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This is a program of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Public Health Emergency Medical Countermeasures, and the National Institutes of Health. The program is coordinated by NIAID, with the involvement of the National Cancer Institute.

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NASA Research Announcement NNJ14ZSA001N-RADIATION: Funding for Ground-Based Studies in Space Radiobiology. Full text of the solicitation is available on the NASA Research Opportunities homepage. Step 1 proposals due April 3, 2015.

SBIR/STTR Standard Application Deadlines Have Changed. Next receipt date is still April 5th, 2015. After that, NEW dates begin with the September 5th, 2015 receipt date. THERE WILL NOT BE AN AUGUST 5th, 2015 DUE DATE. Read the NIH Guide notice about the changes.

RFP-15-100-SOL-00004. BARDA Chem and RadNuc Animal Model Development – Presolicitation Notice. Posted December 5, 2014. Full solicitation expected on or about Jan. 20, 2015.

PA-15-065: Radiological/Nuclear Medical Countermeasure Product Development Program (SBIR)(R43/R44). First submission date March 6, 2015

Available upon request: PowerPoint presentation on Grant Writing for Success given at the 60th Radiation Research SIT session on Sept. 20, 2014, by Priti Mehrotra, Ph.D. Chief, Immunology Review Branch, Scientific Review Program, Division of Extramural Activities, NIAID, NIH. If interested in obtaining a PDF copy of the presentation, contact Francesca Macchiarini.

FDABAA-14-00120: Food and Drug Administration Broad Agency Announcement for the Advanced Research and Development of Regulatory Science. Rolling receipt date, until February 2015.

FDA draft guidance (2014), Product Development Under the Animal Rule (PDF)

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Last Updated March 06, 2015