Description: The Application Submission System & Interface for Submission Tracking (ASSIST) system is used to prepare and submit applications electronically to NIH and other Public Health Service agencies. Prior to using ASSIST, applicants should identify a Funding Opportunity Announce ment (FOA) to which they'd like to apply.
Description: A high level overview of the ASSIST module, including its purpose, its key features and benefits as well as additional resources. Online Help. ... National Institutes of Health (NIH), 9000 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, Maryland 20892;
Description: Login to ASSIST at https://public.era.nih.gov/assist using your eRA Commons username and password Use the Initiate Application feature and your FOA number to get started on your application Or, access applications already in progress using the Search feature Use the Add New Component action to build out ...
Description: What is the purpose? ASSIST (https://public.era.nih.gov/assist) is NIH's online system for the preparation, submission and tracking of grant applications through Grants.gov to NIH.Who Can Use ASSIST? Anyone with an eRA Commons account can initiate an application and enter data in ASSIST. Accounts are created by a signing official (SO) or accounts administrator (AA) in eRA Commons.
Description: NIH has completed its Target Timeline for Single-Project ASSIST Support.You can now use ASSIST for all single and multiproject, competing grant applications; single-project administrative supplements; single-project, post-award successor-in-interest (Type 6) requests; and single-project, post-award change of institution (Type 7) requests.
Description: ASSIST (Application Submission System & Interface for Submission Tracking) is NIH's online system for the preparation, submission, and tracking of grant applications through Grants.gov to NIH. Small businesses may now use ASSIST to submit SBIR and STTR grant applications.
Description: NIH-funded centers to assist rehabilitation researchers. The National Institutes of Health has provided approximately $30 million over a five year period to fund a network of centers to advance medical rehabilitation research. The centers provide researchers with access to new technologies and resources.
Description: A ventricular assist device, also known as a heart pump, is a mechanical pump that supports heart function and blood flow in people who have weakened hearts. Learn more about what the device does, who should receive one, what to expect during and after surgery, and about participating in a clinical trial.
Description: Applications are assigned for review based on relevance of that application to the guidelines of an individual study section as well as administrative requirements such as pre-determined review clustering agreements. NIH will consider all assignment requests. However, it is not always possible to assign an application to a preferred study section.
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