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MAY 2007 FACTS AND FIGURES ON NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH (NIH) EXTRAMURAL PROGRAMS CONTENTS NIH Budget 2007 and 2008 4-5 Research Project Grants (RPG’s) 6-24 Centers 25-27 R01-Equivalent Grants 28-35 Percent Share 36-38 Targeted Research 39-50 First-Time Investigators 51-63

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MAY 2007

FACTS AND FIGURES ON NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH (NIH) EXTRAMURAL PROGRAMS

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CONTENTS

NIH Budget 2007 and 2008 4-5

Research Project Grants (RPG’s) 6-24

Centers 25-27

R01-Equivalent Grants 28-35

Percent Share 36-38

Targeted Research 39-50

First-Time Investigators 51-63

Research Training and Career Development 64-96

Modular Grants 97-123

Women in Research 124-159

SBIR 160-178

Listing of Individual Slides 179-189

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NIH BUDGET FY 2007 AND 2008:

INFORMATION BY FUNDING MECHANISM

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FY 2007 OPERATING PLAN NIH DISCRETIONARY BUDGET AUTHORITY $29.228 BILLION

Training 2.7%

$764 Million

Research Project Grants 52.7%

$15.417 Billion

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FY 2008 PRESIDENT’S BUDGET REQUEST TOTAL NIH BUDGET AUTHORITY $28.850 BILLION

Training 3.0%

$761 Million

Research Project Grants 52.0%

$15.165 Billion

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RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS:

INFORMATION ON NUMBERS AND FUNDING

Research Project Grants (RPG’s) include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1, UC7, U01, and U19 mechanisms

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NIH COMPETING RPG* APPLICATIONS: TRENDS IN NUMBER, AWARDS AND SUCCESS RATES

* RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1, UC7, U01, and U19 mechanisms

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NIH COMPETING RPG* APPLICANTS: NUMBERS REVIEWED, AWARDED AND FUNDING RATE

* RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1, UC7, U01, and U19 mechanisms

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RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS:

INFORMATION ON SIZE OF AWARDS

Research Project Grants (RPG’s) include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1, UC7, U01, and U19 mechanisms

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AVERAGE SIZE OF COMPETING RPG* AWARDS

* RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1, UC7, U01, and U19 mechanisms

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SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF NIH COMPETING RPG* AWARDS ALL MECHANISMS COMBINED

* RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1, UC7, U01, and U19 mechanisms

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RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS:

INFORMATION ON PERCENT SHARE

Research Project Grants (RPG’s) include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1, UC7, U01, and U19 mechanisms

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NUMBER OF RPG’s* AND SHARE OF ALL RESEARCH GRANTS

* RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1, UC7, U01, and U19 mechanisms

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FUNDING OF RPG’s* AND SHARE OF ALL RESEARCH GRANTS

* RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1, UC7, U01, and U19 mechanisms

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TOTAL NUMBER OF RPG’s* AWARDED AND PERCENT FUNDED THROUGH SOLICITED RESEARCH

Solicited awards are responses to Requests for Applications (RFA’s)

* RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1, UC7, U01, and U19 mechanisms

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TOTAL FUNDING FOR RPG’s* AND PERCENT OF FUNDING THROUGH SOLICITED RESEARCH

Solicited awards are responses to Requests for Applications (RFA’s)

* RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1, UC7, U01, and U19 mechanisms

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CENTERS:

INFORMATION ONNUMBER AND SIZE OF AWARDS

Centers include: G12, M01, P20, P30, P40, P41, P50, P51, P60, R07, U30, U40, U41, U42, U50 and U54

nih center awards by activity fy 2006
NIH CENTER* AWARDS BY ACTIVITYFY 2006

* Center grants are awarded to institutions on behalf of program directors and groups of collaborating investigators. They provide support for long-term, multi-disciplinary programs of research and development. Activities are as follows: G12, M01, P20, P30, P40, P41, P50, P51, P60, R07, U30, U40, U41, U42, U50 and U54

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NUMBER OF NIH CENTER* AWARDS AND AVERAGE SIZE

* Center grants are awarded to institutions on behalf of program directors and groups of collaborating investigators. They provide support for long-term, multi-disciplinary programs of research and development. Activities are as follows: G12, M01, P20, P30, P40, P41, P50, P51, P60, R07, U30, U40, U41, U42, U50 and U54

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R01-EQUIVALENT GRANTS:

INFORMATION ONNUMBER AND FUNDING

R01-Equivalent Grants include R01, R23, R29, and R37 mechanisms

R01 Equivalent* Includes R01, R23, R29 and R37

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NIH COMPETING R01-EQUIVALENT* APPLICATIONS: TRENDS IN NUMBER, AWARDS AND SUCCESS RATES

* R01-Equivalent Grants include R01, R23, R29, and R37 mechanisms

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NIH COMPETING R01-EQUIVALENT* APPLICANTS: NUMBERS REVIEWED, AWARDED AND FUNDING RATE

* R01-Equivalent Grants include R01, R23, R29, and R37 mechanisms

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AVERAGE SIZE OF COMPETING R01-EQUIVALENT* AWARDS

* R01-Equivalent Grants include R01, R23, R29, and R37 mechanisms

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NUMBER OF R01-EQUIVALENT GRANTS* AND PERCENT OF ALL RESEARCH GRANTS

* R01-Equivalent Grants include R01, R23, R29, and R37 mechanisms

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FUNDING OF R01-EQUIVALENT GRANTS* AND PERCENT OF TOTAL RESEARCH GRANT FUNDING

* R01-Equivalent Grants include R01, R23, R29, and R37 mechanisms

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TOTAL NUMBER OF R01-EQUIVALENT GRANTS* AWARDED AND PERCENT FUNDED THROUGH SOLICITED RESEARCH

* R01-Equivalent Grants include R01, R23, R29, and R37 mechanisms

R01 Equivalent* Includes R01, R23, R29 and R37

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TOTAL FUNDING FOR R01-EQUIVALENT GRANTS* AND PERCENT OF FUNDING FOR SOLICITED RESEARCH

* R01-Equivalent Grants include R01, R23, R29, and R37 mechanisms

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PERCENT SHARE:

INFORMATION ONRESEARCH GRANTS BY MECHANISM

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NUMBER OF COMPETING RESEARCH GRANT APPLICATIONS REVIEWED BY MECHANISM OR ACTIVITY

Research Grants (RPGs): Extramural awards made for Other Research Grants, Research Centers, Research Projects, and SBIR/STTRs. Includes activities in the R, P, M, S, K, U series and D42, G12. Activity codes for research projects are as follows: R01, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R29, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, RC1, P01, P42, PN1, U01, U19, UC1 and NIGMS P41. Centers: Center grants are awarded to institutions on behalf of program directors and groups of collaborating investigators. They provide support for long-term, multi-disciplinary programs of research and development. Activities are as follows: G12, M01, P20, P30, P40, P41, P51, P60, U41, U42 and U54. SBIR-STTR: Includes R41, R42, R43 and R44 activities.Research Career: All K activities.Other Research: Research grants not classified as research projects or research centers.

