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Grants, the Basics: Application, Review and Award

Information for seasoned and first-time NIDDK investigators about grant preparation and submission.

Types of Grants Funded by NIDDK
What types of investigator-initiated grants are supported by NIDDK? Read about our R21 exploratory research grant program. What areas of science is NIDDK interested in funding? Search the NIH CRISP database for NIDDK funded grants.

NIDDK Grants Funding Policy
Describes the general principles that NIDDK uses to determine which grants to pay.

NIDDK Grant Review
The NIDDK reviews special grant applications -- what, when, where and who? What do you need to know as a member of an NIDDK study section?

Resources for New NIDDK Investigators
Are you a new investigator? Do you need some help figuring out the NIH and the NIDDK?

Doing Business with NIH Electronically
NIH is now an electronic environment. How do you submit an application from your computer and monitor the administration of your grant?

NIDDK Budget and Grants -- Statistics
How much money does NIDDK spend? How many applications are received each year, and how many grants are awarded?

Applicant Guidelines
These provide special instructions for Center, Program Project Grant, Conference Support Grant applications, R21 Exploratory research grant and research involving human embryonic stem cells.

The NIH Grant Application Process

Grant Application Process, A Tutorial
Provided by NIAID, this site leads the investigator step by step through the application process.

What Happens to Your Grant Application
The Center for Scientific Review describes how a grant is reviewed after it is received at NIH. Additional resources for applicants include a grant review video.

The NIH Grants Page contains all current information regarding NIH grants policies, application forms, funding opportunities, electronic grant submission and administration, and grant statistics.

Page last updated: November 25, 2008

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