What makes an application “new.” Continue reading
Looking to see how other investigators have presented their projects and ideas using the new, shorter application format? Continue reading
I have read or heard much about the dilemma of NIH applicants as they struggle to understand their chances of receiving NIH funding. As budgets flatten and tighten, this discussion has heated up. Continue reading
Are you a graduate student or postdoc receiving support from an NIH training grant or fellowship? Do you administer an NIH training grant? If the answer to either of the above questions is yes, NIH is here to help you navigate xTrain.
Check out a recent Webinar conducted by the NIH Loan Repayment Program. The presentation will help you learn which NIH training grant, fellowship or career development award is right for you. Continue reading
Our All About Grants podcast series continues with a new episode on what key things to look for as you are reading through a funding opportunity announcement. Continue reading
NIH has fellowship, training and career programs for the clinician scientist, and we have just added a new, exciting and unique opportunity for early stage clinician researchers. Continue reading
I’d like to pass along some good news on the where-am-I-going-to-get-my-grant-funded-in-today’s-economy front. The National Health Council just announced the availability of a database that will help link unfunded NIH applications with potential non-governmental funding sources. Continue reading