RELEASE DATE:  September 4, 2003

NOTICE:  NOT-GM-04-100

Update: July 7, 2009 – This Notice is superseded by NIH-OD-09-116 NIH Guidelines
for Human Stem Cell Research

National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) ( APPLICATION RECEIPT DATE: April 1, 2004 The National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) re-announces the availability of administrative supplements to NIGMS-funded research grants (R01, R37, P01 and S06) to conduct research with human embryonic stem cells (HESC). The purpose of these supplements is to enable NIGMS grantees with little or no prior experience working with HESC to explore the use of HESC as a model system to further research that is directly related to the aims of the parent grant. Supplements should not expand the original scope of the parent grant. The source of HESC will be limited to federally approved stem cell lines listed on the NIH Human Embryonic Stem Cell Registry, which can be found at More complete information on this initiative can be found at INQUIRIES Written and telephone inquiries are strongly encouraged. They should be addressed to: Marion Zatz, Ph.D. National Institute of General Medical Sciences 45 Center Drive, Room 2AS.25E, MSC6200 Bethesda, MD 2892-6200 Telephone: 301-594-0943 FAX: 301-480-2228 Email:

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