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With the goal of improving public health, NHLBI seeks to fund the best scientific research projects that are submitted and within the budget. The peer review system evaluates each project for its merit, the ability of the investigator to accomplish the proposed work and scientific quality. Your project must be unique. By law, NIH cannot support a project already funded or pay for research already done. And you may not send the same application to more than one Public Health Service ( PHS ) at the same time.
But proposing elegant science is not enough. Reviewers can't read minds and if you don't write the information into your application, it might as well not exist. This section is designed to help you in writing an application and will answer the following questions about preparing and submitting a proposal:
Page Last Updated: February 2011