The Life Cycle of an NIH Grant Application. Alicia Dombroski, Ph.D. Deputy Director Division of Extramural Activities NIDCR. A Grant Application Starts with a Great Idea. Who? Scientists at Colleges, Universities, Research Institutes, Small Businesses, Others What?
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Alicia Dombroski, Ph.D.
Division of Extramural Activities
Scientists at Colleges, Universities,
Research Institutes, Small Businesses,
Research relevant to human health
Basic, applied, behavioral,
Applicant organization must register in Grants.Gov and NIH eRA
Application must be signed and submitted
by a business official at the applicant organization
Center for Scientific Review (CSR) at NIH receives all
NIH Applications (~80,000 per year)
Determines locus of peer review (CSR or Institute)
Assigns Integrated Review Group (study section)
Assigns Institute based on scientific area