• April 1st, 2016

Symporters

Paper, Order, or Assignment Requirements

This is a research proposal. The topic will be the sodium iodide symporter (NIS).

The Proposal should address the following elements:
Background and Rationale Preliminary work by others (1-2 pgs)
• Research Design and Methods (2-3 pgs)
• Expected outcomes and Future Directions Significance (~ 0.5 pg)

The purpose of the Proposal is to describe the what, why, and how of the proposed project.
• the what is addressed in the Research Plan (Specific Aims) section;
• the why is addressed in the background and rationale section and in some cases in the
preliminary results section;
• the how is addressed in the research design and methods sections.

Again Your Proposal should answer the following questions:
• What do you intend to do?
• Why is this worth doing? How is it innovative/different/new?
• What has already been done in general, and what have other researchers done in this
field? Use appropriate references. What will this new work add to the field?
• What have you done to establish the feasibility of what you are proposing to do?
• How will the research be accomplished? Who? What? When? Where? Why?

This is the guideline for the proposal The Proposal should address the following elements: • Background and Rationale Preliminary work by others (1-2 pgs) • Research Design and Methods (2-3 pgs) • Expected outcomes and Future Directions Significance (~ 0.5 pg) The purpose of the Proposal is to describe the what, why, and how of the proposed project. • the what is addressed in the Research Plan (Specific Aims) section; • the why is addressed in the background and rationale section and in some cases in the preliminary results section; • the how is addressed in the research design and methods sections. Again Your Proposal should answer the following questions: • What do you intend to do? • Why is this worth doing? How is it innovative/different/new? • What has already been done in general, and what have other researchers done in this field? Use appropriate references. What will this new work add to the field? • What have you done to establish the feasibility of what you are proposing to do? • How will the research be accomplished? Who? What? When? Where? Why? Avoid giving the reviewer the opportunity to say things like: • Rationale is weak. • Writing is vague or hard to understand. • Outcomes of the study are uncertain. • Proposal is unfocused. Other things you will be graded on: • Well-written proposal overall • All abbreviations are defined • Proper referencing • Enough background given to rationale the hypothesis • Hypothesis focused on the biological mechanism and testable using proposed experiments • Proposed experiments beyond the class material • Included all relevant controls • The included Figures describe the relevant process (no hand drawn figures) • Included proper figure legends • Describe potential for future experiments/Future perspectives

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