How to Handle Changes in Resubmission Applications


When resubmitting your application, any changes made should only be outlined in the Introduction attachment. The Introduction must include a summary of substantial additions, deletions, and changes to the application. It must also include a response to weaknesses raised in the Summary Statement. NIH recently released a guide notice to clarify that any type of markups should not be used to identify changes.  Removing the use of markups will help to ensure that applications are reviewed on the merit of their entire contents, without an overt, distracting focus on the sections changed from a previous version.

For more information, please see the Resubmission Frequently Asked Questions page.

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