A Webinar to ASSIST You With Electronic Submission of Multi-Project Applications

As announced earlier, NIH will require electronic submission for all P01, P20, P50 and U19 applications intended for due dates on or after September 25, 2013. (View the full transition timeline here.)

On Tuesday, August 13, from 2:30 to 4:00 PM Eastern time, NIH will hold a webinar to help potential applicants get acquainted with ASSIST, NIH’s system for electronic submission of multi-project applications. (Applicant organizations that submit applications using system-to-system solutions to Grants.gov will be able to use those services for submitting multi-project applications if their system provider offers that service.)

The ASSIST webinar is open to anyone involved in the preparation and submission of multi-project applications to NIH. Webinar topics will include user registration, application preparation and troubleshooting, application submission and tracking, and much more.

Space is limited, so register early. To maximize participation and improve communication within our grantee institutions, NIH strongly encourages institutions to promote classroom-style viewing, and host a central location where individuals can view and participate in the webinar using one log-in/registration.

The webinar will be held using GoToWebinar; please visit the registration website to sign up, and visit the GoToWebinar support website to view system requirements and test your connection for the webinar.

If you can’t join us on August 13, this webinar will be recorded and archived for later viewing on grants.nih.gov and the NIH Grants YouTube channel.

2 thoughts on “A Webinar to ASSIST You With Electronic Submission of Multi-Project Applications

  1. Unfortunately I have missed the webinar date and wanted to catch up through your yt channel but I can’t seem to locate the video. Have you uploaded the video yet? Could you advise what title to look for please.

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