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How to get a grant: Full process:

How to get a grant: Full process Any successful project requires planning, development, implementation, and follow-through. Obtaining NIH funding for our research idea is no exception. ”How to get a grant” presentation provides an overview of the steps required for an application to proceed from application planning and submission through award and close out. This guidance from NIH experts will help maximizeyour understanding of the grants process and help you submit a successful grant application .

Planning:

Planning Applicant should start early, collect preliminary data, and determine internal deadlines.

Writing:

Writing Applicant often begins writing application several months prior to application due date.

Submitting:

Submitting Applicant organization submits most applications to NIH through Federal portal, Grants.gov

Receipt and Referral:

Receipt and Referral Applications compliant with NIH policies are assigned for review by the Division of Receipt and Referral in the Center of Scientific Review (CSR). CSR assigns application to an NIH Institute/Center (IC) and a Scientific Review Group (SRG). Scientific Review Officer (SRO) assigns applications to reviewers and readers.

Initial Level of Review:

Initial Level of Review SRG members review and evaluate applications for scientific merit.

Impact Scores:

Impact Scores Available to Principal Investigator on eRA Commons.

Summary Statement:

Summary Statement Available to Principal Investigator on eRA Commons.

Second Level of Review:

Second Level of Review Advisory council/board reviews applications.

Pre-Award Process:

Pre-Award Process IC grants management staff conducts final administrative review and negotiates award.

Notification of Award:

Notification of Award NIH Institute/Center (IC) director makes funding decision. IC staff issues and sends Notice of Award (NoA) to applicant institution/organization.

Congratulations! :

Congratulations! Project period officially begins!

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