Submitting a Grant Proposal

 NIH Grants Submission – Check List For Proposals

(NIH required documents to be written with Arial 11pt, No header or footer on any document)

General Proposal Check List – Documents needed for submission and internal routing

  1. Project Abstract/Summary (Limited to 30 lines)
  2. Project Narrative (Limited to 3 Sentences)
  3. Introduction to application (For resubmission or renewal only; limited to 1 page)
  4. Specific Aims (Limited to 1 page)
  5. Research Strategy (Limited to 12 pages)
  6. Bio-Sketch for all PIs (Bio-Sketch is limited to 4 pages; should include a personal statement and should have 15 publications most relevant to the application)
  7. Facilities and Resources (Describe how existent facilities and resources can contribute to the success of the project)
  8. Personnel Justification (Should include personnel’s effort in calendar months for all personals active in the grant)
  9. Literature Cited
  10. Vertebrate Animals (If using animals)
  11. Budget
  12. Routing Form
  13. Conflict of Interest for all PIs)
  14. Compliance form  (If using any animals or recombinant DNA)
  15. Cost Sharing Form (If existent, do not fill in effort and people at the top)
  16. Letter of Supports
  17. Subcontract with other Institutes
    1. Scope of work
    2. Budget from Sub-Institute
    3. Bio-Sketch for all Sub-Institutes PIs
    4. F&A Agreement of Sub-Institute
    5. Letter of intent/support

18) Cost Analysis form
19) Consortium/Contractual Arrangement
20) Multiple PI leadership plan

NIH Grants Submission – Check List For Subcontract Proposals

(NIH required documents to be written with Arial 11pt, No header or footer on any document)

General Proposal Check List – Documents needed for submission

  1. Subcontract with other Institutes
    1. Scope of work
    2. Budget
    3. Budget Justification (Should include personnel’s effort in calendar months for all personnel active on the grant)
    4. Bio-Sketch for all PIs (Bio-Sketch is limited to 4 pages; should include a personal statement and should have 15 publications most relevant to the application)
    5. Facilities and Resources (Describe how existent facilities and resources can contribute to the success of the project)
    6. F&A Agreement of Sub-Institute
    7. Letter of intent (Should be signed by both the PI(s) and the Institution Authorized Organizational Representative)

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