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NIAID Funding Newsletter, May 7, 2014

NIAID Funding Newsletter, May 7, 2014

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May 7, 2014, NIAID Funding Newsletter

Feature Articles

Perspectives From NIAID's Experiences With Open Data Sharing You may be aware of several efforts to improve transparency and access to research data. Read the full article.

Opportunities and Resources

Apply to Be a Lasker Clinical Research Scholar It may be worthwhile to check out a recent funding opportunity announcement (FOA) for the Lasker Clinical Research Scholars Program, which provides a unique combination of NIH funding for up to 12 years. Read the full article.
A New Stepping Stone Toward HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials Investigators who anticipate initiating future clinical trials to develop interventions and services that treat or prevent HIV should check out the new HIV/AIDS-specific clinical trial planning grant (R34). Read the full article.
An Opportunity to Support DAIT's Clinical Research Programs A recent funding opportunity announcement (FOA) could be for you if you're interested in leading a Statistical and Clinical Coordinating Center (SACCC) for NIAID's Division of Allergy, Immunology and Transplantation (DAIT). Read the full article.
Funding for Big Data Training Programs If you're looking to beef up your institution's training program or start a new one, take note of three new funding opportunities announcements (FOAs) intended to develop a new cohort of scientists who have the knowledge and skills to develop "big data" tools and methods. Read the full article.

In The News

Important Info for Small Businesses Any small business that plans on submitting an application to NIH should be checking the SBIR/STTR News Flash Page regularly. It's a great resource for news and advice. Read the full article.
Attention Career Development Applicants: Foreign Components Are Allowed We have good news for those interested in submitting a career development award (K) application with a foreign component. Read the full article.
News Briefs

Advice Corner

Know What to Look for When Choosing a Mentor If you're interested in applying for a fellowship or mentored career development (K) award, you'll need to find a principal investigator (PI) to serve as your mentor. Read the full article.
Highlighting Synergy in Multiproject Applications When reviewers score your multiproject application’s overall program, they consider the synergy among your projects.Read the full article.
Reader Questions

New Funding Opportunities

See other announcements at NIAID Funding Opportunities List.
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