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PERCENT SHARE OF RESEARCH GRANT DOLLARS BY MECHANISM OR ACTIVITY

Research Grants (RPGs): Extramural awards made for Other Research Grants, Research Centers, Research Projects, and SBIR/STTRs. Includes activities in the R, P, M, S, K, U series and D42, G12. Activity codes for research projects are as follows: R01, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R29, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, RC1, P01, P42, PN1, U01, U19, UC1 and NIGMS P41. Centers: Center grants are awarded to institutions on behalf of program directors and groups of collaborating investigators. They provide support for long-term, multi-disciplinary programs of research and development. Activities are as follows: G12, M01, P20, P30, P40, P41, P51, P60, U41, U42 and U54. SBIR-STTR: Includes R41, R42, R43 and R44 activities.Research Career: All K activities.Other Research: Research grants not classified as research projects or research centers.

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TARGETED RESEARCH:

INFORMATION ON UNSOLICITED VS. SOLICITED (RFA’s) SUCCESS RATES, NUMBERS, AND FUNDING

Solicited awards are responses to Requests for Applications (RFA’s)

Changes (2006) required by new electronic submission processes increased the number of applications in response to solicitations

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RPG* FUNDING, UNSOLICITED AND SOLICITED

Solicited awards are responses to Requests for Applications (RFA’s)

* RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1, UC7, U01, and U19 mechanisms

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SUCCESS RATES OF UNSOLICITED AND SOLICITED COMPETING RPG* APPLICATIONS

Solicited awards are responses to Requests for Applications (RFA’s)

* Research Projects are part of research grants, limited to activity codes R01, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R29, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, P01, P42, PN1, UC1, U01, U19 and DP1. No NLM awards are considered to be research projects.

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SUCCESS RATES OF UNSOLICITED AND SOLICITEDNEW (TYPE 1) COMPETING RPG* APPLICATIONS

Solicited awards are responses to Requests for Applications (RFA’s)

* Research Projects are part of research grants, limited to activity codes R01, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R29, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, P01, P42, PN1, UC1, U01, U19 and DP1. No NLM awards are considered to be research projects.

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TOTAL NUMBER OF RPG’s* AWARDED AND PERCENT FUNDED THROUGH SOLICITED RESEARCH

Solicited awards are responses to Requests for Applications (RFA’s)

* RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1, UC7, U01, and U19 mechanisms

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TOTAL FUNDING FOR RPG’s* AND PERCENT FUNDING FOR SOLICITED RESEARCH

Solicited awards are responses to Requests for Applications (RFA’s)

* RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1, UC7, U01, and U19 mechanisms

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TOTAL NUMBER OF R01-EQUIVALENT GRANTS* AWARDED AND PERCENT FUNDED THROUGH SOLICITED RESEARCH

Solicited awards are responses to Requests for Applications (RFA’s)

* R01-Equivalent Grants include R01, R23, R29, and R37 mechanisms when in use

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TOTAL FUNDING FOR R01-EQUIVALENT GRANTS* AND PERCENT OF FUNDING THROUGH SOLICITED RESEARCH

Solicited awards are responses to Requests for Applications (RFA’s)

* R01-Equivalent Grants include R01, R23, R29, and R37 mechanisms when in use

R01 Equivalent* Includes R01, R23, R29 and R37

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RESPONSES TO REQUESTS FOR APPLICATIONS AND PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENTS NIH NEW (TYPE 1) RESEARCH PROJECT GRANT AWARDS BY INSTITUTE/CENTER

Percent of Total

Institute/Center

responses to program announcements nih new type 1 research project grant awards by institute center
RESPONSES TO PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENTS NIH NEW (TYPE 1) RESEARCH PROJECT GRANT AWARDS BY INSTITUTE/CENTER

Percent of Total

Institute/Center

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RESPONSES TO REQUESTS FOR APPLICATIONS NIH NEW (TYPE 1) RESEARCH PROJECT GRANT AWARDS BY INSTITUTE/CENTER

Percent of Total

Institute/Center

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NUMBER OF FIRST TIME AND EXPERIENCED INVESTIGATORS ON COMPETING AND NON-COMPETING RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS

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NUMBER OF FIRST TIME AND EXPERIENCED INVESTIGATORS ON COMPETING AND NON-COMPETING R01-EQUIVALENT GRANTS*

* R01-Equivalent Grants include R01, R23, R29, and R37 mechanisms when in use

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COMPETING AND NON-COMPETING R01-EQUIVALENT GRANTS* TO FIRST TIME AND EXPERIENCED INVESTIGATORS

* R01-Equivalent Grants include R01, R23, R29, and R37 mechanisms when in use

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NUMBER OF COMPETING RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS TO FIRST TIME AND ESTABLISHED INVESTIGATORS

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NUMBER OF COMPETING R01-EQUIVALENT* AWARDS TO

FIRST TIME AND ESTABLISHED INVESTIGATORS

* R01-Equivalent Grants include R01, R23, R29, and R37 mechanisms when in use

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PERCENTAGE OF FIRST TIME INVESTIGATORS AS A PERCENTAGE OF ALL COMPETING AWARDEES RECEIVING RPG OR RO1 EQUIVALENT GRANTS

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PERCENTAGE OF COMPETING GRANTS TO FIRST TIME INVESTIGATORS

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NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF FIRST TIME AND EXPERIENCED INVESTIGATORS RECEIVING COMPETING RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS

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RESEARCH TRAINING AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT:

INFORMATION ON TRAINING AND FELLOWSHIP TRENDS

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NIH RESEARCH TRAINING BUDGETS

*ADAMHA merged with NIH in October 1993

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KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA RESEARCH TRAINING DOLLARS AWARDED

For Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (Kirschstein – NRSA) institutional training grants and fellowships: T32,T34,T35, F30, F31, F32, F33, F34, F35 (until 1997)

