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Below are NIAID’s guidelines for identifying a new program project application. NIAID staff should use these guidelines to evaluate whether a program project application is sufficiently new when a PI previously submitted unsuccessfully and cannot resubmit.
Staff use this information in conjunction with theDecision Tree For Whether a Resubmission P01 Is a New Application.
NIH announced its policy on this topic in the October 8, 2008, and May 15, 2009, Guide notices.
A new P01 application must be substantially different from a previous application in content and scope. While this determination is ultimately a scientific judgment, here are the general attributes of a significantly changed application:
The following are more specific changes that are required:
The following changes would not be significant enough to qualify an application as new:
Procedures for NIAID Staff
Use the following procedures to determine whether a previously submitted application qualifies as new.
Communications With Applicants
Procedure for Withdrawal
Last Updated July 08, 2011
Last Reviewed September 20, 2012