Who He Really Is.....

With advancing age comes the increasing need to stay active both physically and intellectually. The intellectual demands are adequately covered by David's commitment to help others to improve their grant writing skills. To keep active physically, he has recently taken to running 15-20 miles/week and competing in 5K races. His best time in 2010 was 30 minutes, 45 seconds - second place in his age group.

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David C. Morrison, Ph.D.
Co-Founder and Member
Grant Writers' Seminars and Workshops, LLC

Ph.D., Yale (Molecular Biology and Biophysics)

Postdoctoral research fellow National Institutes of Health and Scripps Research Institute.

Faculty Positions (in chronological order):
Scripps Research Institute (supported by NIH Research Career Development Award)

Emory University School of Medicine

University of Kansas Medical Center (Kansas Masons Endowed Chair; Professor and Chairman, Department of Microbiology; Associate Director - Research, Cancer Center)

Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City (Director of Medical Research), and University of Missouri Kansas City School of Medicine (Sosland Endowed Chair and Professor)

Dr. David Morrison receives first ever Faculty Service Award from the Mayo Center for Translational Sciences Activities.

This award was presented to Dr. Morrison at a recent
dinner in his honor, by Dr. Charles Huskins, Associate Director for Educational Resources in the Mayo Center for Translational Science Activities.
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David C. Morrison

Continuously funded since the early 1970s by NIH (including a ten-year MERIT award), foundations, and industry.

Member of multiple national review panels and advisory groups; recipient of awards for teaching excellence and innovation.
2008 Grant Writers' Seminars & Workshops LLC.