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KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA RESEARCH TRAINING DOLLARS AWARDED

Millions

*Adjusted using the Biomedical Research and Development Price Index (BRDPI)

kirschstein nrsa training and fellowship support by activity
KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA TRAINING AND FELLOWSHIP SUPPORT BY ACTIVITY

FY 1998 was the last year that the F35 mechanism was supported

pre and post doctoral positions on kirschstein nrsa training grants and fellowships fy 2006
PRE- AND POST-DOCTORAL POSITIONS ON KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA TRAINING GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS, FY 2006
pre and post doctoral positions on kirschstein nrsa training grants and fellowships fy 200677
PRE- AND POST-DOCTORAL POSITIONS ON KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA TRAINING GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS, FY 2006
estimated fy 2006 pre and post doctoral kirschstein nrsa training positions by institute or center
ESTIMATED FY 2006 PRE- AND POST-DOCTORAL KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA TRAINING POSITIONS, BY INSTITUTE OR CENTER
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STIPENDS

  • Years of Relevant Experience
  • FY 2006 Level

0 = $36,996 4 = $45,048

1 = $38,976 5 = $46,992

2 = $41,796 6 = $48,852

3 = $43,428 7 = $51,036

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RESEARCH TRAINING AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT:

INFORMATION ON CAREER DEVELOPMENT TRENDS

number of nih k awards
NUMBER OF NIH K AWARDS*

Number of Awards

Fiscal Year

* Includes both individual and institutional awards. The actual number of individual participants is higher

total dollars to nih k awards
TOTAL DOLLARS TO NIH K AWARDS

Total Dollars

(in Millions)

Fiscal Year

average nih individual k award size
AVERAGE NIH INDIVIDUAL K AWARD SIZE

Average Dollars

(in Thousands)

Fiscal Year

Excludes Program Awards: K12 and K16

distribution of number of nih k awards by activity
DISTRIBUTION OF NUMBER OF NIH K AWARDS BY ACTIVITY

Activities sorted by number of awards in FY 2000. Competing applications for K04, K11, K14, K15, K16, K17, K20 and K21 were discontinued in FY 1995

dollars awarded to nih k mechanisms by activity
DOLLARS AWARDED TO NIH K MECHANISMS BY ACTIVITY

Competing applications for K04, K11, K14, K15, K16, K17, K20 and K21 were discontinued in FY 1995

dollars awarded to nih k mechanisms by activity86
DOLLARS AWARDED TO NIH K MECHANISMS BY ACTIVITY

Activities sorted by average per annum dollars for the period. Competing applications for K04, K11, K14, K15, K16, K17, K20 and K21 were discontinued in FY 1995

nih k07 applications and awards by institute or center fy 2006
NIH K07 APPLICATIONS* AND AWARDS BY INSTITUTE OR CENTER, FY 2006

* Success Rate Base

** Office of the Director (OD) reflects funding from the Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research

nih k23 applications and awards by institute or center fy 2006
NIH K23 APPLICATIONS* AND AWARDS BY INSTITUTE OR CENTER, FY 2006

* Success Rate Base

** OD reflects funding from the Office of Dietary Supplements

nih k24 applications and awards by institute or center fy 2006
NIH K24 APPLICATIONS* AND AWARDS BY INSTITUTE OR CENTER, FY 2006

Number

NIH Institutes and Centers

* Success Rate Base

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MODULAR GRANTS:

INFORMATION ONSIZE OF APPLICATIONS, PERCENT NEAR CAP, SUBMISSION RATE

Modular Grant Applications began with the January round of FY 2000

Modular Grants are select research grant applications requesting up to $250,000 direct costs per year in modules of $25,000

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DISTRIBUTION OF REQUESTED FIRST-YEAR DIRECT COSTS, COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS

Number

Fiscal Year

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

NIH Investment in Extramural Research and Training Programs

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING$250K IN DIRECT COSTS

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THE INVOLVEMENT OF WOMEN IN NIH EXTRAMURAL RESEARCH, RESEARCH TRAINNG AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS

WOMEN IN RESEARCH:

involvement of women in nih extramural programs
INVOLVEMENT OF WOMEN IN NIH EXTRAMURAL PROGRAMS

How does NIH identify the sex/gender of applicants for NIH Research Grants?

The NIH on the Personal Data Page of the PHS 398 Grant Application form (see http://grants.nih.gov/grants/funding/phs398/personal.doc.

For the electronic application SF424 (R&R) http://grants.nih.gov/grants/funding/424/index.htm this kind of information is collected in the Commons https://commons.era.nih.gov/commons/

Providing information on sex/gender is voluntary.

The information is not provided to reviewers.

The information is protected by the Privacy Act.

About 99% of all awardees provide sex/gender information.

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How has the participation of Women in NIH Research Training Programs Changed over Time?

The number of women receiving individual predoctoral NRSA fellowships increased nearly 5 fold since 1993, but the share of fellowships going to women declined from 73% in 1990 to about 60% in 1993 and has been stable since that time.

Women have slowly increased their share of individual postdoctoral NRSA fellowships. In FY 2006 slightly more than 44% of the recipients were women.

Women have steadily increased their share of both predoctoral and postdoctoral positions on NRSA research training grants. In FY 2006 women comprised more than 55% of the predoctoral positions and more than 50% of the postdoctoral positions.

INVOLVEMENT OF WOMEN IN NIH EXTRAMURAL PROGRAMS

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FEMALE PREDOCTORAL RUTH L. KIRSCHSTEIN NRSA PREDOCTORAL

FELLOWSHIP RECIPIENTS (F31)

FY 1990-2006

Fiscal Year

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FEMALE POSTDOCTORAL RUTH L. KIRSCHSTEIN NRSA

INDIVIDUAL FELLOWSHIP RECIPIENTS (F32)

FY 1990-2006

Fiscal Year

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WOMEN AND MEN SUPPORTED BY NIH

POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS FY 1990-2006

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WOMEN AS A PERCENTAGE OF PREDOCTORAL AND POSTODOCTORAL TRAINEESSUPPORTED BY RUTH L. KIRSCHSTEIN INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH TRAINING GRANTS

Fiscal Year

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WOMEN AND MEN SUPPORTED AS PREDOCTORAL ANDPOSTDOCTORAL TRAINEES ON NIH RESEARCH TRAINING GRANTS FY 1993-2006

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trainee data based on receipt of appointment forms from trainees

between 1 and 10 percent of records uncoded over the years from 1993-2006

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Women on NIH Career Awards

How has the participation of Women in the NIH Career Development Program Changed over Time?

