a. A description of the facilities at the new institution and the probable effect of the move on the project.
b. A detailed budget for all years with appropriate justification.
c. A Resources page (including a description of the facilities at the new institution and the probable effect of the move on the project).
d. A complete research plan including a statement concerning whether the original plan has changed. If changed, provide appropriate details. Also, describe any significant changes to the career development plan as it is to be implemented at the new institution.
e. Biographical sketches of all new professional personnel to be associated with the project, including the new mentor(s).
f. Updated other support pages for all key personnel.
g. Certification of IRB and/or IACUC approval(s), if applicable.
h. Human subjects education certification for key personnel, if applicable.
i. Updated/new Human Subjects Research section, if applicable. Be sure to address all of the required points, as in your original application.
j. Updated copy of Data and Safety Monitoring Plan (DSMP) for all clinical research studies, if applicable. Please note that a named Safety Officer, who is not directly involved in the proposed clinical study, must be included in the updated DSMP.
k. If applicable, address the required five points for the use of vertebrate animals. This section of the application needs to include information about the animal facilities at the new institution.
Sample: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/olaw/VASchecklist.pdf (PDF, 64KB see page 5)
l. If applicable, include a copy of a model organism (e.g. transgenic mice) sharing plan from the new institution. All NIH applications that will produce new, genetically modified variants of model organisms and related resources are expected to include a sharing plan or to state why such sharing is restricted or not possible. Examples of Plans for Sharing of Model Organisms and Related Resources are available at: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/policy/model_organism/
m. Submit a plan for your training in the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) at the new institution. Please submit a document (numbered 1 through 5) that addresses ALL of the required five points. For specific details see either the SF424 application instructions or the recent NIH Guide Notice on RCR policy.
n. Checklist page.
o. If applicable, a list of equipment (which was purchased in whole or in part with grant funds and had an acquisition cost of $5,000 or more) to be transferred from the original grantee institution. Such a listing in the application represents acceptance of title to the transferred equipment. NIH may request additional information necessary to accomplish its review of the request.
p. For mentored K awards include letters from (1) your new mentor(s) that details his/her role; (2) your new Department Chair detailing the institutional commitment; and (3) your original mentor(s) if he/she will remain involved with your career development award.
New letters of recommendation are not required.