NIH Fellowships and Career Development grants Powerpoint

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New Investigator (NI)
 Has not been PI on a significant NIH research grant (R01)
Can have obtained small research grants (e.g., R03, R21),
previous K or F grants, or been on T32
Early Stage Investigator (ESI)
A new investigator within 10 years of doctorate or
completing residency
Status of NI or ESI defined in your eRA Commons profile &
check with RMG at Stanford
http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/new_investigators/index.htm
National Research Service Awards (NRSAs)
 Training Grants (T32, 34, 35, 90)
 Fellowship Grants (F30-33 series) for early training
 US Citizen, Non-Citizen National, or lawfully admitted for
Permanent Residence
Must have a PhD or MD or comparable doctoral degree from an
accredited domestic or foreign institution
Program
Description
F30
Predoctoral Fellowship
Combined MD/PhD and other dual-doctoral degree training.
F31
Predoctoral Fellowship
Dissertation research and training in scientific health-related fields relevant to the
missions of the participating NIH Institutes and Centers.
F32
Individual Postdoctoral
For individuals to broaden their scientific background and extend their potential
for research in specified health-related areas.
F33
NRSA for Senior Fellows
To support experienced scientists who wish to make major changes in the direction
of their research careers or who wish to broaden their scientific background by
acquiring new research capabilities as independent investigators.
F32s are mostly unsolicited
http://grants.nih.gov/training/f_files_nrsa.htm
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F32 Section
Specific Aims
1
Research Strategy
6
Respective Contributions
1
Selection of Sponsor and Institution
1
RCR
1
Goals for Fellowship Training and Career
1
Activities Planned Under This Award
1
Doctoral Dissertation and Other Research Experience
2
Sponsor and Co-Sponsor
6
Biographical Sketch
4
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F32s are training awards, not research awards
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Major review considerations are your:
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potential for a productive career
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need for the proposed training
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the degree to which the research training proposal,
the sponsor, and the environment will satisfy those
needs and develop the career
http://grants.nih.gov/training/f_files_nrsa.htm
http://grants.nih.gov/training/careerdevelopmentawards.htm
 US Citizens, Non-Citizen Nationals, Permanent Residents (except
K99/R00); not renewable (except K24)
 Must devote a minimum of 75% effort to research and career
development activities
 3-5 years of support
 Principal Investigators on R03 or R21 are eligible to apply (except
K99/R00)
 Principal Investigators on R01 or subproject Principal
Investigators on a P01 are not eligible to apply
Program Description
K01
Mentored Research Scientist Development Award
Career development in a new area of research
K08
Mentored Clinical Scientist Research Development Award
Career development for those with clinical doctoral degree in biomedical/behavioral research,
including translational research—if patient research, see K23.
K07
Academic Career Award
Developmental of junior candidates; leadership for individuals in improving curricula and enhancing
research capacity.
K22
Career Transition Award—Research or Clinical Scientist
Support to an individual postdoctoral fellow in transition to a faculty position.
K23
Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Development Award
Development of the independent research scientist for patient research—if not patient-oriented
research in biomedical area, see K08.
K25
Mentored Quantitative Research Career Development Award
To foster interdisciplinary collaboration in biomedical research by supporting career development
experiences for scientists with quantitative and engineering backgrounds.
K99/R00
NIH Pathway to Independence Award. Provides 5 years’ support in 2 phases:
I.1-2 years of mentored support for highly promising postdoctoral fellows.
II.Up to 3 years of independent support contingent on securing an independent research position.
Program Description
K22
Career Transition Award
Support to an individual postdoctoral fellow in transition to a faculty position.
K99/R00
NIH Pathway to Independence Award. Provides 5 years’ support in 2 phases:
I.1-2 years of mentored support for highly promising postdoctoral fellows
II.Up to 3 years of independent support contingent on securing an independent
research position.
 K99: Mentored research experience for up to 2 years
 R00: Transition to research independence as junior
faculty for up to 3 years
 Applicants: no more than 5 years of postdoctoral research
training at the time of initial application or resubmission
 Non-US citizens may apply, but institution must be
domestic
 Transition to R00 phase requires offer and acceptance of
tenure-track, full-time assistant professor position (or
equivalent)
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K Contents
Section
Material Requested
Candidate Information & Career
Development Plan
Candidate background
Career Goals and Objectives
Career Development & Training Activities
Training in Responsible Conduct of Research
Research Plan
Specific Aims + Research Strategy
Statements of Support
Statements by Mentor, Co-Mentor, Consultants
12 pg
Description of Institutional Environment
Environment and Institutional
Commitment to Candidate
Institutional Commitment to Candidates Research Career
Development
3-5 reference letters not from the Mentor/Co-Mentor
Letters of Reference
From established scientists (referees) that address candidate’s
qualifications, training, interests and potential for becoming an
independent scientist
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Candidate
Career Development Plan
Environment/Institution
Research Strategy
Mentor/Consultants
U-Series Cooperative Grants
SBIR, STTR R41/R42
NRSA
Predoc
NRSA
Postdoc
F30, F31
F32
Small Research Grant R03
Postdoc
T32
Exploratory/Development Grant R21
Predoc
T32
Grad or
Med School
Postdoc or
Residency
Pathway to
Independence
(K99/R00)
Career Transition
Award K22
P-Series Program Project/Center
Research Project Grant R01
Early
Ment Research
K01
Middle
Ment Clinical
K08
Midcareer
PatientOriented
K24
Ment PatientOrient K23
Independent
Scientist K02
Ment Quant
RCDA K25
Senior
Senior
Scientist
Award K05
NRSA Senior
Fellow F33
Grant
F32
K01
K99
R01
NCI
18%
55%
17%
14%
NIAID
19.6%
58%
18%
19%
NHLBI
21%
17%
30%
14.8%
A valuable tool to
access any F or K
grant
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