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A Combination of Funds

David A. Axelson says that a team approach to funding is mutually beneficial.

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A Fabulous Place to Do Research

Mark S. Bauer talks about the great funding opportunities at the VA.

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A Mutually Beneficial Relationship

Valerie Maholmes talks to early career researchers about funding.

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A Nice Mechanism for Preliminary Work

Ihsan M. Salloum describes small grants that allow for research that can lead to larger mechanisms.

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Adherence to Timelines

Victoria J. Grochocinski recommends prioritizing tasks in advance of receiving your NGA.

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Advice to Early Career Applicants

David Shurtleff provides advice for early career researchers seeking NIH funding.

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Applying for Large Grants

David Shurtleff examines why and when a researcher should pursue a center grant.

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Applying for NIH Grants

Anita Miller Sostek describes the NIH review process.

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Being Able to Retool

Creativity in the funding search is vital, asserts Patricia E. Molina.

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Benefits of the K Award

Megan R. Gunnar discusses some highlights of the K.

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Bridging Animal Model and Human Subject Research

Susanne Ahmari recounts her experience requesting a grant to do translational research early in her career.

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Career Development Awards

F. Xavier Castellanos explains how career development awards make entry-level researchers attractive to institutions.

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Collaborating with Developing Countries

Vishwajit Nimgaonkar describes the development of long-lasting collaborations in India and Egypt.

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Consider the R21 for Innovative Research

For mid-career researchers, Valerie Maholmes says, there is funding that supports innovative approaches.

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Contact Us

Don't hesitate to call your program officer, says LeShawndra Price.

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Contact Your Program Official

David Shurtleff urges early career researchers to contact their NIH program official for guidance regarding funding.

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Current Epidemiology Initiatives at NIDA

Yonette Thomas describes opportunities at the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

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Email Your Program Officer

Communicating early with your program officer is essential, states Yonette Thomas.

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Emphasis on Early-Career Researchers

NIH is making changes that will help support junior researchers, states William A. Vega.

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Finding Your Story

Joshua Roffman describes how to leverage a K into additional opportunities.

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Funding a Clinic

David A. Axelson describes the three funding streams that support the Child and Adolescent Bipolar Services Clinic.

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Funding for Studies of Underserved Populations

Jasjit S. Ahluwalia examines the changes over time in the amount of funding available for studying underserved populations.

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Funding the Center for Diabetes Translation Research

Richard Davis relates how collaboration with the CTSA resulted in funding for the Center for Diabetes Translation Research.

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Get to Know the System

David Shurtleff advises early career researchers and explains the K99-R00 award.

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Getting into the VA

Mark S. Bauer provides excellent advice for researchers who want to work in and get funded by the VA.

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Helpful Small Mechanisms

Keith A. Trujillo suggests the R13 and the SC3 funding for smaller projects.

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IES Training Grants

David Klahr discusses an education research grant.

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Importance of Matching Funds for a CTSA Grant

Securing matching funds helped strengthen the case for a Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) grant, asserts Marschall Runge.

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Important Links on the NIH Website

RFAs, program announcements, and other information important to researchers can be found on the NIDA website, states Yonette Thomas.

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Innovation with an R25

Neal Ryan urges the importance of talented colleagues and flexibility in organizing an R25.

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Intro to NIDA

LeShawndra Price talks about training opportunities at NIDA.

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K12 Award Suits Interdisciplinary Researchers

Jordan F. Karp describes how a K12, an institutional funding mechanism, can be beneficial for researchers working in multiple disciplines.

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Long-term Center Grant

C. Hendricks Brown describes his experience as a multiple-year Center Grant recipient.

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Mock Study Section

NOTE: This mock study section does not reflect the new criteria set forth by NIH in 2010. However, it still provides useful insights into review sections. Ellen Frank moderates this mock NIMH study section for an R21 and a K23, with reviewers David J. Kupfer, Lauren B. Marangell, and Sue M. Marcus.

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NIH Early Career Funding

Mark Chavez provides essential information about the F, T, and K early research career funding mechanisms.

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NIH Funding for Prevention in Public Health

Jasjit S. Ahluwalia examines the state of funding for prevention efforts and the translation of these efforts into clinical practice.

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NIH's Clinical and Translational Science Award

Marschall Runge outlines what sets the NIH's Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) apart from traditional research grants.

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No More Silos

Working with other researchers is essential these days, emphasizes Courtney Ferrell Aklin.

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Opportunities at NICHD for Early-Career Researchers

Valerie Maholmes describes the mentored-career awards for research in child abuse and neglect.

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P20 Exploratory Center Grant

Charles L. Bowden describes an NIH mechanism that links research centers.

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Pathway to Independence (PI) Award

Mark Chavez answers frequently asked questions about the Pathway to Independence (PI) or K99/R00 Award.

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Pre-doc Awards at NIH

There are also funding options for researchers in PhD programs, states Courtney Ferrell Aklin.

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Responding to Summary Statements

Yonette Thomas advises early-career researchers how to respond to grant reviews.

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SRCD Policy Fellowship

Valerie Maholmes talks about her experience in a policy fellowship program.

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Send Us a Concept Paper First

Program officers like to see a brief description of your ideas first, explains Courtney Ferrell Aklin.

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Setting up a Local Partnership

Margaret R. Weeks describes how a small pilot study led to her current research with sex workers in southern China.

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T32s

Jeannette R. Ickovics describes a tactical approach to getting and running training grants.

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The Bigger Picture: Child in Context

NICHD supports research that considers the influence of multiple environments on children's development, explains Valerie Maholmes.

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The Center Grant

Jasjit S. Ahluwalia discusses the history of the Center Grant and his own experience receiving a Center Grant.

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The D43 Program

Vishwajit Nimgaonkar describes an NIH program that supports training.

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The Epidemiology Branch at NIDA

Yonette Thomas describes the public health arm at the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

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The Funding Treadmill

Funding rates of ten to fifteen percent make the NIMH process a difficult one, agrees Peter Salovey.

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The NIDA Clinical Trials Network

Roger D. Weiss describes this researcher-community collaboration.

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The NIH Loan Repayment Program

Mark Chavez describes the benefits of the extramural NIH loan repayment program.

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The Notice of Grant Award

Victoria J. Grochocinski urges NGA recipients to read the notice carefully.

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Tips for Submitting a Successful K Award Application

Mark Chavez offers advice on what to expect when submitting a K award application to NIH and what applicants can do to make the process go more smoothly.

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Typical Career Trajectory

David Shurtleff outlines a common career trajectory for researchers.

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Understanding the NIH Funding Cycle

Actually receiving your funds takes longer than you think, says Courtney Ferrell Aklin.

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You Need to Convince the Funders

Stephen Moore and Peter Mangione state that you need strong rationale when proposing a new measure to a funding agency.

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Funding for Studies of Underserved Populations
Jasjit S. Ahluwalia examines the changes over time in the amount of funding available for studying underserved populations.


No More Silos
Working with other researchers is essential these days, emphasizes Courtney Ferrell Aklin.



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