SHINE & SHINE II Programs

Comparing two programs that are Stimulating Hematology Investigation: New Endeavors (SHINE)

The SHINE programs provide support for research in nonmalignant hematology research activities.

SHINE (PAS-16-033) SHINE II (PAS-18-730)
Who Should Apply? Principal Investigators at any stage of career development Established investigators
Grant Activity R01 R01
Project Period Up to 5 years may be requested Up to 3 years may be requested
Budget Modular up to $250k Direct Costs/year; Non-modular up $500k DC/year; If > $500k DC/yr, approval to submit application must be obtained six weeks prior to receipt date Up to $200k DC/yr may be requested
Scientific Scope Specific topics are featured via open forum workshop. Attendees identify gaps in knowledge. These gaps are published as a Notice in the NIH Guide. Applicants are encouraged to contact Program Officials by sending a draft of specific aims by email. Topics that are within scope of the NIDDK Hematology program are acceptable. Applicants are encouraged to contact Program Officials by sending a draft of specific aims by email.
Funds Available Set-aside funds vary each year and amounts are published in the NIH guide. Set-aside funds vary each year and amounts are published in the NIH Guide.
Awards R01 applications that score within published "paylines" are funded with NIDDK appropriations. SHINE applications that score beyond the payline are considered for funding with the set-aside funds R01 applications that score within published "paylines" are funded with NIDDK appropriations. SHINE applications that score beyond the payline are considered for funding with the set-aside funds

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