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November 7, 2012

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New Funding Opportunities

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Where's the Beef? More Newsletter to Come on November 14

Does this issue of the Funding Newsletter seem a little light?

Due to Hurricane Sandy, we had to postpone some editorial deadlines. We will have a full issue next Wednesday, November 14, with a feature on RFA funding and more news and advice.

Stay tuned!

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Interim Paylines for Fs and Ks

We posted new interim NIAID Paylines for fellowships and career development awards:

  • F31: 26 overall impact score
  • F32: 20 overall impact score
  • K (except K99): 20 overall impact score

Still no word on our FY 2013 Financial Management Plan. Visit Paylines and Funding for updates.

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Tell Us if Your Research Was Hurt by Hurricane Sandy

If Hurricane Sandy affected your NIH-funded research, please contact your grants management specialist or program officer to let him or her know your status. 

For more details, read When Disaster Strikes on Rock Talk and see NIH’s FAQs on the NIH Extramural Response to Natural Disasters and Other Emergencies

See below for a note about applying late.

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News Briefs

RPPR Is Open for Business. A reminder that for most streamlined noncompeting award process (SNAP) and fellowship awards, you now have two options to submit your interim progress report: eSNAP or the Research Performance Progress Report (RPPR). For more information, read our September 26, 2012, article "The Progress of Progress Reports: RPPR” and go to Know Which Progress Report to Prepare in the Strategy for NIH Funding.

You Have More Time to Respond to NIH’s SBIR Solicitation.  NIH extended the receipt date for its SBIR Program Contract Solicitation.  You may now apply until December 3, 2012.  Get the scoop in the November 2, 2012, Guide notice.

Late Submission OK for Sandy-Related Weather Delays. If you encountered grant application problems due to Hurricane Sandy, you can apply late without penalty. Submit a cover letter noting reasons for the delay. For details, read the October 26, 2012, Guide notice and see the NIH Extramural Response to Natural Disasters and Other Emergencies.

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See other announcements at NIAID Funding Opportunities List.

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Last Updated November 07, 2012

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