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NIDCD Administrative Research Supplements to Promote Emergence of Independent Otolaryngologist-Investigators

NIDCD announces the availability of two-year administrative research supplements to currently-active NIDCD-supported R01 and P50 grants for junior tenure-track faculty in Otolaryngology. This initiative targets applicants who have less than two years of prior full-time research training and experience in the biomedical or behavioral sciences. Up to $100,000 direct costs per year may be requested. The two submission dates for the program are May 1, 2008 and November 1, 2008

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