What is a NIH U01 grant?
What is a NIH U01 grant?
U01. Research Project Cooperative Agreement. Supports discrete, specified, circumscribed projects to be performed by investigator(s) in an area representing their specific interests and competencies. Used when substantial programmatic involvement is anticipated between the awarding Institute and Center.
What is a U01 clinical trial?
The NIAID Clinical Trial Implementation Cooperative Agreement (U01, Clinical Trial Required) is for principal investigators (PIs) implementing a high-risk clinical trial. Applications must include project milestones, and NIAID staff have substantial scientific involvement during the award.
What is a U18 grant?
U18. Research Demonstration/Cooperative Agreements. To provide support for testing, by means of a research design, the effectiveness of the transfer and application of techniques or interventions derived from a research base for the control of diseases or disorders or for the promotion of health.
What is an NIH R24?
R24. Research Projects. Resource-Related Research Projects. To support research projects that will enhance the capability of resources to serve biomedical research.
How do NIH grants work?
The NIH provides financial support in the form of grants, cooperative agreements, and contracts to support the advancement of the NIH mission to enhance health, extend healthy lives, and reduce the burdens of illness and disability. We encourage submission of unique projects of high scientific caliber.
What are the types of NIH grants?
The NIH has categorized grant types into series:
- Research Grants (R series)
- Career Development Awards (K series)
- Research Training and Fellowships (T & F series)
- Program Project/Center Grants (P series)
- Resource Grants (various series)
- Trans-NIH Programs.
- Inactive Programs (Archive)
How to apply for a U01 clinical trial grant?
If applying to a U01, complete the Milestones Checklist. In cases where the clinical trial planning milestones have been completed (either through the NIAMS R34 planning grant or other means), applicants should demonstrate planning accomplishments by submitting a Clinical Trial Planning Milestones Checklist.
How much does a NIH R21 grant cost?
NIH Exploratory/Developmental Research Grant Award (R21) Encourages new, exploratory and developmental research projects by providing support for the early stages of project development. Limited to up to two years of funding Combined budget for direct costs for the two year project period usually may not exceed $275,000.
When to apply for a NIH research grant?
1 Used to support a discrete, specified, circumscribed research project. 2 NIH’s most commonly used grant program. 3 No specific dollar limit unless specified in FOA. 4 Advance permission required for $500K or more (direct costs) in any year. 5 Generally awarded for 3 -5 years. 6 (more items)
What are the activity codes for NIH grants?
NIH uses activity codes (e.g. R01, R43, etc.) to differentiate the wide variety of research-related programs we support. NIH Institutes and Centers (ICs) may vary in the way they use activity codes; not all ICs accept applications for all types of grant programs or they apply specialized eligibility criteria.