These videos provide you with a basic understanding of the steps in the grant application submission process and quick tips for success.
On this page:
- How to Apply Tutorial Series
- Grant Application Submission Tips for Success
- Preparing Specific Sections of Your Application
How to Apply Tutorial Series
This 4-part series will walk you through the basics of preparing, writing, and submitting your application.
Are you applying for NIH grant? Not sure what the requirements are or where to find the right resources? This tutorial will help you understand where the application process fits within the grant process. In addition, this module will inform you on the requirements and resources important to begin the application process.
(approx. 4 min. 30 sec.)
Part I: Preparing to Apply covers all the basics in preparing to apply. Here you will cover funding opportunity announcements, registering in various systems, knowing which application submission option to use, and requesting documents from your colleagues.
(approx. 11 min.)
Part II of the series is on the writing your application component of Applying for Grant Funding. This tutorial will cover how to access application forms, submission option, how to find instructions, tips for completing forms and attachments, and who to contact for help
(approx. 8 min. 45 sec.)
Quick tips to help you avoid common mistakes and position yourself for success.
Submitting your application to Grants.gov is not the final step in the application process. You must check your assembled application image in eRA Commons to ensure it is free and assembly issues and correctly reflects your submitted information. The assembled application image is the document reviewers and staff will use for funding consideration.
(approx. 1 min. 22 sec.)
This brief and interactive module is provided to assist applicants and offerors in preparing the vertebrate animals section (VAS) for submission, and reviewers in evaluating the VAS of applications and proposals.
Explore the PHS Human Subjects and Clinical Trials Information Form used to collect detailed, study level information for the protocols included in NIH grant applications.