This page has resources and information on how to appropriately and efficiently plan your grant proposals. As always, if you have questions, reach out to the Grants Team for assistance.
Pre-Grant Submission Review
The department offers a Pre-Grant Submission Review in order to support the professional development of Principal Investigators. Click the link below to learn more about the goals and process.
A detailed budget and budget justification are critical parts of a successful grant application. The grants team can help you develop the budget. We have provided a couple of examples of successful justifications and other resources to assist you.
Subawards are contracts with external sites that will be working on your grant. If you have a subaward on your grant proposal, there are certain items we need to be able to include in it your application. Below is the list of items we will need and links to samples of them.
- Biosketch for all senior key personnel
- Scope of work for subaward personnel
- Letter of Support (must be signed by subrecipient’s PI and subrecipient’s authorized representative)
- R&R subaward budget form
- Federally negotiated F&A (indirect) cost agreement, if applicable
- Budget justification
- Performance site information:
- Unique Entity Identifier (UEI)
- Organization Name
- Congressional District
Additional Subaward Resources:
Biosketch / Other Support Instructions
A biographical sketch (also referred to as biosketch) documents an individual's qualifications and experience for a specific role in a project. NIH requires the submission of a biosketch for each proposed senior/key personnel and other significant contributors on a grant application.
Other Support / Current and Pending Support
Other Support (also known as “current and pending support”) includes all resources available to a researcher in support of and/or related to their research endeavors. They may be requested as part of Just-in-Time procedures or in progress reports.
Career Development Grants
NIH offers Research Training and Career Development Programs to help prepare individuals for careers in biomedical, behavioral, social & clinical research. Check out the links below to learn more about these programs.
Diversity Supplement Grants Initiative
The Department encourages recipients of eligible NIH grants to apply for diversity supplements. Diversity supplements are administrative supplements sponsored by NIH that are intended to improve the diversity of the research workforce by recruiting and supporting investigators from groups that have been shown to be underrepresented in health-related research.
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