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How NIH & RO1 Grants Have Contributed Medical Advancements

The National Institute of Health is the leading funding source for medical and biological sciences in the United States. The current NIH's yearly budget is a little over $33 billion dollars, and most of it is directed towards funding medical researches across the country.

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NIH-SBIR Grants Support Neuron Reconstruction and 3-D Brain Mapping

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has been leading the battle against illnesses by funding thousands of biomedical research projects. It has made progress in many different sectors such as cancer, mental illnesses, heart disease, and numerous other health concerns.

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NIH and RO1 Grants and Their Contribution to Medical Advancements

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is by far the leading funding source for medical and biological research in the United States. If you search the NIH Grant database its current yearly budget is ~ $33 billion dollars, with 82% directed towards "extramural" funding of over 300,000 medical researchers, at over 2500 research institutions, across the country.

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How to Write a Successful Biomedical Grant Application

The problem. A research proposal is basically a plan for work required to test a research hypothesis/set of hypotheses. The most important thing to keep in mind is that, when drafting a biomedical research grant proposal, you are required to tailor it to suit a specific audience (i.e., grant application reviewers).  In academic research settin...
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