The number of women supported by mentored research career development awards (K01, K08, K23) has increased more than 10 fold since 1990.

The share of awards going to women has increased substantially.

In 1990 24% of mentored career awards were held by women.

That proportion increased to nearly 43% by FY 2006.

The number of women supported by independent research career awards (K02, K24) has increased more than 4 fold since 1990.

The proportion of awards going to women has remained steady at approximately 31% since 1990.

INVOLVEMENT OF WOMEN IN NIH EXTRAMURAL PROGRAMS

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FEMALE RECIPIENTS ON MENTORED (K01, K08, K23) AND

NON-MENTORED (K02, K04) RESEARCH CAREER AWARDS

Fiscal Year

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How has the participation of Women in NIH research training and Career Development Programs Changed over Time?

Women have increased their share of predoctoral and postdoctoral research training and mentored career development positions substantially since 1990.

The share of fellowship positions and independent career awards awarded to women has remained stable.

Women are now close to parity with men on training and mentored career development awards but still lag behind men on independent career development awards.

INVOLVEMENT OF WOMEN IN NIH EXTRAMURAL PROGRAMS

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PARTICIPATION RATES FOR WOMEN IN SELECTED RESEARCH TRAINING AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES WOMEN AS PERCENT OF CODED PARTICIPANTS FY 1990 – 2006 (TO DATE)

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How has the participation of women in NIH research programs changed over time?

Looking at all research grants (includes all research project grants, center grants, research career awards, SBIR, STTR and a few others)

Over the period from 1994 to 2006 the total number of research grants going to women has nearly doubled and the total amount of those awards has increased more than 3 fold.

Women received 16.9% of all research grants in 1994 and 21.3% in 2006.

The average size of a research grant to female PIs is about 80% of the average size of a research grant awarded to a male PI.

INVOLVEMENT OF WOMEN IN NIH EXTRAMURAL PROGRAMS

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NUMBER OF RESEARCH GRANT AWARDS TO WOMEN AND

MEN AND PERCENTAGE OF AWARDS TO WOMEN

FY 1994 - 2006

Number

Percent

Fiscal Year

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AVERAGE SIZE OF RESEARCH GRANT AWARDS TO WOMEN AND MEN ALONG WITH

WOMEN'S GRANTS EXPRESSED AS A PERCENTAGE OF THE SIZE OF MEN'S GRANTS

FY 1994-2006

Women's Grants as a Percent of Men’s

Average Grant (Dollars)

Fiscal Year

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NIH COMPETING AND NON-COMPETING RESEARCH

GRANT AWARDS, FY 1994 - 2006

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Broken down by budget category, what proportion of awards went to women in FY 2006?

Across budget categories, women were Principal Investigators (PIs) on about 17% of Centers and SBIR/STTR grants, between 25% and 26% of the RPGs, and other Research Grants, and on 39% of all career awards.

Across budget categories, women PIs on grants comprise 11% of the total funding for Centers, 16% of the SBIR/STTR grants, 16% of the other Research Grants, 23% of the RPGs, and 36% of the career awards.

The average size of grants going to women compared to men varies across budget category from 55% on other Research Grants to 97% on SBIR/STTR awards.

For RPGs in FY 2006 the average size of grant with a female PI is 92% of the size of a grant to a male.

INVOLVEMENT OF WOMEN IN NIH EXTRAMURAL PROGRAMS

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AVERAGE SIZE OF GRANTS TO WOMEN COMPARED TO

MEN BY BUDGET CATEGORY FY 2006

Women’s Grants as a Percent of Men’s

Dollars

Budget Category

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NIH RESEARCH GRANTS BY BUDGET CATEGORY, FY 2006

FY 2006 data as of January 22, 2007

Source: IMPAC-II Pub files – Program awards_by_gender_050921_fy2006_rfm

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How has the participation of women as Principal Investigators on NIH traditional research grants (R01s) changed over time?

Since 1994 the number of competing and non-competing R01 awards going to female PIs has increased from 4,459 to 7,046 or nearly 1.6 fold.

The total amount of those grants has increased 2.8 fold.

The proportion of R01s going to women has increased from 20% in 1994 to more than 24% in 2006

In FY 2006, the average size of an R01 with a female PI was $367,326 in total costs and was about 2 percent larger than an R01 with a male PI.

Since 1998, the success rate for female applicants on new (Type 1) R01 grants has been slightly higher than that for male applicants.

Since 1998, the success rate for female applicants on renewal (Type 2) R01 grants has been on average 4% below that of male applicants

INVOLVEMENT OF WOMEN IN NIH EXTRAMURAL PROGRAMS

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NUMBER OF R01 EQUIVALENT AWARDS TO WOMEN AND MEN WITH PERCENTAGE OF AWARDS TO WOMEN, FY 1994 - 2006

Number

Percent

Fiscal Year

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AVERAGE SIZE OF R01 EQUIVALENT GRANTS (R01, R29, R37) AWARDS TO WOMEN AND MEN ALONG WITH WOMEN'S GRANTS EXPRESSED AS A PERCENTAGE OF THE SIZE OF MEN'S GRANTS, FY 1994 - 2006

Women’s Grants as a Percent of Men’s

Average Grant (Dollars)

Fiscal Year

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NIH COMPETING AND NON-COMPETING

R01 EQUIVALENT AWARDS, FY 1994 - 2006

Data from IMPAC-2

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SUCCESS RATES OF MALE VS. FEMALE APPLICANTS ONNEW (TYPE 1) AND CONTINUING (TYPE 2) NIH R01 APPLICATIONS FY 1998 - 2006

Success Rate

Fiscal Year

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SUCCESS RATE ON NIH COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS

BY GENDER OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR

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How has the participation of women as Principal Investigators on NIH Research Project Grants (RPGs) and as reviewers changed over time?

During the period since FY 1998, the amount awarded compared to the amount requested on RPG applications has remained about the same for male and female applicants.

Over this same time period, women have requested between 83% and 96% of the amount requested by men.

Over the period from FY 1985 to FY 2003, men generally have experienced higher success rates than women on RPG grant applications. During the period from FY 2003 to FY 2006 success rates have been almost equivalent.

