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Funding by NIDDK

In what areas of science does NIDDK fund research?

Select from the list below to find all the NIDDK opportunities, resources and information in each of our Scientific Areas.

Diseases and Organ Systems

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How can I fund my research or research training?

NIDDK serves the following important investigator communities. Getting Grants, the Basics
will guide new and experienced investigators through the application process and grants administration, including the new electronic face of NIH at eCommons.

Grant Review at NIDDK
The NIDDK reviews special grant applications—what, when, where and who? What do you need to know as a member of an NIDDK study section?

Grants Management at NIDDK

NIDDK Funding Policies
Describes the general principles used to make funding decisions. Applications requesting >$500,000 direct costs in any year must have permission from NIDDK.

Applicant Guidelines
These provide special instructions for Center, Program Project Grant, Conference Support Grant applications, R21 Exploratory Research Grant, research involving human embryonic stem cells, and administrative supplements.

NIDDK Funding Trends and Support of Core Values

What funding opportunities and other resources are available?

Funding Opportunities (FOAs)
Find the current Requests for Applications (RFAs) and Program Announcements (PAs) that communicate NIDDK’s current funding opportunities and research interests.

Resources for Researchers
NIDDK supports a variety of resources for the benefit of the investigator community. Select a category below, or visit our Scientific Areas to find resources specific for each.

Conferences and Workshops

NIDDK conducts a variety of public conferences in its areas of interest. See our calendar of upcoming events and the reports from our past conferences.

General inquiries may be addressed to:
Office of Communications & Public Liaison
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Bethesda, MD 20892-2560

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