Intramural Research Training Award - (IRTA) - #93.140
Uses and Use Restrictions
Participants in the IRTA Program will be provided access to NIH facilities and equipment and assistance in their training from senior NIH researchers. Trainees may not engage in primary patient care activities, be assigned official supervisory responsibilities, or sign documents on behalf of the Government. Funding support will come from the individual National Research Institutes, Centers and Divisions (ICD) that comprise the National Institutes of Health. All funding is discretionary and subject to the availability of appropriations and apportionment. The IRTA Program does not include financial loans.
These standards are contained in the Applicant Eligibility section. This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-87.
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