NLM Biomedical Informatics Training Programs - 2007. The National Library of Medicine supports training centers to meet the needs of scientific investigators and leaders trained in biomedical computing. The areas of training must be in health related domains: Health Care Delivery
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Office of Extramural Research Training & Research Career Opportunities including the NIH Loan Repayment Program:
NIH Forms & Applications:
NIH Guide Announcement on delay of E-Application Submission for Training grants and Other NIH Grants and Fellowships:
CS – Computer Science E- Engineering PF – Priority Field
FY 2007 Stipend Level.
(type, activity, ID serial no.)
Series 4400Statistics/Research Methods/Informatics
4410 – Biostatistics and/or biometry
4420 – Bioinformatics
4430 – Computational Sciences
4440 – Information Science
4450 – Clinical Trial Methodology
Please indicate one of the above codes in the PHS-2271 if applicable.
[NLM Table for Priority Fields & Education as applicable]
[NLM provides $200/mo. TRE per the program announcement]
Formula: .08 x (TDC- tuition) = F&A
$1,000,000 Total Cost Award - NLM Commitment
- 250,000 *Available unobligated balance of $300,000 reported on FSR
$ 750,000 New fiscal year funding added to make NLM commitment
* Of the $300,000 reported on the FSR as an unobligated balance, $50,000 was used to partial-pay prior year award so only $250,000 is available to fund the current year award.
Grantees, prior to expending NIH/DHHS funding, must identify any COIs related to investigators (PIs, Key Personnel, Sub-awardees, etc.) and notify the NIH/DHHS awarding component.
Saturn University has identified a conflict of interest for Dr. John Smith and this conflict of interest has been managed, reduced or eliminated in accordance with Title 42, Part 50, Subpart F, g.,(2).
The NIH awarding component will respond to the grantee that the
cognizant IC at the NIH received the notification of a COI. The IC may choose at that time to inquire about the surrounding details of the COI which then should be provide to the IC awarding component as requested.