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Pre-Award and Award Process

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When NIH awards a grant, we are formalizing our partnership with the grantee to ensure compliance with federal laws, regulations and policies. This protects the integrity of the overall scientific endeavor. This page describes what happens between peer review through award for applicants whose applications have been deemed highly meritorious in the scientific peer review process.

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Protecting U.S. Biomedical Intellectual Innovation

NIH and the biomedical research enterprise have a long history of International collaborations with rules of engagement that allow science to advance while also protecting intellectual capital and proprietary information of the participating countries. These rules of engagement also are designed to limit bias in the design, conduct, and reporting of NIH-supported research. This page describes actions that NIH, institutions, and researchers can take to protect U.

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Peer Review

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Preparing your application using ASSIST

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What Does NIH Look For?

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Who Is Eligible?

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Each type of NIH grant program has its own set of eligibility requirements. Applicants can find eligibility information in section III of each funding opportunity announcement (FOA). While the principal investigator (PI) conceives and writes the application, NIH recognizes the applicant institution as the grantee for most grant types.

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Guidelines & Review Criteria

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Note to Reviewers: These documents are provided as general reviewer orientation to NIH peer review. For meeting specific information, please rely on the documents and links provided by your SRO.

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