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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
NLM New 110 14 $4,681,207 12.7% 2016
NLM Renewal 13 2 $984,622 15.4% 2016
Total   123 16 $5,665,829 13.0%  

Success Rates by Activity Code


Institute or Center Activity Code Success Rate Base Number Awarded Total Cost Awarded Success Rate Fiscal Year
NLM R01 74 12 $4,640,009 16.2% 2016
NLM R15 9 1 $408,357 11.1% 2016
NLM R21 40 3 $617,463 7.5% 2016
Total   123 16 $5,665,829 13.0%  

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