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MIRA provides support for the research in an investigator's laboratory that falls within the mission of NIGMS. The goal of MIRA is to increase the efficiency of NIGMS funding by providing investigators with greater stability and flexibility, thereby enhancing scientific productivity and the chances for important breakthroughs. The program will also help distribute funding more widely among the nation's highly talented and promising investigators. MIRA grants will generally be for 5 years, for both established investigators and new and early stage investigators. With the publication of PAR-19-367 the program has now expanded to include established investigators who currently hold an NIGMS R01 equivalent grant; early stage investigators may apply through PAR-17-190.
For more information about MIRA, contact Dr. Vernon Anderson.
For more information about ESI-MIRA, contact Dr. Sailaja Koduri and Dr. Michele McGuirl.
NIH Definitions of New and Early Stage Investigators, Policies, and Procedures
MIRA Current and Pending Support Model Attachment [PDF, 322KB] (Required)
New NIH Biosketch and Sample (Required)
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