We all know that NIH has seen a large increase in applications over the past decade, but how much of this is due to scientists writing more applications and how much is a result of a larger number of scientists doing biomedical research?
When a natural disaster strikes, we’ve got you covered.
The Center for Scientific Review just released their latest Peer Review Notes newsletter.
On May 25, 2012, the Center for Scientific Review began using eRA Commons to communicate important information about your application.
If you are relatively new to the NIH grants process and want to learn more about applying, managing an award, finding resources, and knowing who to contact…then make plans to attend today!
This is a common question asked by applicants after review.
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 resubmission must be submitted no later than 37 months after the due date of the initial new, renewal, or revision application.
Starting early next week all grantees will have the option to submit their administrative supplement requests electronically.
Learn tips and tricks about the application process, navigating the peer review process, and managing an award during two grants workshops this spring and summer.