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The Success Rate page has historical data on research receiving funds, who asked and amount awarded?

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Research Project Success Rates for the selected Institute:

Success rates indicate the percentage of reviewed (competing) Research Project Grant applications that receive funding. This is computed on a fiscal year basis. Dividing the number of competing applications funded by the total number of competing applications reviewed determines success rates. Applications that have one or more amendments in the same fiscal year are only counted once. The total cost is the sum of the direct and indirect costs for each fiscal year, and not for the life of the project.

Success Rates by Type of Grant


Institute or Center Type of Grant Success Rate Base Number Awarded Total Cost Awarded Applications Success Rate Fiscal Year
NIAID New 4,317 766 $354,138,689 17.7% 2011
NIAID Renewal 592 227 $120,045,188 38.3% 2011
NIAID Supplement 5 1 $1,811,656 20.0% 2011
Total   4,914 994 $475,995,533 20.2%  

Success Rates by Activity Code


Institute or Center Activity Code Success Rate Base Number Awarded Total Cost Awarded Success Rate Fiscal Year
NIAID P01 48 15 $41,210,527 31.3% 2011
NIAID R01 2,523 437 $206,524,222 17.3% 2011
NIAID R03 242 46 $3,631,912 19.0% 2011
NIAID R15 172 29 $11,082,423 16.9% 2011
NIAID R21 1,564 226 $51,362,283 14.5% 2011
NIAID R34 9 3 $773,705 33.3% 2011
NIAID R37 25 23 $11,215,668 92.0% 2011
NIAID R56 174 172 $73,065,631 98.9% 2011
NIAID U01 102 27 $28,715,727 26.5% 2011
NIAID U19 53 15 $36,836,441 28.3% 2011
NIAID UC7 2 1 $11,576,994 50.0% 2011
Total   4,914 994 $475,995,533 20.2%  

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