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To provide grant funding to at least two related research projects.
You may apply for a multiproject grant in one the following two ways:
P01 grants support multidisciplinary, long-term research programs headed by an investigator who brings in a group of other investigators to support the project and share resources. This is the only option that allows investigator-initiated applications—go to the NIAID Investigator-Initiated Program Project Applications (P01) FOA.
P30 center core grants that support shared resources and facilities for a multidisciplinary research team or group of investigators focusing on a common research topic.
P50 grants are research center grants where a multidisciplinary group of investigators share a common research topic. They are solicited through RFAs.
U19 grants are cooperative agreements, requiring substantial involvement from agency staff. See NIAID's Cooperative Agreements Staff Portal.
Please note that NIH's big grant policy applies to multiproject applications, as described below.
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Last Updated May 29, 2013
Last Reviewed May 29, 2013