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From the Center for Scientific Review, National Institutes of Health
Check Out the May Issue of Peer Review Notes
Learn About . . .
- Moving Forward After an Unsuccessful A1 Application
- Is it Human Subjects Research or Not?
- CSR to Use eRA Commons to Communicate with Applicants and Their Organizations
- Hybrid Video and Face-to-Face Reviews: The Best of Both Worlds?
- CSR’s Early Career Reviewer Training Program Is a Hit
- What’s Hot on CSR’s Website
- Peer Review Notes Goes All Digital
About the Peer Review Notes
Posted June 7, 2012
Will Your R21 Application Be Homeless? (From NIAID, NIH Newsletter)
If you’re planning an investigator-initiated NIH Exploratory Developmental Research Grant Program (R21) application, make sure it will have an NIH institute to call home.
Before applying, you should identify an NIH institute interested in your area of science that also accepts R21s—not all of them do. Find a list of participating institutes and what they'll accept at Contacts and Special Interests.
NIAID does support the R21, so if your area of science fits NIAID, we can accept your application. But get advice from an NIH program officer if you are not sure where your application fits, or you think it might belong in an institute that no longer accepts R21s.
After the program officer informs you that you are in the right place, you can include that confirmation in your application cover letter. Read more in Create a Cover Letter in Part 4 and Ensure You Get the Right Assignments in Part 5 of the Strategy for NIH Funding.
If the Center for Scientific Review can't find an appropriate institute for your application, NIH may reject it. If so, CSR will let you know. Otherwise, you can check the Commons within seven to 10 days after you apply to see which institute they assigned.
Posted February 1, 2012
Advice on Preparing NIH Grant Applications
Please see "Advice on Preparing NIH Grant Applications" suggested by NIAID (NIH).
Note: This issue of NIAID Funding Newsletter, dated November 23, 2011, was included inan e-mail message sent from this office November 28, 2011.