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Analyzing and utilizing NIH award data for your strategic advantage. Perry Kirkham, Ph.D. Office of the Vice President for Research E-mail: [email protected] Phone: 63645. NIH Workshop topics and dates. 9/20 STEW 202 11/2 STEW 310 2/16 STEW 202.

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Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

Analyzing and utilizing NIH award data for your strategic advantage

Perry Kirkham, Ph.D.

Office of the Vice President for Research

E-mail: [email protected]

Phone: 63645


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

NIH Workshop topics and dates

9/20

STEW 202

11/2

STEW 310

2/16

STEW 202

NIH Overview/IC missions and funding strategies

NIH submission strategies, grantsmanship, and review process

Analyzing and utilizing NIH award data for your strategic advantage


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

Questions and answers from previous workshops

Summary statements

Differential IC missions

Review meetings

Specific aims relative to particular mechanisms

R21 future

Use of the OVPR resources


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

NIH update

NCRR ---> NCATS ($639M)

New initiatives:

Rescuing and repurposing drugs

Designing a tissue chip for drug screening

Identifying and validating drug targets

Programs:

Bridging interventional development gaps

CTSA

Cures Acceleration Network ($50M)

FDA-NIH regulatory science

Office of Rare Diseases Research

Components of the Molecular Libraries

Therapeutics for Rare and Neglected Diseases

http://rarediseases.info.nih.gov/


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

NIH update

NIDA/NIAAA ---> National Institute of Substance Use and Addiction Disorders

FY 2014

Strategic planning underway

Developing a compendium of the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic interactions between alcohol and the therapeutics used to treat general medical and psychiatric conditions (e.g., hypertension, diabetes, epilepsy, depression);

Developing strategies to enhance  stakeholder interest in developing medications to treat various addictions, including nicotine and alcohol;

Targeting efforts to prevent substance abuse in adolescents and young-adults;

Understanding the implications of policy changes on substance use patterns and trajectories, especially in youth;

Furthering knowledge of tobacco use and addiction, including co-morbidity with other addiction and psychiatric disorders


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

  • NIH update

  • FY13 Budget Request ($30.7B)

  • 9414 new and competing Research project grants (increase of 672 over FY12)

  • Discontinue outyear inflationary allowances

  • Reduce non-competing continuation grants by 1% below FY12 levels

  • Negotiate competing grants to maintain average award size

  • $80M in new research money for Alzheimer’s diseases


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

What information can you get from NIH award data?

How do I determine where to send my proposal?

What type of awards have been made in response to a PAR or RFA?

What awards have been made from a given study section?

Which program officer to contact to float ideas about a proposal?

What ideas or fields are funded by the NIH in general and an institute in specific?


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

NIH


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

How do I determine where to send my proposal?

Current and trending IC success rates http://report.nih.gov/success_rates/index.aspx

Grants: Applications, awards, success rates and total funding by IC, mechanism, activity code, and funding source

Research project grants: success rates by type, activity, and IC (FY 2001 – 2011)


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

What type of awards have been made in response to a PAR?

The active announcement may be a reissue of a former announcement


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

Alzheimer’s


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

Anthropology


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

What awards have been made from a given study section?


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

Which program officer to contact to float ideas about a proposal?


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

What ideas or fields are funded by the NIH in general and an institute in specific?

Council reports

Director’s budget requests

RePORTER data

Program officer


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

Aging


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

Aging


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

Agricultural


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

Mathematical Modeling


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

Neurodegeneration


Analyzing and utilizing nih award data for your strategic advantage

Nanotechnology


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