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.
|Most Recent Announcement||PAS-22-096
|Who Should Apply?||Principal Investigators at any stage of career development||Established investigators|
|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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