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2005 NIGMS Funding Trends Analysis

The following data, generated by Dr. James Deatherage, are related to the message from the NIGMS Director in the October 31, 2005, issue of the NIGMS Feedback Loop.


Bar diagram of total number of applications assigned to NIGMS and number of applications funded in fiscal year 2005

Figure 1a. Total number of applications assigned to NIGMS (in white) and the number of applications funded (in black) versus the percentile score for both new (Type 1) and competing renewal (Type 2) R01 applications in Fiscal Year 2005.

Bar diagram of total number of applications assigned to NIGMS and number of applications funded in fiscal year 2004

Figure 1b: Total number of applications assigned to NIGMS (in white) and the number of applications funded (in black) versus the percentile score for both new (Type 1) and competing renewal (Type 2) R01 applications in Fiscal Year 2004.


Diagram of percentage of R01 applications funded versus percentile score for Fiscal Years 2000-2005

Figure 2. Percentage of R01 applications funded versus the percentile score for Fiscal Years 2000-2005. Also shown are the corresponding published success rates for these years.


Bar diagram of total number of applications and the number of applications funded versus the priority score for Phase I SBIR (R43) in fiscal year 2005

Figure 3. Total number of applications assigned to NIGMS (in white) and the number of applications funded (in black) versus the priority score for Phase I SBIR (R43) grant applications in Fiscal Year 2005.


Bar diagram of total number of applications and the number of applications funded versus the priority score for NRSA F32 Fellowship grant in fiscal year 2005

Figure 4. Total number of applications assigned to NIGMS (in white) and the number of applications funded (in black) versus the priority score for NRSA F32 Fellowship grant applications in Fiscal Year 2005. For the better scores (up to 200) some of the offers made by NIGMS to successful F32 applicants were declined.


Bar diagram of the total number of applications and the number of applications funded versus the priority score for AREA (R15) in fiscal year 2005

Figure 5. Total number of applications assigned to NIGMS (in white) and the number of applications funded (in black) versus the priority score for AREA (R15) grant applications in Fiscal Year 2005.

This page last reviewed on December 31, 2015