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NIAID International Awards

Use this portal if you are an international investigator who is seeking funding or is funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, which is part of the U.S. National Institutes of Health.

Learn how to manage a grant award through these resources:

See more tools for grantees:

If you are at the application stage, find writing and other advice in our All About Grants tutorials.

Get advice from NIAID staff.

  • Communicating With NIAID—How to Get Help. Talk to a program officer to learn about grant types and opportunities.
    • Foreign applicants are eligible for most grant types except for training grants, fellowships, and career development awards (excluding the K99/R00).
    • Also get advice about whether your area of science fits NIAID's mission.
  • For information specific to international awards, see the Office of Research Training and Special Programs contact on the right.

Begin planning, then pick an opportunity.

Choose a topic or prepare and submit your application using the Application portal.

Are you a new or early-stage investigator? Go to our New and Early-Stage Investigators portal.

Understand peer review. Visit the NIAID Peer Review portal.

Learn about funding decisions. See the NIAID Paylines and Funding portal.

Find more NIAID grant portals. Go to our other Grants portals by stage, audience, and science area.

Find more multilingual resources outside NIAID.


Office of Research Training and Special Programs Contact

Name Dr. Paula Strickland, Director
If your email is not in English, allow time for translation.
Phone +1 240 669 7610
Please speak English when calling.

BG 5601FL, Room 4F31
5601 Fishers Lane, MSC 9824
Rockville MD, 20892-9824, USA

For science questions, talk to a program officer. See Communicating With NIAID—How to Get Help.

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Last Updated December 23, 2014

Last Reviewed October 31, 2014