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Blood Diseases and Resources Research - #93.839

> 180 Days. Regular Grants: From 7 to 9 months. SBIR/STTR Grants: About 7-1/2 months.




All accepted applications are evaluated by an appropriate initial review group (study section). All grant applications receive a final secondary review by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Advisory Council. Fellowship applications have a secondary review by the staff of the Institute. Staff informs applicants of the results of the review. If support is contemplated, staff initiates preparations of awards for grants. All accepted SBIR/STTR applications are evaluated for scientific and technical merit by an appropriate scientific peer review panel and by a national advisory council or board. All applications receiving a priority score compete for available SBIR/STTR set-aside funds on the basis of scientific and technical merit and commercial potential of the proposed research, program relevance, and program balance among the areas of research. Eligibilility criteria must be verified prior to the competing award as stated in the SBIR/STTR Funding Opportunity Announcement and annual OMNIBUS SOLICITIATION.

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