October 1, 2014 NIAID Funding Newsletter
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Use EQAPOL to Ensure Reproducible Research Results To help you ensure that your scientific findings are high quality and reproducible, labs performing vaccine trials or HIV/AIDS research should check out the External Quality Assurance Program Oversight Laboratory (EQAPOL). Read the full article.
Opportunities and Resources
Collaborate With Brazilian Researchers, Request Supplemental Funds Thanks to a recent funding opportunity announcement (FOA), you have a chance to request supplemental funding by working with scientists from Brazil. Read the full article.
Staged Vaccine Development Takes Center Stage in New BAA Through a recent broad agency announcement (BAA), NIAID's Division of AIDS seeks proposals from offerors who can support multifunctional teams in advancing the development and manufacture of HIV vaccine candidates; specifically, those that have demonstrated manufacturing feasibility and success in nonhuman primate (NHP) challenge studies, equivalent preclinical animal models, or early human clinical trials. Read the full article.
Round 14 of Grand Challenges Explorations Now Open Researchers working on NIAID-related topics should check out several new Grand Challenges Explorations grants from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Read the full article.
In The News
Verify That Your FY 2014 Award Information Is Correct Be aware that NIH is finalizing reporting files found on RePORT for FY 2014, which as you likely know, ended yesterday.Read the full article.
- Comment on Sex as a Biological Variable
- Fill Us In on Viral Disease Studies
- Next Chance to Apply for SRATP R01 Approaches
Make Sure That New Application Is New When you use an old application as the starting point for a new (A0) application, the A0 must not reference any prior applications or reviews—if it does, NIH will withdraw it without a review. Read the full article.
- I am in the final two years of my K23 award and was recently awarded an R21 grant. Do I need to communicate any new information to NIAID?
- My PI's R01 funds my current research project. Can I apply for an F32 award using the R01-funded project?
New Funding Opportunities
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