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Submission Policies |

Sunday, October 6th, 2019

Due Dates on Holidays/Weekends/NIH Office Closures
When a postmark/submission date falls on a weekend, Federal holiday , or Washington, DC area Federal office closure (NOT-OD-17-041), the application deadline is automatically extended to the next business day.
Note: NIH FOAs are posted with a short grace period which allows applications to be submitted even if the submission deadline shifts beyond the expiration date of the FOA. As always, applicants must check the eRA Commons to view their application and ensure it has successfully made it to NIH.

Examples of Project Leadership Plans for Multiple PI Grant Applications, April 26, 2006

Sunday, June 18th, 2017

Program Overview – All of Us | National Institutes of Health

Sunday, June 11th, 2017

Computational Medicine: Translating Models to Clinical Care | Science Translational Medicine

Sunday, May 22nd, 2016

NOT-OD-16-011: Implementing Rigor and Transparency in NIH & AHRQ Research Grant Applications

Sunday, February 14th, 2016

New grant format w/ prelim. results under significance v. approach as now @NIH notice is cryptic. People’s thoughts?

need to use strength & weakness for each citation.

see also:

One of the changes to this Chapter pertains to the format for the Approach subsection, which is reproduced, above. “Justification and Feasibility” and its two subdivisions have been lined out because, with the new approach that we recommend, they are no longer part of the Approach subsection. (We have moved them to the Significance subsection, Chapter 9). Without those components, the formatting for each aim “collapses” to include the Introductory Paragraph, Research Design, Expected Outcomes and Potential Problems & Alternative Strategies.


Updates to Research Strategy Guidance
By November 25, 2015 application guide instructions will be updated to include the following additional guidance for the Significance and Approach sections of the Research Strategy, in addition to the existing instructions.
Describe the scientific premise for the proposed project, including consideration of the strengths and weaknesses of published research or preliminary data crucial to the support of your application. Approach
Describe the experimental design and methods proposed and how they will achieve robust and unbiased results.

NIH Common Fund Initiatives (high level)

Monday, November 24th, 2014

Nice overview of the programs

NIH BD2K – 1st awards

Friday, October 10th, 2014

Next Generation Sequence Data Management Workshop Report – Peter Good – YouTube

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

A report to the NIH Council in ’11
My talk at the meeting :

May 2012 NACHGR Meeting Agenda and Documents

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

May ’12 NHGRI council meeting
which includes
Project Update on 1000 Genomes – Lisa Brooks – YouTube

which, in turn, includes lots of discussion of LoF variants, featuring a slide by SB et al.