NIH is one of the key federal agencies that supports research endeavors here at MCW.
The NIH applications will include either the R&R Budget or Modular Budget, but not both.
Notices are automatically released to all applicants with an impact score of 40 or less, with the expectation only those applicants with a score within the specific Institute or Center pay line will submit JIT.
The NIH allows limited post-submission (supplemental) materials to be submitted after a grant application, but prior to initial peer review.
RPPR is used by grantees to submit, as applicable, progress reports on an annual, F-RPPR, and Interim RPPR to NIH on their grant awards.
An NCE is a one-time extension for up to 12 months beyond the original project period end date.
NIH requires the submission of final Closeout documents within 90 days of the end of grant support after a funded grant has expired, terminated, or transferred.
NIH prior approval is required for the transfer of the legal and administrative responsibility for a grant-supported project from one legal entity to another.
NIH Grants applications due on or after January 25, 2018 will use new Grants Application Forms, commonly referred to as FORMS-E.
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