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Popular posts of year 1

Popular posts of year 1

Posted on June 11, 2014 by NIA Blog Team, Division of Extramural Activities.

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February 12, 2014 – Richard Hodes, NIA director

The NIA got good news about our budget for fiscal year 2014: $130 million more than last year.

March 26, 2014 – Robin Barr, director, NIA Division of Extramural Activities

The NIA updated its 2014 funding policy in March. This post describes grant application success rates, paylines, and how this year's funding compares to previous years.

June 5, 2013 – Rebecca Ferrell, scientific review officer, NIA Division of Extramural Activities

Refreshments at scientific peer review meetings are a big deal for the people reviewing your grant applications.

January 8, 2014 – John Haaga, deputy director, NIA Division of Behavioral and Social Research

Program officers assist you throughout the funding process, after you get a grant as well as when your idea is still just… an idea. It is often important to get in touch with us before you submit your grant application.

June 26, 2013 – Chyren Hunter, deputy director, NIA Division of Extramural Activities

How did the NIA calculate and award funding for career development in 2013? Read this post to find out.

January 29, 2014 – Robin Barr, director, NIA Division of Extramural Activities

Applicants sometimes ask us if grant reviewers can really determine which grant applications are the very best. Our funding data seem to show that they can.

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