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I have seen the very recent report and follow-on discussions that NIH is considering asking institutions to limit grant applications as a way to control demand. Let me present the facts. You may remember the dialogue we had back in October 2011 on how NIH should manage science in fiscally challenging times. The option of limiting applications was raised at that time but was discarded at the outset and we are not pursuing it now. $B!D(B.
As I mentioned in an earlier post, the NIH Data Book on RePORT.nih.gov contains biomedical workforce data from NIH databases as well as data from national surveys sponsored by NSF and NIH. I thought it would be interesting to highlight the data on what$B!G(Bs trending for NIH-supported trainees and fellows receiving PhDs, in terms of fields of study.
The R01 research project grant is NIH$B!G(Bs mainstay grant mechanism and is used for much of our investigator-initiated research. When talking about about NIH funding, the subject that most often comes up is the R01 and how support for R01s may be changing over time. Recently I received numerous inquiries about whether the duration of the R01 has been shrinking. $B!D(B.
NIH$B!G(Bs electronic Research Administration (eRA) team has been hard at work to make the process of finding information and learning about the electronic grant application process easier and more intuitive. $B!D(B.
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NIH (including help desks) will be closed Wednesday, December 25, 2013 (Christmas Day). If a postmark/submission date falls on this federal holiday, the application deadline is automatically extended to the next business day.
NIH (including help desks) will be closed Wednesday, January 1, 2014 (New Year$B!G(Bs Day). If a postmark/submission date falls on this federal holiday, the application deadline is automatically extended to the next business day.
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