National Institutes of Health Toolkit
- For new, resubmission, or competitive renewal, UMass offers two approaches for the submission of NIH proposals:
- The Grant Application Management System, or GAMS is a software tool available to faculty and staff to assist them with building and routing proposals See below for more on the proposal process.
- Grants.gov Adobe application packages can be downloaded from Grants.gov (for more details, see below by selecting an appropriate grant mechanism)
- For more information on the proposal process, select from one of the following NIH funding mechanisms:
- R03(under construction)
- R21 (under construction)
- F30, F31, F32– NRSA fellowships (under construction)
- T32, T35- NRSA training grants (under construction)
- Progress Report – non-competing continuation (under construction)
How to Submit a non-competing continuation annual Progress Report via the NIH Commons
- Other resources
- Subcontracts (UM lead) – overview of process, documentation needed, forms and samples
- UMass as subcontractor - overview of process, documentation needed, forms and samples
- Just-in-Time (JIT) procedures The JIT feature becomes available after the completion of the peer review process for applications that fall within a priority score range deemed potentially fundable. NIH will explicitly request JIT documentation from the PI via email and/or phone – only then load JIT documentation to the Commons. Select link for more details.
- Important NIH notices