National Institutes of Health (NIH)
The following National Institutes of Health (NIH) guidelines are helpful in preparing proposals or administering awards.
As one component of the broad, trans-NIH strategy to address the need to promote diversity in the biomedical research workforce, the Common Fund has established this program. It is envisioned as a national collaborative through which awardee institutions, in partnership with the NIH, will develop, implement, and evaluate innovative approaches to improve institutional capacity to engage individuals from diverse backgrounds and help them prepare for and succeed in biomedical research careers. This website captures funding announcements, webinars, a list-serv and much more.
The eRA Commons is the NIH's electronic research administration system.
Subscribe to the eRA Commons listserv to stay up to date on electronic submission announcements, outages, etc. There are two list servs available - one for Scientists and one for Administrators.
Subscribe to the NIH TOC weekly listserv, which includes announcements on policies, procedures, and funding opportunities.
The NIH Office of Extramural Research (OER) captures and summarizes all grants policy notices for the agency.
The eRA Commons Quick Queries webpage permits you to search for various items including due dates for progress reports, grant awards, etc.
Power Point presentation covering Pub Med Central IDs and their relation to the RPPR
The NIH Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools website.
SciENcv (Science Experts Network Curriculum Vitae) serves as an interagency system designed to create biosketches for multiple federal agencies.
Includes highly detailed instructions and guidelines for the preparation and submission of grant applications to NIH via Grants.gov. This guide should be used in conjunction with an NIH program announcement, as appropriate.
The NIH current NIH salary cap and links to prior years from FY1990 - current,