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Funding News | NIH: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

Funding News | NIH: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases


April 18, 2018 NIAID Funding News

Feature Articles 

Get NIAID Payline and Budget News

NIH's overall budget has increased by 8.8 percent, adding $3 billion for a total of $37 billion. The NIAID budget for fiscal year 2018 is $5.3 billion, up by 6.7 percent.

Opportunities and Resources

Generating Insights and Understanding of Antibiotic Resistance Development

You will have the opportunity to advance critical science in areas like basic and applied research and development for new antibiotics, other therapeutics, and vaccines.

Seeking Centers To Develop Vaccines for Sexually Transmitted Infections

Apply to join NIAID’s Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) Cooperative Research Centers program, which facilitates multidisciplinary and synergistic collaborations to support the development of vaccines aimed to control and prevent STIs.

Primary Focus of Reissued FOA: Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases

Apply if your proposed research can 1) advance the discovery and characterization of primary immunodeficiency diseases, 2) understand the causes and mechanisms of disease, 3) enable early detection and molecular diagnosis, and 4) support the development of strategies to treat and eventually cure these disorders.

In The News

A Note for the Extramural Community on “Optimize NIH” Initiative

We do not anticipate Optimize NIH changing the way investigators and grantee institutions work with NIH staff.

Allergy Researchers: New Special Emphasis Panel May Fit Your Science Best

The new Hypersensitivity, Allergies, and Mucosal Immunology Special Emphasis Panel ZRG1 IMM-T57 will review applications focused on basic, translational, and clinical immunology and immune mechanisms of hypersensitivities, allergies, and immune responses at the mucosal surfaces.

Advice Corner

Be Rigorous About Rigor and Transparency

Read our additional guidance for applicants who must comply with NIH’s policy on enhancing the reproducibility of research findings through increased scientific rigor and transparency.

Reader Questions

New Funding Opportunities

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