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Assessing Spring and Summer Research Activity Levels at NIAID

Funding News Edition: September 16, 2020

The number of research project grant applications submitted to NIAID from March 1 to July 31, 2020, far exceeds the volume of applications received by NIAID over the same period of time in 2017, 2018, and 2019, respectively.

Hurricanes Isaias and Laura, Midwest Derecho, and NIH Natural Disaster Policy

Funding News Edition: September 16, 2020

NIH will consider accepting applications after the submission deadline from investigators whose institutions close due to a natural disaster. Your application's lateness should not exceed the number of days that your institution was officially closed.

Explore Your Field With ClinicalTrials.gov Searches

Funding News Edition: September 16, 2020

ClinicalTrials.gov shares clinical trial registration and result records with the public, so you can search for other investigators’ projects and find a wealth of information.

Exploring Institute Assignment as a Cause of Racial Disparities in NIH Funding

Funding News Edition: September 16, 2020

Review score is not the only factor that determines whether an application will be funded, as NIH institutes and centers vary in the percentage of incoming applications they are able to fund given varied budgets and volumes of incoming applications.

Mentored Career Development Awardees (K01, K08, K23)—Additional Funding Opportunities

Funding News Edition: September 16, 2020

Current career development awardees are eligible to apply for limited competition exploratory and developmental research grants and small research grants.

Support Research on Health Interventions for Native American Populations

Funding News Edition: September 16, 2020

A new opportunity supports research on interventions to improve health in Native American populations; NIAID is most interested in HIV transmission and prevention research.

“Should I include hyperlinks in my application?”

Funding News Edition: September 16, 2020

“Is my application confidential?”

Funding News Edition: September 16, 2020

Research and Education Come Together in Reissued Funding Opportunity

Funding News Edition: September 16, 2020

NIAID's Research Education Program can help you train a workforce to meet biomedical, behavioral, and clinical research as you plan courses for skills development, research experiences, and mentoring activities.

Administrative Supplements for Critical Life Events

Funding News Edition: September 02, 2020

NIH offers administrative supplements to support career development or first-time research project grant awardees hindered by critical life events to sustain their research and maintain progress toward independence.

Avoid Referencing Previous Reviews in New Applications

Funding News Edition: September 02, 2020

When you are submitting a new (A0) application following an unfunded resubmission (A1), keep in mind that the A0 must not reference any previous applications or reviews; otherwise, NIH will withdraw the application without reviewing it.

Discover the Link Between COVID-19 Severity and Women’s Health in Understudied, Underrepresented, and Underreported Populations

Funding News Edition: September 02, 2020

NIH amended a notice of special interest that provides supplements for biomedical research serving women of understudied, underrepresented, and underreported populations to include topics related to SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19.

Eligibility Extended for K22 and K99/R00 Due to COVID-19

Funding News Edition: September 02, 2020

Postdoctoral researchers, you may qualify for a temporary extension to your eligibility for NIAID Career Transition Awards (K22) and NIH or NIAID Pathway to Independence Awards (K99/R00).

NIAID Funding for Mentored Career Development Using Nonhuman Primate Models

Funding News Edition: September 02, 2020

This career development initiative aims to increase the number of highly skilled scientists using nonhuman primate models to address complex translational biomedical research designed to foster translation of outcomes into the clinic.

Take Note of Changes to Notice of Award

Funding News Edition: September 02, 2020

Starting October 1, 2020, the Notice of Award will feature a new standardized first page that captures key award information in an intuitive and digitally accessible format.

Three Contract Opportunities for Statistical and Clinical Coordinating Centers

Funding News Edition: September 02, 2020

If your organization can support a broad range of services critical for designing, developing, executing, and analyzing clinical research, check out three NIAID contract solicitations from our Division of Allergy, Immunology, and Transplantation.

NOSI Details NIAID’s Interest in COVID-19 Clinical Trial Applications

Funding News Edition: September 02, 2020

The intent of our notice of special interest (NOSI) is to augment NIAID-sponsored ongoing and planned clinical trials with investigator-initiated studies to evaluate novel therapeutics and vaccines against SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19.

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Writing a Winning Application—Outline Your Experiments

Funding News Edition: September 02, 2020

The experimental design—the nitty-gritty of what you will actually do—must enable you to achieve the Specific Aims you describe and test your hypothesis. Optimally, your experimental results should be able to prove or disprove your central hypothesis.

Funding Opportunities for Radical Approaches to Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics

Funding News Edition: August 19, 2020

NIH’s Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics Radical (RADx-rad) initiative focuses on new, nontraditional approaches, including rapid detection devices and home-based testing technologies, that address current gaps in COVID-19 testing.

Help OLAW Clarify Vertebrate Animal Research Protocols Through RFIs

Funding News Edition: August 19, 2020

NIH is seeking community feedback on reducing administrative burden concerning vertebrate animal research through a pair of requests for information on animal facility inspections and grant to protocol congruency.

Apply for Funds To Develop Pediatric Radiation Medical Countermeasures, Animal Models, and Biodosimetry Tools

Funding News Edition: August 19, 2020

Radiation and Nuclear Countermeasures Program grant awardees can propose research to advance pediatric medical countermeasures and biodosimetry tool development to mitigate the effects of Acute Radiation Syndrome and Delayed Effects of Acute Radiation Exposure.

Find COVID-19 Award Information Through NIH RePORTER

Funding News Edition: August 19, 2020

Thanks to a new NIH RePORTER filter, you can find data on projects that NIH funds as part of its COVID-19 response. The data include all COVID-related awards funded through both the special COVID-19 appropriations and NIH’s regular appropriations.

COVID-19 NOSI for SBIR/STTR, R03 Applications To Expire—Continue Using Parent FOAs

Funding News Edition: August 19, 2020

If you are planning an application to meet the research objectives of the expiring notice of special interest (NOSI) but cannot submit it before the expiration deadline, submit the application as an investigator-initiated application through a parent funding opportunity announcement.

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