Release Date:  September 13, 2002

NOTICE:  NOT-OD-02-070

National Institutes of Health (NIH)

The National Institutes of Health is extending for one year the Clinical 
Research Curriculum (K30) Awards that were originally made in 1999.  These 
awards, which were due to terminate in summer, 2004, will be extended at the 
same level of funding as currently exists.  As a result of this extension, the 
K30 awards made in 1999 will end in the summer, 2005, approximately the same 
time that the K30 awards made in 2000 are scheduled to end.

Next year, NIH plans to solicit competitive applications for the K30 award, 
which will be scheduled to begin in the summer, 2005.  All domestic, non-Federal 
institutions with clinical research programs will be eligible to apply.  That is, 
those who currently have a K30 award (those institutions that originally 
received an award in 1999 and those that originally received an award in 2000), 
and those that do not have an award may apply.

Questions concerning this announcement should be addressed to 
Lawrence Friedman, M.D. at    

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