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NIAID Funding News, May 21, 2015


May 21, 2015, NIAID Funding News

Feature Articles 

Comparing NIAID and NIH Data for R01, R21 Grants

In case you missed it, Dr. Sally Rockey, NIH deputy director for extramural research, wrote "Looking at Recent Data on R21 and R01-Equivalent Grants," which compares application and award data between the exploratory/developmental research grant (R21) and R01-equivalent mechanisms. 

Opportunities and Resources

HIV Researchers: Check Out NIH-PEPFAR Collaboration FOAs

To help combat HIV/AIDS in low resource settings, NIH published two funding opportunity announcements—an R01 and a companion exploratory/development (R21) grant—on NIH-PEPFAR Collaboration on Implementation Science for HIV: Towards an AIDS-Free Generation.

R01 Opportunity: Innovation for HIV Vaccine Discovery

If you have strategies for how to identify novel HIV vaccine concepts and targets, we want you—and your innovative, high-risk, high-impact research ideas. 

In The News

Don't Let the NIH Business System Shutdown Shut Down Your Actions

As you may already know, the NIH Business System shutdown will delay some of NIAID’s award actions in May and June, as detailed in the May 7, 2015, article “NIH Business System Downtime May Affect You."

Learn About the Chimpanzee Research Use (CRU) Reporting System

For those of you planning to use chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) or biomaterials from chimps in research, be aware that NIH just implemented the Chimpanzee Research Use Reporting System, a new part of the eRA Commons.

Stay Informed of Changes Between NIH Grants Policy Statement Updates

NIH recently updated its NIH Grants Policy Statement.

News Briefs


Advice Corner

Applying With a Modular Budget: What’s It Worth?

About half of NIAID investigator-initiated R01 grant applications are submitted with modular budgets, but that doesn’t mean your decision to apply with either a modular or detailed budget should come down to a 50-50 coin toss.

Reader Questions


New Funding Opportunities

See other announcements at NIAID Funding Opportunities List.
Send suggestions or comments to deaweb@niaid.nih.gov.

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