Over the period from FY 1980 to FY 2006 women have shown substantial gains in their share of all Research grant mechanisms including all career award, research project grants, SBIR/STTR awards and Research Centers.

The proportion of women on Center for Scientific Review (CSR) initial review panels has remained higher than their proportion on R01 applications and has increased over the years since FY 2000.

INVOLVEMENT OF WOMEN IN NIH EXTRAMURAL PROGRAMS

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HOW HAS THE PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN AS PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS ON NIH RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS (RPGS) AND AS REVIEWERS CHANGED OVER TIME?

Dollars Awarded/Dollars Requested

Fiscal Year

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AMOUNT OF AVERAGE REQUESTED (TOTAL) COSTS OF

RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS, FY 1998 – 2006

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AMOUNTS REQUESTED COMPARED TO AMOUNTS AWARDS FOR NIH COMPETING

RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS BY GENDER OF THE PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR,

FY 1998 - 2006

Source: IMPAC-II Publication files as of April5, 2007 Program gend_070405_rfm

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SUCCESS RATES FOR WOMEN AND MEN ON COMPETING

PG APPLICATIONS FY 1985 - 2006

Success Rate

Fiscal Year

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SUCCESS RATES FOR WOMEN AND MEN ON NIH COMPETING RESEARCH

PROJECT GRANT APPLICATIONS, FY 1985 - 2006

Source: Success rate file, CGAF2004 and IMPAC-II as of Sept 20, 2005

Program: SRF_Gender_050921_rfm Excludes applications without coded genders

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FEMALE INVESTIGATORS AS A PERCENT OF TOTAL

AWARDS BY AWARD MECHANISM FY 1980-2005

Percent of Total Awards

Fiscal Year

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PERCENTAGE OF WOMEN ON STANDING CSR PEER REVIEW PANELS

COMPARED TO THE PERCENTAGE OF WOMEN AS

APPLICANTS FOR NIH R01 GRANTS

Dollars Awarded/Dollars Requested

Fiscal Year

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Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR):

Numbers and Success Rates of SBIR Awards

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AVERAGE PRIORITY SCORE OF COMPETING RPG*& SBIR* AWARDS BY PHASE FY 1995 - 2006

  • RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1, UC7, U01, and U19 mechanisms
  • SBIR Include 'R43','R44','U43','U44'
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NIH COMPETING RPG* APPLICATIONS TRENDS IN NUMBER, AWARDS AND SUCCESS RATES and SBIR* SUCCESS RATE FY 1995 -2007

RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1

  • SBIR Include 'R43','R44','U43','U44'
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NUMBER OF COMPETING RPG* and SBIR* APPLICATIONS REVIEWED by FISCAL YEAR FY 1995 - 2006

  • RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1, UC7, U01, and U19 mechanisms
  • SBIR Include 'R43','R44','U43','U44'
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SUCCESS RATE OF NIH COMPETING RPG* & SBIR* AWARDS FY 1995 - 2006

  • RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1, UC7, U01, and U19 mechanisms
  • SBIR Include 'R43','R44','U43','U44'
percent change in competing rpg sbir applications fy 1996 2006
PERCENT CHANGE IN COMPETING RPG* & SBIR* APPLICATIONS FY 1996 -2006
  • SBIR Include 'R43','R44','U43','U44'

RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1

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SBIR* PHASE I FUNDED & UNFUNDED COMPETING APPLICATIONS AND AWARDS FY 1995 - 2006

  • SBIR Include 'R43','R44','U43','U44'
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NIH PHASE II FUNDED & UNFUNDED COMPETING SBIR* AWARDS: TRENDS IN NUMBER, AND SUCCESS RATES FY 1995 - 2006

  • SBIR Include 'R43','R44','U43','U44'
number of nih competing sbir applications fy 1995 2006
NUMBER OF NIH COMPETING SBIR* APPLICATIONS FY 1995 - 2006

Phase 1 = All R43 and U43 and Phase 2 = R44 and U44

number of nih competing sbir awards fy 1995 2006
NUMBER OF NIH COMPETING SBIR* AWARDS FY 1995 - 2006

Phase 1 = R43 and U43 and Phase 2 = R44 and U44

  • SBIR Include 'R43','R44','U43','U44'
success rates for nih sbir competing applications fy 1995 2006
SUCCESS RATES FOR NIH SBIR* COMPETING APPLICATIONS, FY 1995 - 2006

Phase 1 = R43 and U43 and Phase 2 = R44 and U44 SBIR Include 'R43','R44','U43','U44'

nih competing rpg and sbir success rate fy 1998 2006
NIH COMPETING RPG* AND SBIR* SUCCESS RATEFY 1998 -2006
  • SBIR Include 'R43','R44','U43','U44'
nih competing rpg type i and sbir phase i success rate fy 1998 2006
NIH COMPETING RPG* TYPE I AND SBIR* PHASE I SUCCESS RATE FY 1998 -2006
  • SBIR Include 'R43','R44','U43','U44'

RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1

nih competing rpg type ii and sbir phase ii success rate fy 1998 2006
NIH COMPETING RPG* TYPE II AND SBIR* PHASE II SUCCESS RATE FY 1998 - 2006
  • SBIR Include 'R43','R44','U43','U44'

RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1

projected rpg success rates
PROJECTED RPG* SUCCESS RATES

Actual

Projected

RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1

sbir sttr budget share of extramural r d fy 2006
SBIR /STTR* BUDGET SHARE OF EXTRAMURAL R&D FY 2006
  • SBIR/STTR Include R41, R42 'R43','R44','U43','U44'
projections of sbir and rpg success rates fy 2007 2010
PROJECTIONS OF SBIR* AND RPG* SUCCESS RATES FY 2007 - 2010

Includes effects of SBIR set-aside increase

  • SBIR Include 'R43','R44','U43','U44'

RPG’s include R01, R23, R29, R37, DP1, P01, P42, PN1, R03, R15, R21, R22, R23, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37, R55, R56, UC1

projected maximum priority score pay line of sbir applications under doubling of set aside
PROJECTED MAXIMUM PRIORITY SCORE (PAY LINE) OF SBIR* APPLICATIONS UNDER DOUBLING OF SET-ASIDE

Unspent Set-aside (Thousands) due to lack of scored/meritorious applications

  • SBIR Include 'R43','R44','U43','U44'
success rates for sbir applications by idea and other states fy 2006
SUCCESS RATES FOR SBIR* APPLICATIONS BY IDEA AND OTHER STATES FY 2006
  • SBIR Include 'R43','R44','U43','U44'
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INDEX

