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To find success rate data, go to Success Rates on NIH's RePORT.
See our Support by Career Stage—Ph.D. Track and Support by Career Stage—M.D. Track.
See What programs does NIAID support for minority students and investigators and others with special needs? in our Special Populations questions and answers.
No. You may want to look for opportunities on Finding Foundations and Other Funding Sources or contact AITrainingHelpDesk@niaid.nih.gov for additional advice.
Predoctoral fellows and trainees do not incur a payback obligation. Postdoctoral fellows and trainees incur a payback obligation for the first 12 months of NRSA support, which may be paid back with an additional 12 months of NRSA post-doctoral support. See Fellowship Grants (F).
Yes. Except for the NIH Pathway to Independence Award (Parent K99/R00), you must be a U.S. citizen, non-citizen national, or have permanent residency status (an Alien Registration Receipt Card, Form I-551) at time of award or appointment. People on temporary or student visas are not eligible.
For more information on the K99/R00, read our Pathway to Independence Awards (K99/R00) SOP.
No. Training grants are awarded to eligible institutions that pay stipends and benefits to candidates selected for pre- and postdoctoral research training by the training grant program director and a selection committee.
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Last Updated February 28, 2013
Last Reviewed February 28, 2013