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How To Find the Right Mentor for Early-Career Awards

Funding News Edition: June 16, 2021

A mentor makes a long-term commitment to your career as an adviser, advocate, critic, and instructor whose guidance helps your scientific plans, professional development, and advancement.

Apply To Conduct Basic Science Research on Bunyavirales Pathogens

Funding News Edition: June 16, 2021

NIAID aims to develop a range of approaches for studying bunyaviruses using both established and novel technologies, prioritizing vector competence, virology and pathogenesis, and human innate and adaptive responses to infection.

New Formats and Instructions for Other Support and Biographical Sketches

Funding News Edition: June 16, 2021

Use NIH’s new biographical sketch and other support formats and instructions for your applications, preaward submissions, and progress reports. The updated formats and instructions are optional now and will become a requirement on January 25, 2022.

For Faculty—A Chance To Enhance Research in Your “AREA”

Funding News Edition: June 16, 2021

The Academic Research Enhancement Award (AREA) provides funding for small-scale research projects that give undergraduate students an opportunity to gain significant biomedical research experience.

Include Special Populations in Your Human Subjects Research

Funding News Edition: June 16, 2021

Investigators, if you are proposing human subjects research, be sure to follow NIH’s inclusion policies on special populations, i.e., women, minorities, and all ages.

Provide Input on Radiation Exposure and Microbiome for Targeted Therapeutics

Funding News Edition: June 16, 2021

NIAID requests input from the radiation biology and microbiome research communities on the science of the interplay between radiation exposure and the microbiome, with an eye toward targeted therapeutics.

Flatten Your PDF Files for the eRA Commons

Funding News Edition: June 16, 2021

Learn how to flatten your Portable Document Format (PDF) file attachments before you upload them to the eRA Commons. If you upload a PDF that isn’t flat, it may trigger an eRA Commons error message.

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A Refresher on Application Resubmission Strategy

Funding News Edition: June 02, 2021

Should your resubmission (A1) application go unfunded, you can submit a new application (A0), which does not need to be significantly different from the A1 so long as you remove any references to previous reviews from the A0.

Propose a Consortium for HIV/AIDS Vaccine and Cure Research

Funding News Edition: June 02, 2021

NIAID will support a research program built around two integrated areas of scientific focus: identifying the correlates and mechanisms of protection of preventive vaccines and using vaccines or other immune modalities in advancing cure research.

Expand Emerging Science and Technology in Transplantation Through Cooperative Research

Funding News Edition: June 02, 2021

Participate in a cooperative research group focused on applying novel science and technologies to transplantation immunology in three priority areas: microbiota, intravital imaging, and targeted therapeutic delivery.

July Deadline To Apply for Foreign Grant Administrators Training Support

Funding News Edition: June 02, 2021

The initiative supports senior administrators training to serve as institutional grants management leaders by supporting administrative staff in developing and implementing standard operating procedures.

Stream NIH Research Summit on Anti-SARS-CoV-2 Antibodies

Funding News Edition: June 02, 2021

Presenters will summarize current knowledge and lessons learned on clinically relevant anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies for treating or preventing COVID-19 and identify key unanswered scientific questions for clinical development and implementation.

Bridge2AI Program Launches With Funding Opportunities, June Event Series

Funding News Edition: June 02, 2021

The Bridge to Artificial Intelligence (Bridge2AI) program aims to propel biomedical research forward by setting the stage for widespread adoption of artificial intelligence and machine learning to tackle complex biomedical challenges beyond human intuition.

Provide Feedback To Reduce Administrative Burden on Zebrafish Larvae Research

Funding News Edition: June 02, 2021

NIH’s Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare seeks input on how to reduce administrative burden while continuing to apply the PHS Policy on Humane Care and Use of Laboratory Animals to zebrafish immediately after hatching.

Plan To Attend NIH’s Virtual Regional Seminar in November

Funding News Edition: June 02, 2021

NIH will hold its next virtual Regional Seminar on Program Funding and Grants Administration from November 1 to 4, 2021.

Acknowledge NIH Support Appropriately in Research Products

Funding News Edition: June 02, 2021

NIH staff use award citations to evaluate the impact of grant funding on scientific progress over time. Citing an award that didn’t actually contribute to a research project is just as problematic as failing to cite an award when you should have.

“Is CDC part of NIH?”

Funding News Edition: June 02, 2021

Dr. Francis Collins, NIH Director

Extramural Research Overview for Fiscal Year 2020

Funding News Edition: May 19, 2021

NIH’s fiscal year 2020 appropriation totaled $41.6 billion. Of that total, NIH spent $30.8 billion to award 56,169 new and renewed extramural grants to 2,650 U.S. and international organizations.

New FOA “Centers” on HIV Structural Biology

Funding News Edition: May 19, 2021

The opportunity seeks dynamic, multidisciplinary consortia of structural biologists, virologists, and computational scientists to resolve complex biological structures relevant to HIV prevention, treatment, and cure.

Identify Mechanisms Behind Heterogenous Influenza Response by Developing Computational Tools

Funding News Edition: May 19, 2021

Identify mechanisms behind heterogenous seasonal influenza infection responses by developing and applying computational tools; specifically, tools that can integrate molecular, genetic, cellular, patient, or population-level data.

Vaccine Adjuvant Compendium—Resource To View and Submit Adjuvant Metadata

Funding News Edition: May 19, 2021

NIAID’s Division of Allergy, Immunology, and Transplantation and Office of Cyber Infrastructure and Computational Biology launched the Vaccine Adjuvant Compendium to foster collaborations between NIAID-supported adjuvant researchers and the broader scientific community.

Funding for Early-Stage Investigators Doing Exploratory Research on Chemical Countermeasures

Funding News Edition: May 19, 2021

Early-stage investigators can find support for exploratory, applied, proof-of-principle, or high-risk, high-impact research projects to discover safe and effective therapeutics to mitigate toxicities resulting from exposures to highly toxic chemicals.

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