This is a common question asked by applicants after review.
At events across the country, National Women’s Health Week raises awareness of manageable steps that women can take to improve their health.
Recently released, this free e-book chronicles the work of Ruth L. Kirschstein who helped lead NIH through much of the second half of the 20th century.
Time to Rev’ Up for the NIH Regional Seminar on Program Funding & Grants Administration in Indianapolis, IN
Held only twice each year, these seminars provide opportunities to learn about the application process, navigating the peer review process, and managing an award.
A helpful, new fact sheet provides an overview of the requirements, as well as a clear explanation of who needs to complete this section.
Scheduled for release soon is a new user interface for NIH’s RePORT website. Read more for additional recent enhancements.
The Office of Management and Budget just published a notice in the Federal Register asking for public comment on potential reforms to federal grant policies contained in OMB circulars such as A-21, A-133, and A-122.
A new webpage helps guide you through the process.
A resubmission must be submitted no later than 37 months after the due date of the initial new, renewal, or revision application.