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NIH Guide: NIMH POLICY CHANGE ON MULTI-INSTITUTIONAL COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH PROJECTS (R10)
NIMH POLICY CHANGE ON MULTI-INSTITUTIONAL COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH PROJECTS
(R10)

NIH GUIDE, Volume 26, Number 40, December 19, 1997

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National Institute of Mental Health

Effective with applications submitted on February 1, 1998, the National
Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) will no longer accept Multi-Institutional
Collaborative Research Project (R10) grants.  Instead, NIMH intends to support
Collaborative Clinical Studies of Mental Disorders through the use of multiple
R01 grants.  Therefore, the program announcement "Collaborative R01s for
Clinical Studies of Mental Disorders," PAR-98-017, is being published
elsewhere in this issue of the NIH Guide (https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-
files/par-98-017).  Thus, all new (Type 1) and competing renewal (Type 2)
applications for Collaborative Clinical Studies of Mental Disorders must apply
under this new program announcement.


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