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You must include this form in your application.

1. Human Subjects

human subjects section

Are Human Subjects Involved?

If the planned research activities will involve human subjects at any time during the proposed project at any performance site, click Yes. Otherwise, click No.

Note: If you answer Yes to the Human Subjects and then later change it to No, a warning message will display. The message says “Warning: Changing value from Yes to No will delete all the information in the Human Subjects and Clinical trial Information Form. Click OK to continue?”  When you can click OK, the Human Subjects and Clinical Trial form will switch to the short version, and any data you entered will be cleared. When you click Cancel, no changes will occur.

If you answered Yes, an additional question (described below) and the Human Subject Assurance Number will display.

Is the Project Exempt from Federal Regulations?

Select Yes or No, as appropriate.

  • If Yes, indicate one or more applicable Exemption Numbers (E1 – E8). See the Code of Federal Regulations for more details.
  • If No, the IRB review question will display.

Is the IRB review Pending?

If the Institutional Review Board (IRB) review is pending, click Yes. Otherwise, click No and use the IRB Approval Date field to enter the latest IRB approval date.

Human Subject Assurance Number

This value displays you selected Yes for the “Are Human Subject Involved?” question. The Assurance Number is pre-populated with the University of Washington institutional number (00006878) for all applications.

2. Vertebrate Animals

Note: The generation of custom antibodies constitutes an activity involving vertebrate animals.

Vertebrate Animals section

Are Vertebrate Animals Used?

If you have planned activities involving vertebrate animals at any time during the proposed project at any performance site, click Yes. Otherwise, click No.

If you answered Yes, an additional question (described below) and the Animal Welfare Assurance Number will display.

Is the IACUC review Pending?

Because the Office of Animal Welfare will not review this application during the submission process, always click Yes.

Animal Welfare Assurance Number

This value displays if you selected Yes for the “Are Vertebrate Animals Used?” question. The Assurance Number is pre-populated with the University of Washington institutional number (A36464-01) for all applications.

3. Proprietary Information

Is proprietary/privileged information included in the application?

Only include information such as patentable ideas, trade secrets, privileged or confidential commercial or financial information, the disclosure of which may harm the applicant, in applications when it is necessary to convey an understanding of the proposed project.

If the application includes such information, check Yes.

4. Environmental Impact

Environmental Impact section

Does this project have an Actual or Potential Impact – positive or negative – on the environment?

If you click Yes, provide an explanation and answer the additional question.

Note: Unless a specific Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) indicates that the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) applies, applicants should click No.

Environmental Impact Explanation

This information is required if you answered Yes to the initial question.

If this project has an actual or potential impact on the environment, has an exemption been authorized or an environmental assessment (EA) or environmental impact statement (EIS) been performed?

If you click Yes, provide an explanation for the exemption.

Environmental Exemption Explanation

This information is required if you answered Yes to the previous question.

5. Historic Designation

Is the research performance site designated, or eligible to be designated as a historic place?

If true, click Yes. Otherwise, click No.

Historic Designation Explanation

This information is required if you answered Yes to the previous question.

6. International Activities

Does this project involve activities outside the U.S. or partnership with International Collaborators?

If true, click Yes. Otherwise, click No.

Note:Applicants to NIH and other PHS agencies must click Yes if the applicant organization is a foreign institution or if the project includes a foreign component. For a definition of a foreign component, see the “Definitions” section of the NIH Supplemental Instructions Part III: Policies, Assurances, Definitions, and Other Information.

Identify Countries

List the countries involved.

Optional Explanation

Provide any additional information you feel is appropriate.

Attachments

Use the corresponding links to add each attachment. Follow the formatting and length specifications in the sponsor’s instructions for each specific attachment. All attachments must be PDFs. For general information about managing Grant Runner attachments, see eGC1 and Grant Runner Attachments.

7. Project Summary/Abstract

This must contain a summary of the proposed activity suitable for dissemination to the public. It should be a self-contained description of the project and should contain a statement of objectives and the methods to be employed. It should be informative to other persons working in the same or related fields and insofar as possible understandable to a scientifically or technically literate lay reader. This Summary must not include any proprietary/confidential information.

8. Project Narrative

For NIH and other PHS agencies applications, using no more than two or three sentences, describe the relevance of this research to public health. In this section, be succinct and use plain language that a general, lay audience can understand.

9. Bibliography/References Cited

Provide a bibliography of any references cited in the Project Narrative. You must complete this section for submissions to NIH and other PHS agencies unless the FOA states otherwise.

10. Facilities & Other Resources

This information is used to assess the capability of the organizational resources available to perform the effort proposed. Identify the facilities you expect to use (Laboratory, Animal, Computer, Office, Clinical and Other). You must complete this section for submissions to NIH and other PHS agencies unless the FOA states otherwise. You do not need to use any special form as the attachment.

 11. Equipment

List major items of equipment already available for this project and, if appropriate, identify location and pertinent capabilities.

 12. Other Attachments

Attach a file only to provide any other project information not provided above or in accordance with the announcement and/or agency-specific instruction.

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