Standard Information Fields

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The fellowship application package contains a number of questions, many of which relate to administrative matters. You will not have to enter the information into the application package, but you will need to supply the Sackler Office with this information in a timely manner so your application can be completed. 

  • Descriptive Title of Project
  • Project Start Date: NIH sets the earliest start date for each application cycle. Typically this is the date applicants will use. In some circumstances, applicants may wish to use a later date.
  • Project End Date
  • Use of Human Subjects: Yes or No. If you answer yes, there are additional questions related to whether a clinical trial is involved and to possible exemptions from Federal regulations.  If your work involves human subjects, please review the needed documentation carefully with your adviser.
  • Use of Vertebrate Animals: Yes or No  
  • Use of Human Embryonic Stem Cells: Yes or No
  • Field of Training for the Current Proposal: Each applicant will need to pick the appropriate field from a dropdown list in the application.
  • Current or Prior Kirschstein-NRSA support including support from T32 grants
  • eRA Commons username
  • Sponsor(s)/Co-Sponsor(s) information 
  • Is proprietary/privileged information included in the application? Yes or No. In virtually all cases, the answer should be no.
  • Does this project have an actual or potential impact – positive or negative – on the environment? Yes or No
  • Is the research performance site designated, or eligible to be designated, as a historic place? Yes or No
  • Does this project involve activities outside of the US or partnerships with international collaborators? Yes or No. If yes, identify countries.

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