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NIH has provided many resources for investigators to help them navigate these changes.


As of May 20, 2010, the NIH has updated its SF424 (R&R) application guide. A description of the more notable edits is attached

Interacting Electronically with NIH - Power Point Presentation

Quick Overview of NIH Electronic Submission - Power Point Presentation

Details of Application Changes for Fellowships - March 18, 2010

Overall Impact Versus Significance

Clarification on the Extended Error Correction Window and Format of the Research Strategy Section for Restructured Applications Intended for Due Dates on or After January 25, 2010
National Institutes of Health

Details of Application Changes - May 20, 2010

Sample Biosketch

Confirming the Correct Electronic Forms Choice

SBIR/STTR: Upcoming Changes to the Submission of Grant Applications (includes shorter page limits)

NOT-HS-10-002: AHRQ Announces Changes to Peer Review Processes, Evaluation Review Criteria, and New Application Forms for Grant Applications

Shorter Page Limits

Details of Career Development Application Changes

Availability of Reissued Parent Announcements

What Applicants Need to Know Now - PowerPoint Presentation, November 19, 2009

Video - What Applicants Need to Know Now, November 19, 2009

Title: NIH Notice NOT-OD-10-016
Now Available: Restructured Application Forms and Instructions

Enhancing Peer Review Website

Training and Communication Resources

Details of Application Changes for Research Grants and Cooperative Agreements (for due dates on or after January 25, 2010) November 5, 2009

NIH Flyer for Application Changes

NIH One Page Update

In-Depth Overview - Power Point Presentation

NIH Frequently Asked Questions

NIH Policy Notices

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