Slide Title Slide Number

NIH BUDGET FY 2007 AND 2008: Information on NIH Budget by Funding Mechanism 03

FY 2007 ESTIMATE TOTAL NIH BUDGET AUTHORITY $28.578 BILLION 04

FY 2008 PRESIDENT’S BUDGET REQUEST TOTAL NIH BUDGET AUTHORITY $28.850 BILLION 05

RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS: Information on Numbers and Funding 06

NIH COMPETING RPG* APPLICATIONS: TRENDS IN NUMBER, AWARDS AND SUCCESS RATES07

NIH COMPETING RPG* APPLICANTS: NUMBERS REVIEWED, AWARDED AND FUNDINGRATE08

RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS: Information on Size of Awards 09

AVERAGE SIZE OF COMPETING RPG* AWARDS 10

SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF NIH COMPETING RPG* AWARDS ALL MECHANISMS COMBINED 11

SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF NIH COMPETING RPG AWARDS – R01’s 12

SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF NIH COMPETING RPG AWARDS – P01’s 13

SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF NIH COMPETING RPG AWARDS – R03’s 14

SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF NIH COMPETING RPG AWARDS – R15’s 15

SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF NIH COMPETING RPG AWARDS – R21’s 16

SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF NIH COMPETING RPG AWARDS – R37’s 17

SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF NIH COMPETING RPG AWARDS – U01’s 18

SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF NIH COMPETING RPG AWARDS – U19’s 19

RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS: Information on Percent Share 20

NUMBER OF RPG’s* AND SHARE OF ALL RESEARCH GRANTS 21

FUNDING OF RPG’s* AND SHARE OF ALL RESEARCH GRANTS 22

TOTAL NUMBER OF RPG’s* AWARDED AND PERCENT FUNDED THROUGH SOLICITED RESEARCH 23

TOTAL FUNDING FOR RPG’s* AND PERCENT OF FUNDING THROUGH SOLICITED RESEARCH 24

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Slide Title Slide Number

CENTERS: Information on Numbers and Size of Awards 25

NIH CENTER* AWARDS BY ACTIVITY FY 2006 26

NUMBER OF NIH CENTER* AWARDS AND AVERAGE SIZE 27

R01-EQUIVALENT GRANTS: Information on Number and Funding 28

NIH COMPETING R01-EQUIVALENT* APPLICATIONS: TRENDS IN NUMBER, AWARDS AND SUCCESS RATES 29

NIH COMPETING R01-EQUIVALENT* APPLICANTS: NUMBERS REVIEWED, AWARDED AND FUNDING RATE 30

AVERAGE SIZE OF COMPETING R01-EQUIVALENT* AWARDS 31

NUMBER OF R01-EQUIVALENT GRANTS* AND PERCENT OF ALL RESEARCH GRANTS 32

FUNDING OF R01-EQUIVALENT GRANTS* AND PERCENT OF TOTAL RESEARCH GRANT FUNDING 33

TOTAL NUMBER OF R01-EQUIVALENT GRANTS* AWARDED

AND PERCENT FUNDED THROUGH SOLICITED RESEARCH 34

TOTAL FUNDING FOR R01-EQUIVALENT GRANTS* AND PERCENT OF FUNDING FOR SOLICITED RESEARCH 35

PERCENT SHARE: Information on Research Grants by Mechanism 36

NUMBER OF COMPETING RESEARCH GRANT APPLICATIONS REVIEWED BY MECHANISM OR ACTIVITY 37

PERCENT SHARE OF RESEARCH GRANT DOLLARS BY MECHANISM OR ACTIVITY 38

TARGETED RESEARCH:

Information on Unsolicited vs. Solicited (RFA’s) Success Rates, Numbers, and Funding 39

RPG* FUNDING, UNSOLICITED AND SOLICITED 40

SUCCESS RATES OF UNSOLICITED AND SOLICITED COMPETING RPG* APPLICATIONS 41

SUCCESS RATES OF UNSOLICITED AND SOLICITED NEW (TYPE 1) COMPETING RPG* APPLICATIONS 42

NUMBER OF RFA’s COMPARED TO TOTAL NIH APPROPRIATIONS 43

TOTAL NUMBER OF RPG’s* AWARDED AND PERCENT FUNDED THROUGH SOLICITED RESEARCH 44

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INDEX

Slide Title Slide Number

TOTAL FUNDING FOR RPG’s* AND PERCENT FUNDING FOR SOLICITED RESEARCH 45

TOTAL NUMBER OF R01-EQUIVALENT GRANTS* AWARDED AND PERCENT FUNDED

THROUGH SOLICITED RESEARCH 46

TOTAL FUNDING FOR R01-EQUIVALENT GRANTS* AND PERCENT OF FUNDING THROUGH

SOLICITED RESEARCH 47

RESPONSES TO REQUESTS FOR APPLICATIONS AND PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENTS NIH NEW (TYPE 1)

RESEARCH PROJECT GRANT AWARDS BY INSTITUTE/CENTER 48

RESPONSES TO PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENTS NIH NEW (TYPE 1) RESEARCH PROJECT GRANT AWARDS BY INSTITUTE/CENTER 49

RESPONSES TO REQUESTS FOR APPLICATIONS NIH NEW (TYPE 1) RESEARCH PROJECT GRANT AWARDS BY INSTITUTE/CENTER 50

INFORMATION ON FIRST-TIME INVESTIGATORS 51

NUMBER OF FIRST TIME AND EXPERIENCED INVESTIGATORS ON COMPETING

AND NON-COMPETING RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS 52

COMPETING AND NON-COMPETING RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS TO FIRST TIME AND EXPERIENCED

INVESTIGATORS 53

NUMBER OF FIRST TIME AND EXPERIENCED INVESTIGATORS ON COMPETING

AND NON-COMPETING R01-EQUIVALENT GRANTS* 54

COMPETING AND NON-COMPETING R01-EQUIVALENT GRANTS* TO FIRST TIME

AND EXPERIENCED INVESTIGATORS 55

NUMBER OF COMPETING RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS TO FIRST TIME AND ESTABLISHED INVESTIGATORS 56

