You found a funding opportunity announcement (FOA) that fits your research, you’ve read it carefully, and have been working for months perfecting your application. Don’t forget to return to the FOA within 30 days of the due date to check for any new related notices which could impact your submission. Continue reading
Unless the Funding Opportunity Announcement instructs otherwise, the appendix does not have a page limit. However, we do limit the number of PDF attachments to 10. If you need more than 10 appendix attachments, then the remaining information should be … Continue reading
First, you need to check the Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA). If the budget format is not mentioned in the FOA, then you need to review the SF424 (R&R) Application Guide’s Section 4.6 “Selecting the Appropriate Budget Component” (p. I-73). Factors to consider in selecting … Continue reading
In an effort to balance rapid changes in technology and fair standards across applicants, the NIH is revising the policy and guidelines for investigators contemplating the submission of non-traditional application materials, such as videos, devices, or other media. Continue reading
Instructions in the funding opportunity announcement (FOA) always supersede the instructions in the application guides. So when in doubt, follow the instructions in the FOA. Continue reading
NIH added a new set of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), NIH Fiscal Policy, to address applicant budget submissions under the Fiscal Policy announced in NIH Guide Notice NOT-OD-12-036 regarding cost-of-living/inflationary increases in awards, and related issues.
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Now that The NIH Stem Cell Registry lists more than 160 approved cell lines, we are making some changes to how you address the use of human embryonic stem cells (hESCs) in your application. Continue reading
Unless the funding opportunity announcement indicates otherwise, it is 1 page. Continue reading
Yes. We will consider either or both requests. Continue reading