NIH Program Officials (POs) are responsible for the programmatic, scientific, and technical aspects of NIH programs. Having a clear understanding of what POs can and can’t do for you will help you make the most of your interactions.
If you are new to writing grant applications, sometimes seeing how someone else has presented their idea can help as you are developing your own application.
What Do You Do if an Issue With a Federal System Impacts Your Ability To Submit a Grant Application on Time?
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Are you new to the world of NIH grants or looking for a refresher? We have curated playlists of our YouTube videos designed to provide an overview of the grants process, the different funding programs available, key tools to use as you develop your application, and grant writing advice straight from NIH staff.
The HHS-declared public health emergency for COVID-19 ended on May 11, 2023 (NOT-OD-23-095). With this milestone, we are also closing out our series of blogs on the distributions of gender and race of designated principal investigators (PIs) of R01 and RPG applications submitted before and after the onset of the pandemic. This final post builds on previous … Continue reading “Final Career Stage Analyses of Applications Submitted During the Pandemic (Part 7)”
Reviewers are trusted and required to maintain confidentiality throughout the application review process. Thus, using AI to assist in peer review would involve a breach of confidentiality. In a recently released guide notice, we explain that NIH scientific peer reviewers are prohibited from using natural language processors, large language models, or other generative AI technologies for analyzing and formulating peer review critiques for grant applications and R&D contract proposals.
The NIH Center for Scientific Review developed this resource to help clarify the application process, highlighting institution- and investigator-specific information, including key actions that must be taken well in advance of application submission.
Have questions about funding opportunities, developing an application, or managing a grant award? Unsure who to contact for help? Don’t be scared to reach out to NIH staff!
We are discussing “Not Discussed” in this NIH All About Grants podcast.
In this NIH All About Grants podcast episode, we share advice for investigators to help them understand the critiques of their application, and how program staff input may be helpful when deciding what to do next.