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NIH Investigators & Staff

Authorized NIH investigators and staff can use the OITE online application system to

  • search the databases containing applications to NIH intramural research training programs including the Postbac and Technical IRTA/CRTA programs and the Summer Internship Program;
  • approve trainee submissions to NIH events and competitions including
    • FARE (Fellows Award for Research Excellence);
  • complete FARE judging assignments; and
  • participate in the National Graduate Student Research Conference (NGSRC) by
    • volunteering to review NGSRC applications,
    • reviewing NGSRC applications,
    • searching the database of NGSRC applications for potential postdocs, and
    • posting research projects for consideration by NGSRC invitees.

You can use the Graduate Partnerships Program system to

Access to these functions is limited to NIH investigators and staff who have accounts on the appropriate OITE system.  Your login credentials for OITE application systems are  your NIH network login credentials.  You can also access the system using your smart card reader.

To request an account that will permit you to access the OITE applications systems, please contact your IC Program Coordinator.  That individual will first determine whether you already have an account.  If so, he/she will ask the system to send you your login credentials.  If not, he/she will create an account for you.  Please note that each IC has its own policy on who may have an account.

Login to the OITE online systems:

NOTE:  As of August 2011, the NIH has discontinued use of its online application system for postdoctoral positions.  You are welcome to submit ads for available positions to the OITE for inclusion on its Web site on a page listing Postdoc Positions at the NIH.  Please use the OITE Template for Submitting Postdoc Ads and submit the document to Pat Sokolove.  Also note that ads should

  • State clearly what application materials are to be submitted
  • Include contact information for the individual to whom the materials are to be submitted
  • Include the statement: "The NIH is dedicated to building a diverse community in its training and employment programs."
  • Include the statement: "This position is subject to a background investigation." if the ad is for a position in the NCI.