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To enable investigators to resubmit their applications when their initial peer review results are not in the fundable range.
For unfunded applications, an investigator may resubmit an application once within 37 months of the application's original receipt date. The resubmission must address reviewer comments from the original application's summary statement. For details, see Clarification: Time Limit on NIH Resubmission Applications.
Note: new investigators resubmitting R01 applications have at least one month to revise and resubmit for the next review cycle. They receive their summary statements no later than March 10, July 10, or November 10, and instead of following the standard resubmission deadlines, can resubmit by April 10, August 10, or December 10, respectively.
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SF 424 Application Guide for your Grant Application Package (for electronic application)
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Strategy for NIH Funding
Enhancing Peer Review: Clarification of Resubmission Policy and Determination of New Application Status
Last Updated December 20, 2012
Last Reviewed December 20, 2012