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The experimental design must enable you to achieve the NIH Specific Aims you describe and test your hypothesis.

Opportunities and Resources

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

In The News

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).

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.

Advice Corner

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.

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