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Understand the roles of NIH IC staff and where to find contact information for the appropriate staff at each phase of the application and award process.
Use opportunity-specific contacts listed in each notice of funding opportunity (NOFO) or the application/award contacts listed in eRA Commons. If specific contacts can’t be identified, these general IC contacts, staff directories, and opportunity listings are a good place to start.

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