Change in Plans – Revised Schedule for Cancelled Review Meetings

My colleagues and I have heard from many of you since Friday, expressing significant concerns regarding delaying the review of applications to the May council round due to the Government shutdown. Applicants faced with a four month delay in a funding decision described serious consequences to their research programs. Additionally, many reviewers contacted us saying they are ready and willing to do anything to get these reviews done. In light of this feedback, our review staff have risen to the challenge, and will be working with reviewers to go the extra mile in exceptionally creative ways to reschedule as many of the 200+ missed October review meetings as possible. Continue reading

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More Information on Moving Forward with NIH Applications, Review, and Awards

As promised yesterday, I’m posting additional information on our efforts to restore the NIH extramural program. First, some context: the 16-day delay in operations had a major impact on our business of supporting extramural research. While our grantees could continue conducting vital research through their FY 2013 awards, NIH could not release any awards while we were closed. …. Continue reading

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Due to a lapse in government funding, new posts and responses may not originate from this account until appropriations are enacted. If you are a grantee or a grant applicant looking for guidance, see NIH Guide Notice NOT-OD-13-126 at http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/not-od-13-126.html. Updates … Continue reading

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