NUMBER OF COMPETING R01-EQUIVALENT* AWARDS TO FIRST TIME AND ESTABLISHED INVESTIGATORS 57

FIRST TIME INVESTIGATORS AS A PERCENTAGE OF ALL COMPETING AWARDEES 58

PERCENTAGE OF COMPETING GRANTS TO FIRST TIME INVESTIGATORS 59

NUMBER OF FIRST TIME AND EXPERIENCED INVESTIGATORS RECEIVING

COMPETING RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS 60

NUMBER OF FIRST TIME AND EXPERIENCED INVESTIGATORS RECEIVING COMPETING

R01-EQUIVALENT AWARDS 61

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Slide Title Slide Number

PERCENTAGE OF FIRST TIME INVESTIGATORS AWARDED THE INDICATED RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS 62

NUMBER OF FIRST TIME INVESTIGATORS AWARDED THE INDICATED RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS 63

RESEARCH TRAINING AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT: Information on Trends in NIH Training and Fellowships 64

NIH RESEARCH TRAINING BUDGETS 65

KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA RESEARCH TRAINING DOLLARS AWARDED 66

KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA RESEARCH TRAINING DOLLARS AWARDED 67

NUMBER OF KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA TRAINING GRANT (T32) APPLICATIONS REVIEWED AND AWARDED 68

NUMBER OF KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA PRE-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP (F31) APPLICATIONS

REVIEWED AND AWARDED 69

NUMBER OF KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP (F32) APPLICATIONS

REVIEWED AND AWARDED 70

KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA TRAINING AND FELLOWSHIP SUPPORT BY ACTIVITY 71

PRE-DOCTORAL AND POST-DOCTORAL POSITIONS ON KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA TRAINING

GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS 72

PRE-DOCTORAL AND POST-DOCTORAL POSITIONS ON KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA TRAINING

GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS 73

PERCENT OF KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA RESEARCH TRAINING TO PRE- AND POST-DOCTORAL POSITIONS 74 SUCCESS RATES FOR COMPETING KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING GRANTS 75

PRE- AND POST-DOCTORAL POSITIONS ON KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA TRAINING GRANTS

AND FELLOWSHIPS, FY 2006 76

PRE- AND POST-DOCTORAL POSITIONS ON KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA TRAINING GRANTS

AND FELLOWSHIPS, FY 2006 77

ESTIMATED FY 2006 PRE- AND POST-DOCTORAL KIRSCHSTEIN-NRSA TRAINING POSITIONS,

BY INSTITUTE OR CENTER 78

STIPENDS 79

RESEARCH TRAINING AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT: Information on Career Development Trends 80

NUMBER OF NIH K AWARDS* 81

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Slide Title Slide Number

TOTAL DOLLARS TO NIH K AWARDS 82

AVERAGE NIH INDIVIDUAL K AWARD SIZE 83

DISTRIBUTION OF NUMBER OF NIH K AWARDS BY ACTIVITY 84

DOLLARS AWARDED TO NIH K MECHANISMS BY ACTIVITY 85

DOLLARS AWARDED TO NIH K MECHANISMS BY ACTIVITY 86

TRENDS IN NUMBER OF INDIVIDUAL NIH K AWARDS BY INSTITUTE OR CENTER 87

TRENDS IN FUNDING INDIVIDUAL NIH K AWARDS BY INSTITUTE OR CENTER 88

TRENDS IN NUMBER OF NIH K08 AWARDS BY INSTITUTE OR CENTER 89

NIH SUCCESS RATES FOR SELECTED K ACTIVITIES 90

NIH K01 APPLICATIONS* AND AWARDS BY INSTITUTE OR CENTER 91

NIH K02 APPLICATIONS* AND AWARDS BY INSTITUTE OR CENTER 92

NIH K07 APPLICATIONS* AND AWARDS BY INSTITUTE OR CENTER 93

NIH K08 APPLICATIONS* AND AWARDS BY INSTITUTE OR CENTER 94

NIH K23 APPLICATIONS* AND AWARDS BY INSTITUTE OR CENTER, FY 2006 95

NIH K24 APPLICATIONS* AND AWARDS BY INSTITUTE OR CENTER, FY 2006 96

MODULAR GRANTS: Information on Size of Applications, Percent Near Cap, Submission Rate 97

DISTRIBUTION OF REQUESTED FIRST-YEAR DIRECT COSTS, COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS 98

TRENDS IN REQUESTED FIRST-YEAR DIRECT COSTS, COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS 99

MODULAR GRANT APPLICATIONS PER INVESTIGATOR 100

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS 101

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NLM) 102

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NIBIB) 103

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Slide Title Slide Number

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NHLBI) 104

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NEI) 105

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NINR) 106

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NIDCR) 107

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NINDS) 108

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NIA) 109

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NIEHS) 110

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NIDDK) 111

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NHGRI) 112

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NCCAM) 113

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NIAID) 114

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NIAMS) 115

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NIDA) 116

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NICHD) 117

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NIGMS) 118

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NIAAA) 119

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NCI) 120

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NIDCD) 121

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NCRR) 122

PERCENTAGE OF AWARDED COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS REQUESTING $250K IN DIRECT COSTS (NIMH) 123

WOMEN IN RESEARCH: The Involvement of Women in NIH Extramural Research Training and Career Development Programs 124

How does NIH identify the sex/gender of applicants for NIH Research Grants? 125

How has the participation of Women in NIH Research Training Programs Changed over Time? 126

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Slide Title Slide Number

FEMALE PREDOCTORAL RUTH L. KIRSCHSTEIN NRSA PREDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP RECIPIENTS (F31) 127

NIH RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP AWARDS FY 1990-2006 128

FEMALE POSTDOCTORAL RUTH L. KIRSCHSTEIN NRSA INDIVIDUAL FELLOWSHIP RECIPIENTS

(F32) FY 1990-2006 129

WOMAN AND MEN SUPPORTED BY NIH POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS FY 1990 – 2006 130

WOMEN AS A PERCENTAGE OF PREDOCTORAL AND POSTODOTORAL TRAINESSUPPORTED BY

RUTH L. KIRSCHSTEIN INTITUTIONAL RESEARCH TRAINING GRANTS 131

WOMEN AND MEN SUPPORTED AS PREDOCTORAL ANDPOSTDOCTORAL TRAINEES ON NIH

RESEARCH TRAINING GRANTS FY 1993-2006 132

HOW HAS THE PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN IN THE NIH CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

CHANGED OVER TIME? 133

FEMALE RECIPIENTS ON MENTORED (K01, K08, K23) AND NON-MENTORED (K02, K04) RESEARCH

CAREER AWARDS 134

NIH RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT AWARDS, FY 1990 – 2005 135

