General Info about NIH grant applications
NIH offers resources and trainings on Protection of Human Subjects in medical research.
NIH RePORT (Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools), a treasure trove of NIH funding facts.
NIH’s “All About Grants” Podcasts.
Writing the application
So what is the Cover Letter used for now? Read this.
NIAID Sample Grant Applications: R01, R03, R15, R21, R21/R33, SBIR, STTR, K01, K08, F31
NOTE: The application text is copyrighted. It may be used only for nonprofit educational purposes provided the document remains unchanged and the PI, the grantee organization, and NIAID are credited.
NIAID information on How to Write a Grant Application
The SF424 application information, your go-to reference for all guidelines and questions about your submission.
DHHS/OER Policy on Multiple Principal Investigators
Assignment Request Form info, the document now used to make requests for study section and IC assignment (in lieu of the Cover Letter.)
Submitting the Application
Grants.gov Application Process (registration, DUNS number, etc).
US Department of Health and Human Services Grant Application Form (PHS 398 Form and Instructions)
Info About the Review Process
The Center for Scientific Review puts out a blog called Review Matter with information about the ever-evolving process of peer review of NIH Submissions. Here is the link: https://www.csr.nih.gov/reviewmatters/
Trying to choose a Study Section? Begin by choosing an IRG.
High-level overview of the NIH submission review process, great for first-time applicants.
How NIH Grant Applications Are Reviewed
Also other good stuff linked on this page, like writing tips, sample Summary Statements, etc.
After Submitting Your Application or Proposal
Applicant Guidance: Next Steps “Your application was reviewed; what to do next…”
HOW CAN I HELP?
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