Research Skills

Strengthening research skills, including grant and scholarly writing, is pivotal for faculty. These abilities not only secure funding but also drive transformative advancements in research and practice.

Grant Development Resources


      • UConn School of Medicine Seminars. The following seminars from the UConn School of Medicine Faculty offer advice and tips for publishing.
        • Forming Writing Groups: One Person’s Experience. Anne Kenny, M.D. September 26, 2013. (55:52)
        • A Writing Accountability Group or WAG is an active writing group that meets once a week over a 10-week block and follows a strict agenda. WAGs are focused on the process not the content of writing. For more information in starting or joining a WAG at UConn Health, please contact Jenn Cavallari, ScD, Director of Faculty Development (
      • Getting started with scholarship. Coming soon

        Predatory Publishing

        • Enhance your scholarly discernment by learning to identify and avoid predatory journals. Safeguard your academic contributions by opting for reputable publications with transparent practices, ensuring a genuine and valuable contribution to your profession.

          External Career Development Resources for Research