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					Opportunities for Cancer Research Funding at various NIH Institutes/Centers/Offices

Chairperson Phuong Thi Kim Pham, National Cancer Institute  Speakers Phuong Thi Kim Pham, National Cancer Institute David G. Badman, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Jean Chin, National Institute of General Medical Sciences Liana Harvath, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Peter Muehrer, National Institute of Mental Health Syed Musaddaq Quadri, Center for Scientific Review  Participants: Question and Answer Session Ray Bramhall, National Cancer Institute Virginia Wray, National Cancer Institute
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David G. Badman, Ph.D.  Program Director/NIDDK db70f@nih.gov Ray Bramhall, Ph.D.  Chief, Program Coordination And Referral Branch/NCI bramhalr@mail.nih.gov Jean Chin, Ph.D.  Program Director/NIGMS chinj@nigms.nih.gov Liana Harvath, Ph.D.  Deputy Director, Div of Blood Diseases & Res./NHLBI harvathl@nhlbi.nih.gov

Peter Muehrer, Ph.D.  Chief, Health & Behavioral Sci Res Branch/NIMH packenhm@niehs.nih.gov
Phuong Thi Kim Pham, Ph.D.  Program Director/NCI pp64n@nih.gov Syed Musaddaq Quadri, Ph.D.  Chief, Oncological Sciences IRG/CSR quadris@csr.nih.gov Virginia Wray, Ph.D.  Deputy Branch Chief, Res. Programs Review Branch/NCI wrayv@dea.nci.nih.gov

Overview of the National Institutes of Health Grant Process http://www.nih.gov/ http://countweb.Med.Harvard.edu/web_resources/grants.html

Phuong Thi Kim Pham, Ph.D. Program Director National Cancer Institute National Institute of Health 6116 Executive Boulevard Suite 7018 Rockville, MD 20852 U.S.A. 301-496-3866 (P) 301-496-3866 (F) pp64n@nih.gov

The NIH
Engine for Biomedical Research and Innovation

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Annual Budget: $27 billion $2.5 Billion for Intramural (NIH) Research 5,000 Intramural Scientists, 2,000 projects 35,000 Extramural (Mostly University) Funded Investigators at 3,000 organizations

The National Institutes of Health 27 Institutes and Centers
NIA NIDDK NIAID NEI NIGMS NHLBI NHGRI
NICHD

NIDA

NINDS NIMH
NIEHS

NCI

NCRR

NCCAM NIAMS

NIH Research Project Grants Success Rates – FY 1992 - 2001

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
$4,000 $3,500 $3,000 $2,500 $2,000 $1,500 $1,000 $500 $0 FY1: $2,069M FY2: $2,526M FY3: $3,781M

NIAID FY-02 funding for cancer related projects
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138 R Grants 35 U Cooperative Agreements 17 P01 Grants 3 P30 Grants 11 N01 Contracts 2 RFAs, 3RFPs, 4 PAs http://www.niaid.nih.gov/default.htm

TIPS in planning your research
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Presidential announcements Research Community NIH areas of emphasis Institutes/Centers’ strategic plans Concepts NIH guide http://www.nih.gov

Grant Process

Referral  Review  Program  Grant Management
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Referral And Review Of Applications For NCI Training And Career Development Awards
Applications Subcom F
K01, K08, K22B, T32

NCI CSR Subcom G

SEP
F32,F33

K05, K07, K12, K22, K23, K24, R25

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CSR vs. Institutes? Which Institute? Grant #: 1R01CA012345-01 How many institutes: CA HL GM? Can be funded by 1st, 2nd, 3rd or cofunded by more than one institute. Abstract/cover letter

Tips: Cover Letter to be included with your application
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Which study section is best suited to review your application? http://www.csr.nih.gov/ Which institute(s) should your application be assigned to? http://www.nih.gov/icd/ Request the appropriate study section and institutes with STRONG JUSTIFICATION based on the reviewers’ expertise & your area of research proposal.

Grant Process

Referral  Review  Program: Pre-App  Grant Management
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Pre-application

Ideas  Application tips  Which mechanism? PA? RFA?  Which study section?  What other institutes?
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Grant Process

Referral  Review  Program  Grant Management
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Review: Institutes/CSR
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Review panel Request additional expertise Conflict of Interest reviewers
Provide information promptly as requested Avoid additional materials at the last minute

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Volunteer to be a reviewer Courtesy goes a long way

Grant Process

Referral  Review  Program: post-review  Grant Management
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Program: post-review

Restore funding or time request  Transfer or co-fund with other ICOs  Accomplishments  Award/Publications
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Program: Post-award
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Problems  Research  Funding: carry-over, unexpected cost  Staff
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Type 2 application

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Resource and Advocate

Grant Process

Referral  Review  Program  Grant Management
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Grants Management
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Notice of Grant Award Budget
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Change Carry-over Personnel Direct & Indirect cost Consultant

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Courtesy goes a long way

What do you need to know about NIH grant process?
Grants topics http://grants.nih.gov/grants/grants.htm
• Everything you want to know about NCI grant process.
http://www3. cancer.gov/admin/gab/02gpb/nci_grants_bk.pdf

• NCI extramural funding opportunities http://deainfo.nci. nih. gov/ funding.htm • Division of extramural activities http://deainfo.nci. nih. gov/ index.htm • Computer retrieval of information on Scientific Projects https://www-commons.cit.nih.gov/crisp

TIPS: APPLICATION
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Hypothesis Why? Literature, references How? Detailed experiences (including time, sequence, budget, what ifs …) and references If as expected, then what? If not, then what? Why should your project be funded? How will it move the field forward? Instructions to the specific (398, 416,..) form


				
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