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Oral Diseases and Disorders Research - (Dental and Craniofacial Research) - #93.121

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FY2008: research project grants: range $9,000-$3,221,000, average $356,000; NRSA: range $18,000-$859,000, average $44,000; SBIR/STTR: range $18,000-$1,861,000, average $381,000. Career development: range $84,000-$181,000, average $109,000. FY2009: research project grants: range $6,000-$3,268,000, average $396,000; NRSA: range $10,000-$1,041,000, average $45,000; SBIR/STTR: range $97,000-$1,328,000, average $301,000. Career development: range $85,000-$181,000, average $122,000.

Grants: Approval of a project includes a determination of support for the authorized project period (generally not to exceed 5 years). Awards to support the project are made on an annual basis. At the time of initial award, the grant provides funds for the conduct of the project during the first budget period (usually 12 months) and the Notice of Grant Award (Form PHS-1533) indicates the support recommended and expected to be made available for the remainder of the project beyond the approved project period, an application for renewal must be submitted in accordance with the deadline dates and instructions attached to the form. SBIR Phase I awards are generally for 6 months; Phase II awards normally are for 2 years. STTR Phase I awards are generally for 1 year; Phase II awards are for 2 years. See the following for information on how assistance is awarded/released: Awards are made annually.

> 180 Days. Grants: Applications for approval beyond the approved project period must be submitted at least 6 to 9 months in advance of the termination date. NRSA: Institutional Awards may be made up to 5 years. No individual may receive NIH/NRSA support at the postdoctoral level for more than 3 years, unless a specific waiver is requested and approved.

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