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NIAID Funding News, January 20, 2016

NIAID Funding News, January 20, 2016

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January 20, 2016 NIAID Funding News

Feature Articles 

Hats Off to NIAID Review and Committee Volunteers

As we do every year, we'd like to thank all the volunteers who served on NIAID peer review committees, our advisory Council, or other such groups in FY 2015.

Opportunities and Resources

New Year, New Opportunity for Collaboration

Are you searching for a collaborative opportunity to kick-start your new year of research? If so, NIH has an R01 funding opportunity announcement that may be a perfect fit.

FOA Focus: U01 Application for Collaborative Research at the NIH Clinical Center

The deadline for the U01 funding opportunity announcement is in just a few months on April 11. If you're planning on applying for the U01, here are a few key points to keep in mind.

Propose to Develop Candidate Radiation Medical Countermeasures

NIAID is soliciting proposals to advance the development toward FDA approval or licensure of one lead candidate medical countermeasure or biodosimetry biomarker/device capable of assessing, mitigating, or treating radiation-induced injuries.

Form a Collaborative Team to Study Organ Fibrosis

NIAID’s Radiological and Nuclear Countermeasures Program is now participating in “Collaborative Projects to Accelerate Research in Organ Fibrosis,” an R01 funding opportunity announcement that invites crosscutting molecular, cellular, animal, and/or human studies to better understand, detect, and resolve pathological organ fibrosis.

In The News

Don’t Be Alarmed by New Human Subjects Involvement Code

NIH is using a new human subjects involvement code—Code 35—for institutional training grant applications that include vertebrate animal or human subjects research.

Use the Correct Application Guides for Late Applications and Continuous Submission for FOAs With January 7 Due Date

Did you miss the January 7, 2016 AIDS/AIDS-related application due date? Are you eligible to submit a late application or under continuous submission? What’s the new due date? And which application guides should you use?

News Briefs


Advice Corner

Where Will Your Application Be Reviewed?

It's worth knowing in advance whether your application will have its initial peer review through NIH's Center for Scientific Review or through one of NIH's institutes or centers.

Reader Questions


New Funding Opportunities

See other announcements at NIAID Funding Opportunities List.
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