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Getting Your First Grant

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Getting that first grant is an important and daunting step in a young scientist's career. A new R01 speeds the path to being established as an independent investigator, but it can be hard to come by. According to NIH, the success rate for new R01 grants application in 2007 was 19.2 percent. With a resubmission or two, that success rate gets higher, but is still far from a certainty.

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