell.com/matter/fulltext/S2590-2385(21)00286-1