NIH RESEARCH CAREER AWARDS, FY 1990 – 2005 136

HOW HAS THE PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN IN NIH RESEARCH TRAINING AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT

PROGRAMS CHANGED OVER TIME? 137

PARTICIPATION RATES FOR WOMEN IN SELECTED RESEARCH TRAINING AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT

ACTIVITIES WOMEN AS PERCENT OF CODED PARTICIPANTS FY 1990 – 2006 (TO DATE) 138

HOW HAS THE PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN IN NIH RESEARCH PROGRAMS CHANGED OVER TIME? 139

NUMBER OF RESEARCH GRANT AWARDS TO WOMEN AND MEN AND PERCENTAGE OF AWARDS TO

WOMEN FY 1994 – 2006 140

AVERAGE SIZE OF RESEARCH GRANT AWARDS TO WOMEN AND MEN ALONG WITH WOMEN'S

GRANTS EXPRESSED AS A PERCENTAGE OF THE SIZE OF MEN'S GRANTS FY 1994-2006 141

NIH COMPETING AND NON-COMPETING RESEARCH GRANT AWARDS, FY 1994 – 2006 142

BROKEN DOWN BY BUDGET CATEGORY, WHAT PROPORTION OF AWARDS WENT TO WOMEN IN FY 2006? 143

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SLIDE TITLE SLIDE NUMBER

AVERAGE SIZE OF GRANTS TO WOMEN COMPARED TO MEN BY BUDGET CATEGORY FY 2006 144

NIH RESEARCH GRANTS BY BUDGET CATEGORY, FY 2006 145

HOW HAS THE PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN AS PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS ON NIH TRADITIONAL

RESEARCH GRANTS (R01S) CHANGED OVER TIME? 146

NUMBER OF R01 EQUIVALENT AWARDS TO WOMEN AND MEN WITH PERCENTAGE OF AWARDS

TO WOMEN, FY 1994 – 2006 147

AVERAGE SIZE OF R01 EQUIVALENT GRANTS (R01, R29, R37) AWARDS TO WOMEN AND MEN

ALONG WITH WOMEN'S GRANTS EXPRESSED AS A PERCENTAGE OF THE SIZE OF MEN'S

GRANTS, FY 1994 – 2006 148

NIH COMPETING AND NON-COMPETING R01 EQUIVALENT AWARDS, FY 1994 - 2006 149

SUCCESS RATES OF MALE VS. FEMALE APPLICANTS ON NEW (TYPE 1) AND CONTINUING (TYPE 2)

NIH R01 APPLICATIONS FY 1998 – 2006 150

SUCCESS RATE ON NIH COMPETING R01 APPLICATIONS BY GENDER OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR 151

HOW HAS THE PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN AS PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS ON NIH RESEARCH

PROJECT GRANTS (RPGS) AND AS REVIEWERS CHANGED OVER TIME? 152

HOW HAS THE PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN AS PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS ON NIH RESEARCH

PROJECT GRANTS (RPGS) AND AS REVIEWERS CHANGED OVER TIME? 153

AMOUNT OF AVERAGE REQUESTED (TOTAL) COSTS OF RESEARCH PROJECT GRANTS, FY 1998 – 2006 154

AMOUNTS REQUESTED COMPARED TO AMOUNTS AWARDS FOR NIH COMPETING RESEARCH

PROJECT GRANTS BY GENDER OF THE PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR, FY 1998 – 2006 155

SUCCESS RATES FOR WOMEN AND MEN ON COMPETING RPG APPLICATIONS FY 1985 – 2006 156

SUCCESS RATES FOR WOMEN AND MEN ON NIH COMPETING RESEARCH PROJECT GRANT

APPLICATIONS, FY 1985 – 2006 157

FEMALE INVESTIGATORS AS A PERCENT OF TOTAL AWARDS BY AWARD MECHANISM FY 1980-2005 158

PERCENTAGE OF WOMEN ON STANDING CSR PEER REVIEW PANELS COMPARED TO THE

PERCENTAGE OF WOMEN AS APPLICANTS FOR NIH R01 GRANTS 159

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Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) : Numbers and Success Rates of SBIR Awards160

AVERAGE PRIORITY SCORE OF COMPETING RPG* & SBIR* AWARDS BY PHASE FY 1995 – 2006 161

NIH COMPETING RPG* APPLICATIONS TRENDS IN NUMBER, AWARDS AND SUCCESS RATES and SBIR*

SUCCESS RATE FY 1995 -2007 162

NUMBER OF COMPETING RPG* and SBIR* APPLICATIONS REVIEWED by FISCAL YEAR FY 1995 – 2006 163

SUCCESS RATE OF NIH COMPETING RPG* & SBIR* AWARDS FY 1995 – 2006 164

PERCENT CHANGE IN COMPETING RPG* & SBIR* APPLICATIONS FY 1996 -2006 165

SBIR* PHASE I FUNDED & UNFUNDED COMPETING APPLICATIONS AND AWARDS FY 1995 – 2006 166

NIH PHASE II FUNDED & UNFUNDED COMPETING SBIR* AWARDS: TRENDS IN NUMBER, AND

SUCCESS RATES FY 1995 – 2006 167

NUMBER OF NIH COMPETING SBIR* APPLICATIONS FY 1995 – 2006 168

NUMBER OF NIH COMPETING SBIR* AWARDS FY 1995 – 2006 169

SUCCESS RATES FOR NIH SBIR* COMPETING APPLICATIONS, FY 1995 – 2006 170

NIH COMPETING RPG* AND SBIR* SUCCESS RATE FY 1998 -2006 171

NIH COMPETING RPG* TYPE I AND SBIR* PHASE I SUCCESS RATE FY 1998 -2006 172

NIH COMPETING RPG* TYPE II AND SBIR* PHASE II SUCCESS RATE FY 1998 - 2006 173

PROJECTED RPG* SUCCESS RATES 174

SBIR /STTR* BUDGET SHARE OF EXTRAMURAL R&D FY 2006 175

PROJECTIONS OF SBIR* AND RPG* SUCCESS RATES FY 2007 – 2010 176

PROJECTED MAXIMUM PRIORITY SCORE (PAY LINE) OF SBIR* APPLICATIONS UNDER DOUBLING

OF SET-ASIDE 177

SUCCESS RATES FOR SBIR* APPLICATIONS BY IDEA AND OTHER STATES FY 2006 178

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