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NIAID Sometimes Funds Applications as the Secondary Institute

Funding News Edition: December 15, 2021

When an application spans multiple institutes' research priorities, NIH's Center for Scientific Review designates one institute as primary and the other(s) as secondary.

NIAID researcher reaching for cell cultures in a CO2 incubator

Advance the Molecular and Genetic Characterization of Inborn Errors of Immunity

Funding News Edition: December 15, 2021

Help advance the experimental validation and functional characterization of genetic variants in genomic regions that result in inborn errors of immunity/primary immunodeficiency diseases.

Apply for Research Funds To Accelerate Progress of Celiac Disease Research

Funding News Edition: December 15, 2021

NIAID will support research projects on celiac disease pathogenesis, including pathways of disease and tissue destruction, and the cause of intolerance to a component of food.

Funding To Coordinate International TB and TB/HIV Research

Funding News Edition: December 15, 2021

Coordinate and accelerate tuberculosis (TB) and TB/HIV research across all of the RePORT national networks and foster a synergistic approach among them. 

Be Aware of CDC’s Interim Final Rule on SARS-CoV/SARS-CoV-2 Chimeras

Funding News Edition: December 15, 2021

CDC added the following to the list of HHS select agents: SARS-CoV/SARS-CoV-2 chimeras in which SARS-CoV (already a select agent) virulence factors have been inserted into SARS-CoV-2 (not a select agent).

Dive Into the 2021 NIH Virtual Seminar Archive

Funding News Edition: December 15, 2021

You can access videos, slide sets, and transcripts from dozens of seminar session presentations from the 2021 NIH Virtual Seminar on Program Funding and Grants Administration.

Contacting a Grants Management Specialist—For What and How?

Funding News Edition: December 15, 2021

As an applicant or a funded investigator, there’s a good chance you’ll need guidance on administrative or fiscal issues related to your grant or award. Whom should you call for help?

Don’t Be Fazed by Phased Awards

Funding News Edition: December 01, 2021

NIAID uses phased awards to provide support for high-risk projects and a rapid pathway to additional funding for those projects able to meet the high-risk goals within established timelines.

Researcher checks western/moisture blots to know if proteins bind to antibodies

Conducting a Clinical Trial? Prepare for Revised Progress Report Validations

Funding News Edition: December 01, 2021

NIH implemented updated eRA Research Performance Progress Report submission system validations for clinical trial registration and results reporting.

Identify Ferret and Hamster Immunoreagents for Project Planning

Funding News Edition: December 01, 2021

NIAID seeks feedback from the research community to help us assess high-priority needs for immunoreagents (specifically, monoclonal antibodies and aptamers) against ferret and hamster antigens.

Know When To Submit a Public Health Surveillance Request

Funding News Edition: December 01, 2021

Eligible awardees may submit a justification as to why their NIH-funded activities should be considered public health surveillance activities, and thus not subject to certain requirements of the revised Common Rule.

How To Navigate NIAID’s Budget Cap for Renewal Applications

Funding News Edition: December 01, 2021

NIAID caps R01 renewal budgets at 20 percent over the direct costs of the last noncompeting award minus supplements, equipment, alterations and renovations costs, and facilities and administrative costs for all subawards.

Create a Strong Multiple PI Leadership Plan

Funding News Edition: November 17, 2021

Your team agreed to work together because you assume it will go well, so it’s easy to overlook or minimize how you will handle disputes. Be sure to plan a thorough process for resolving conflicts and disputes.

NIAID researcher uses an electron microscope.

Take Note of Reissued NOSI on Somatic Cell Gene Editing

Funding News Edition: November 17, 2021

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

Take Advantage of Supplements for Research Continuity

Funding News Edition: November 17, 2021

Don't overlook two notices of special interest designed to sustain research projects through investigators' critical life events, like childbirth and adoption.

Volunteer To Annotate Immune Signatures Related to COVID-19

Funding News Edition: November 17, 2021

The Human Immunology Project Consortium is curating immune signatures related to COVID-19 from published literature to enable researchers to easily access and interrogate published immune signatures related to COVID-19 infection, vaccination, and immune response.

Summer Application Totals Give Clues to Pandemic Productivity

Funding News Edition: November 17, 2021

The extramural community collectively wrote and submitted a higher volume of research project grant applications amid pandemic shutdowns in summer 2020.

Clarifying Animal Protocol Congruence Reviews for Grants and Contracts

Funding News Edition: November 17, 2021

Before award, your recipient institution must verify that your institutional animal care and use committee has reviewed and approved the components of your application or proposal related to the care and use of animals.

Send Applications Early To Avoid Electronic Submission Errors

Funding News Edition: November 17, 2021

NIAID cannot correct an error spotted in your application after the receipt deadline on your behalf, even if an overlooked content error would render your application nonresponsive to an initiative's requirements.

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