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Strategy for NIH Funding
Navigation for the Strategy for NIH Funding. Link to Part 1. Qualify for NIH Funding. Link to Part 2. Pick and Design a Project. Link to Part 3. Write Your Application. Link to Part 4. Submit Your Application. Link to Part 5. Assignment and Review. Link to Part 6. If Not Funded. Link to Part 7. Funding.

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Part 7. Funding

This part covers several aspects of funding, which include how we make funding decisions, what to expect when getting a grant, how to manage your award, and how you can increase your chances of staying funded and avoid a break in funding.

As part of staying funded, we give you information and advice about preparing a renewal application.

Here you can also read about how NIH calculates percentiles for R01 applications and how we set paylines. If your application misses the payline, go to Part 6. If Not Funded.

Note: foreign grantees and investigators should use our Grants Policy and Management Training for Foreign Investigators for information on negotiating and managing their grants.

Pages for Part 7

For a more detailed view of the structure, see Part 7 in the Table of Contents for the Strategy.

Strategy for NIH Funding
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Table of Contents for the Strategy

We welcome your comments, questions, or suggestions. Email deaweb@niaid.nih.gov.

Last Updated October 26, 2011

Last Reviewed September 30, 2011