You are here
How to Apply for a Grant, Research Training, or Career Development Funding
The NIDCD helps scientists at all stages of their careers—from high school students to senior scientists. From a small feasibility study to a large clinical trial, the NIDCD offers a variety of funding mechanisms that support a broad range of research ideas.
The following resources explain the grants process from application to award and provide NIDCD-specific guidance to help you submit a successful application:
- Support for New Investigators
- Launching Your NIDCD Research Career
- How to Apply for an NIDCD Grant
- NIDCD 2016 Funding Guidelines
- Grant Review: Frequently Asked Questions
- NIDCD Fellowships: Frequently Asked Questions
Planning and Applying
- Deadlines (Application Receipt Dates) (NIH)
- Electronic Submission (NIH)
- Application Forms and Instructions (NIH)
- Tips and Resources for Writing Grants (NIH)
- Summary Statement (NIH)
You can retrieve your summary statement through the NIH Commons.
- Applicant Resources from the Center for Scientific Review (NIH)
- Next Steps (NIH)
The process after your application is reviewed.
- Appeals Process (NIH)
Before beginning the appeals process, you are strongly advised to speak with the NIDCD research training officer for extramural programs, who can explain your options and help you understand the study section's recommendation. In most cases, issues can be resolved at this stage.
- All About Grants Podcast (NIH)
- Award Management (NIH)
- Revised PHS 2590 (DHHS Public Health Service Noncompeting Continuation Progress Report): 2009 Changes Announcement (NIH)
- New Requirement for eRA Commons User IDs for Individuals in a Postdoctoral Project Role with Measurable Effort on an NIH Annual Progress Report (PHS2590) (NIH)
- NRSA FY2016 Stipends (NIH)