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NIH Modular Research Grant Applications

Who Must Use the Modular Grant Application? Required on new, competing continuation, and revised (amended) applications, as well as for competing supplements that request up to a total of $250,000 Direct Costs (Less Consortium F&A) and fall in one of the following mechanisms:

Background

The modular grant application format is an extension of NIH's streamlining and reinvention initiatives, designed to focus the attention of investigators, their institutions, peer re-viewers, and NIH staff on science rather than budget details.

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