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Colorized scanning electron micrograph of a cell infected with a variant strain of SARS-CoV-2 virus particles (UK B.1.1.7), isolated from a patient sample.

RCDC Shares Spending Estimates and Disease Burden by Category

Funding News Edition: September 15, 2021

To match projects with relevant categories, NIH's Research, Condition, and Disease Categories (RCDC) uses sophisticated text data mining (categorizing and clustering using words and multiword phrases) and NIH-wide definitions.

Funding for Somatic Gene Cell Editing in Transplantation Research

Funding News Edition: September 15, 2021

Use somatic cell gene editing approaches to improve graft survival and outcomes for recipients of allogenic solid organ, pancreatic islet, or vascularized composite allograft transplants.

MOSAIC Program Funding Opportunities Promote Diversity

Funding News Edition: September 15, 2021

The Maximizing Opportunities for Scientific and Academic Independent Careers (MOSAIC) program supports individual postdoctoral career transition awards and institutionally-focused research education cooperative agreements.

Talk About TABA for Small Business Commercialization

Funding News Edition: September 15, 2021

NIH’s Technical and Business Assistance (TABA) program helps small business awardees identify and address their most pressing product development needs and boost commercialization efforts.

For sIRB Applications, Tell Us You Have a Plan

Funding News Edition: September 15, 2021

For nonexempt human subjects research using a single protocol at multiple U.S. sites, you must identify a single institutional review board (sIRB) of record that will conduct the ethical review of your protocol.

NIH Natural Disaster Policy Applies to Recent Hurricanes

Funding News Edition: September 15, 2021

NIH will consider accepting applications after a submission deadline from investigators whose institutions close due to a natural disaster, such as the recent hurricanes Henri and Ida.

Exclude Pandemic Contingency Plans in Applications

Funding News Edition: September 15, 2021

NIH instructed peer reviewers to “assume that temporary, emergency problems arising from the COVID-19 pandemic will be resolved” and not let possible complications affect overall impact scores.

Refresher on Select Agents Research Policy and Federal Law

Funding News Edition: September 15, 2021

If your research includes a select agent, describe how and where you will use the agent in your application's Research Strategy section, complete the Select Agent Research attachment, and describe biocontainment resources.

Medical Examination of a Clinical Trial Volunteer

Know How To Demonstrate Scientific Progress in Annual Reports

Funding News Edition: September 01, 2021

You need to describe scientific progress in your annual Research Performance Progress Report to demonstrate success and merit, even if the project is still ramping up.

NOSI Focuses on Impacts of Arthropod Feeding on Host Immune Response

Funding News Edition: September 01, 2021

Conduct research to understand the role of arthropod salivary factors during and following blood feeding in establishing vector-borne pathogen infections, as well as facilitating immune-mediated diseases and immune modulation in the vertebrate host.

Be AWARE of New Initiative To Study HIV Prevention in Women

Funding News Edition: September 01, 2021

NIAID will support innovative, flexible, scalable technology-mediated epidemiologic studies focused on identifying vulnerabilities and informing prevention and treatment of HIV in cisgender, transgender, and gender nonconforming women living in the United States.

Propose a Partnership for Tuberculosis Research in Brazil

Funding News Edition: September 01, 2021

Propose research topics involving tuberculosis in the areas of molecular epidemiology, diagnostics, biomarkers, and vaccine development, as well as the impact of co-morbidities such as HIV and diabetes.

Funding Opportunity To Detect and Report HIV-1 Drug Resistance Mutations

Funding News Edition: September 01, 2021

If you have the expertise to develop or optimize next-generation methodologies to detect HIV-1 drug resistance mutations and rapidly disseminate the information, consider applying for research funding.

NIH Announces FORMS-G Transition, Implementation Plans

Funding News Edition: September 01, 2021

This fall and winter, there will be stretches of time in which you can select between the FORMS-F and FORMS-G application form sets within the same FOA. You'll need to choose correctly, as NIH may withdraw an application submitted using the wrong form set.

Organization ID Numbers Set To Change This Winter

Funding News Edition: September 01, 2021

Federal electronic systems will soon transition from using DUN and Bradstreet Data Universal Numbering System identification numbers to new government-owned Unique Entity Identifiers.

Flexibilities for Animal Facility Inspections

Funding News Edition: September 01, 2021

Assured institutions may take advantage of certain flexibilities to reduce administrative burden when conducting semiannual animal facility inspections.

Clearing Up Confusion About NOSIs

Funding News Edition: September 01, 2021

While investigators have gotten acquainted with notices of special interest (NOSIs), it hasn’t been without some areas of confusion. We address and clarify a few of them here.

Transmission electron micrograph of a SARS-CoV-2 virus particle

Recognize What You Need To Change Scope

Funding News Edition: August 18, 2021

You must obtain NIAID’s written prior approval before changing the scope of your research activities. Start by discussing with your program officer your situation and the changes you are considering.

SBIR Contract Solicitation (PHS 2022-1) for Small Businesses

Funding News Edition: August 18, 2021

Small businesses are invited to submit research proposals in response to A Solicitation of NIH and CDC for Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Contract Proposals. The submission deadline is October 28, 2021, at 5 p.m. Eastern Time.

New FOA Seeks To Expand Diversity in Extramural Scientific Workforce

Funding News Edition: August 18, 2021

The funding opportunity announcement (FOA) will support creative educational activities with a primary focus on courses for skills development, research experiences, and mentoring activities.

Understand the Role of DEAD/H-box Helicases in Immune Homeostasis and Activation

Funding News Edition: August 18, 2021

NIAID encourages innovative research to provide foundational knowledge for understanding the role of DEAD/H-box helicases in innate immune sensing, antimicrobial immunity, inflammation, and immune cell homeostasis.

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