How early can you submit an NIH application?

When NIH or an institute issues a new funding opportunity announcement (FOA), the open date (the first date an application may be submitted) is generally 30 days before the first application due date.

How many times can you submit an NIH grant?

While NIH no longer limits the number of times you can resubmit an application with essentially the same content and scope as an earlier application, it is not allowable to have overlapping applications under review at the same time. (NOT-OD-18-197 includes detailed guidance about resubmissions and overlap.)

What is continuous submission?

Faculty who serve on an NIH study section or advisory board may have continuous submission privileges meaning they can submit proposals after the standard deadlines and still have their proposal reviewed in the current funding cycle.

How long does it take to get an NIH grant?

between 8 and 20 months
Timeline for Funding Decisions. NIAID staff make final funding decisions. It typically takes between 8 and 20 months after the due date to get an award.

How do I submit submission materials to NIH?

Send materials to NIH Post-submission materials must be sent to the Scientific Review Officer (SRO) listed in the Contacts section of the eRA Commons application Status screen (Status Information online help). Use of secure e-mail is recommended, though not required.

Can I submit the same proposal to NSF and NIH?

Can the same proposal submitted to NSF be submitted to other agencies for simultaneous review? Generally, proposals may be submitted to other agencies for simultaneous review.

What is the NIH salary cap for 2020?

$197,300 $199,300
Salary Cap Summary (FY 1990 – Present)

FY 2021 Awards Issued
October 1, 2020 through January 2, 2021 (Executive Level II) January 3, 2021 through September 30, 2021 (Executive Level II) $197,300 $199,300
October 1, 2004 through December 31, 2004 January 1, 2005 through December 31, 2005 $175,700 $180,100

How do I get a NIH grant?

Plan Your Application

  1. Understand the NIH.
  2. Use RePORTER To Help Identify Where Your Research Fits.
  3. Contact NIH Staff.
  4. Find a Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA)
  5. Determine Application Submission Date.
  6. Plan Within Your Organization.
  7. Obtain Any Prior Approvals From the NIH.
  8. Get To Know the NIH Peer Review Process & Criteria.

What is a typical grant process?

The grant process follows a linear lifecycle that includes creating the funding opportunity, applying, making award decisions, and successfully implementing the award. The specific actions along the lifecycle are grouped into three main phases. Post Award – Implementation, Reporting, and Closeout.

What are NIH grant cycles?

Cycle I Cycle III
Application Due Dates January 25 – May 7 September 25 – January 7
Scientific Merit Review June – July February – March
Advisory Council Round August or October * May
Earliest Project Start Date September or December * July

What is an R21 NIH grant?

The R21 grant mechanism is intended to encourage exploratory/developmental research by providing support for the early and conceptual stages of project development.

What is the NHLBI receipt deadline for a competing T32 grant application?

What is the NHLBI receipt deadline for a competing T32 grant application? January 25 – The NHLBI will accept all types of competing T32 applications (new, renewal/competing continuation, resubmission/amended, and revision) on this date. September 25 – Only resubmission/amended T32 applications will be accepted on this date.

When does the NHLBI intend to fund an application?

When a payline is specified, the NHLBI intends to fund all applications equal to or less than the percentile (or priority score if there is no percentile), providing there are no substantive reasons to do otherwise.

How often do NIH grant deadlines come out?

Grant Deadlines Overview NLM grant deadlines are the same as those of other NIH Institutes and Centers, unless otherwise noted. Each program has 3 application deadlines per year. RFA Deadlines In addition to investigator-initiated grant programs, NLM also participates in Request for Applications (RFA) announcements.

What are the NHLBI guidelines for Type 5 grants?

The NHLBI will award Type 5 grants in accordance with the Notice of Fiscal Policies in Effect for FY2021. The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) applies NIH cost management guidelines when making FY2020 grant awards (see NOT-OD-20-068 ). Legislative mandates for FY2020 are in effect (see NOT-OD-20-066 ).