Grant applicants sometimes receive emails from the NIH asking for additional information on their grant applications. These emails do not necessarily mean the grant will be funded. A new blog post by Dr. Robin Barr, Director of the NIA Division of Extramural Activities, helps applicants understand these automated emails that arrive as part of the application process. “Everyone with a score better than 40 is asked for extra information,” he explains.
Read the full blog post: Maybe we should call it “just-in-case” rather than “just-in-time”
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