Grants and Funding
September 14, 2019

What Reviewers Want to See in Grant Applications

For every grant application for the National Institute of Health (NIH) funding award program, there are several review panels consisting of a group of reviewers with different expertise areas and experience. Grant application reviewers are often regarded as an academic power group. All the hardship and struggle that every applicant…
ConductGrants and Funding
September 13, 2019

Challenges of Health Investigators

The scientific discourse has been abuzz with the ongoing discussion on young scientists and health investigators and the challenges they face. With the growing unpredictability of the economic climate, the biomedical research budget is shrinking every day. Both early-career investigators and established scientists are facing the worsening funding crisis, the…
ConductGrants and Funding
July 31, 2019

All about NIH T & F Grants

It is important for potential grantees to learn about the National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant funding programs. Every year, the NIH, through its 27 different institutes and centers (ICs), invests $31 billion in research and development (R&D) by awarding a range of grants to more than 300,000 scientists and researchers.…
ConductGrants and Funding
July 31, 2019

All about R03 Grant

R03 Grant is a ‘small’ funding program provided by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). It supports shorter duration research projects, i.e., up to 2 years, within a limited budget, i.e., $50,000/year. Small grants support studies/projects that are usually exploratory but limiting in nature, such as a pilot study or…