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New Leaders Take Center Stage at Advisory Council Meeting in January

Funding News Edition: February 21, 2024

This was the first meeting at which NIAID Director Dr. Jeanne Marrazzo shared remarks before NIAID's Advisory Council. It was also the first time that guest speaker Dr. Monica Bertagnolli, NIH Director, addressed our Council.

Small Businesses—Request Funding for Non-Viral Technologies to Deliver RNA-Based Therapeutics

Funding News Edition: February 21, 2024

Apply to test and evaluate non-viral technologies capable of delivering RNA-based therapeutics into disease-relevant cells and tissues in vivo through a new notice of special interest.

Improve Understanding of Mechanisms, Biomarkers of Trained Immunity

Funding News Edition: February 21, 2024

Apply for research support to study basic mechanisms and biomarkers of trained immunity (i.e., innate immune memory), plus the functional implications of trained immunity.

Conduct Radiation Biodosimetry Research for Use in Public Health Emergencies

Funding News Edition: February 21, 2024

A new opportunity supports radiation research at all stages of development for identifying biomarkers of injury and developing assays or devices for the purpose of triage, including assessing absorbed dose or predicting health outcomes of acute or delayed injuries.

Understand Clinical Trials to Choose the Right Funding Opportunity

Funding News Edition: February 21, 2024

NIH defines a clinical trial as a research study in which one or more human subjects are prospectively assigned to one or more interventions (which may include placebo or other control) to evaluate the effects of those interventions on health-related biomedical or behavioral outcomes.

News Briefs and Worth Repeating

Funding News Edition: February 21, 2024

Simplified Review Criteria Will Receive a Soft Launch; Provide Input on HIV Research Priorities Before March 28, 2024; Attend Virtual Seminar on Opportunities for Early-Career Researchers; NIH Has a YouTube Channel for Grants Policy Discussions

Avoid Unilateral Closeout on Your Grant by Submitting Timely Closeout Reports

Funding News Edition: February 21, 2024

If a recipient does not submit all required closeout reports within a year of the period of performance end date, NIH must unilaterally close the grant and report the recipient's failure to comply with the terms and conditions of award.

For Foreign Regulatory Requirements, We Did the Research for You

Funding News Edition: February 21, 2024

Our online database serves as a central resource for country-specific clinical research requirements for regulatory and ethics approval, clinical trial lifecycle, sponsor responsibilities, informed consent, investigational products, and specimens.

Moderate Increase in Salary Cap for NIH Grants

Funding News Edition: February 21, 2024

The direct salary for individuals under NIH grant and cooperative agreement awards cannot exceed “Executive Level II” of the Federal Executive pay scale. Effective January 1, 2024, the salary limitation for Executive Level II is $221,900.

NIAID Uses Selective Pay, Bridge Awards to Complement Top-Scoring Applications

Funding News Edition: February 7, 2024

NIAID strives to always fund those applications that score best in peer review, but we also discern which applications outside the payline can help guard against scientific gaps emerging in our research portfolio.

Take Note of Reissued Investigator-Initiated Clinical Trial NOFOs

Funding News Edition: February 7, 2024

The NIAID Clinical Trial Implementation Cooperative Agreement notice of funding opportunity (NOFO) is designed for high-risk trials. The NIAID SBIR Phase II Clinical Trial Implementation Cooperative Agreement NOFO allows small business concerns to proposed investigator-initiated clinical trials.

Funding to Engage in Bioethical Research and Capacity Building Efforts

Funding News Edition: February 7, 2024

Focus on ethical, legal, and social implications (ELSI) research relevant to NIAID’s scientific mission: HIV/AIDS or its comorbidities; infectious diseases; organ transplantation; and ELSI of clinical trials and implementation science.

NIAID Seeks Dosimetry Verification Services to Harmonize Radiation Research Projects

Funding News Edition: February 7, 2024

Our Radiation and Nuclear Countermeasures Program seeks a contractor who can provide services and capabilities to maintain and expand a centralized dosimetry harmonization effort.

December 2023 ACD Meeting—UNITE, RADx, and Postdoctoral Training

Funding News Edition: February 7, 2024

NIH’s Advisory Committee to the Director (ACD) members provide recommendations on program development, resource allocation, NIH administrative regulation, and other aspects of NIH policy.

Before You Apply, Find Instruction on NIH’s DMS Policy

Funding News Edition: February 7, 2024

NIH's Data Management and Sharing (DMS) Policy requires sharing of all scientific data, defined as all data necessary to replicate research findings regardless of whether the data are used to support scientific papers.

News Briefs and Worth Repeating

Funding News Edition: February 7, 2024

NIAID Is Operating Under a Continuing Resolution; Bookmark Helpful NIH SEED Resources for Small Businesses; Prepare Now for Opportunity on Cell and Gene Therapies for HIV Cure; Watch Webinar to Hone Applications for DEIA Supplements

Know What Application and Progress Report Information NIH May Share

Funding News Edition: February 7, 2024

Any recipient of federal support and the information they submit to the government is subject to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

“Can a non-U.S. citizen receive a K99/R00 award?”

Funding News Edition: February 7, 2024

Know Your Timeline to Award If All Goes According to Plan

Funding News Edition: January 17, 2024

Knowing when NIAID will begin funding your project is essential—it’s necessary for hiring support staff or arranging subcontracts or even timing a renewal application.

New Bat Immunology Network Will Support Immune Mechanism Studies

Funding News Edition: January 17, 2024

NIAID aims to better understand the mechanisms by which bats regulate immune responses to clear infection and prevent or resolve excessive inflammation.

Apply to Research Initiative to Enhance Vaccine and Antibiotic Allergy Research

Funding News Edition: January 17, 2024

Conduct an innovative project to study the mechanisms and management of vaccine or antibiotic drug allergy, including research on allergic responses to anti-viral, anti-fungal, and anti-parasitic drugs.

Big Opportunity to Join Centers for Excellence in Translational Research

Funding News Edition: January 17, 2024

NIAID seeks applications from single institutions or consortia of institutions ready to generate, validate, and advance medical countermeasures against a select list of bacteria or fungi with known or emerging resistance to current therapies.

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