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Funding Summary


The following table provides a summary of new award activity by year for research grants (R01, R03 and R21).  Success rates are defined as the number of applications awarded by the number of applications reviewed in a given year.

NIOSH Research Success Rates by Award Mechanism 2007-2013

Fiscal Year Award Mechanism Number of Applications Number of Awards Success Rate
2013 R01 62 16 26%
2013 R03 31 3 10%
2013 R21 42 12 29%
2013 Success Rate: 135 31 23%
         
2012 R01 68 9 13%
2012 R03 44 6 14%
2012 R21 58 16 28%
2012 Success Rate: 170 31 18%
 
2011 R01 73 10 14%
2011 R03 46 5 11%
2011 R21 64 10 16%
2011 Success Rate: 183 24 13%
 
2010 R01 80 22 28%
2010 R03 46 5 11%
2010 R21 54 9 17%
2010 Success Rate: 180 36 20%
 
2009 R01 82 19 23%
2009 R03 23 7 30%
2009 R21 54 12 22%
2009 Success Rate: 159 38 24%
 
2008 R01 107 29 27%
2008 R03 43 7 16%
2008 R21 57 3 5%
2008 Success Rate: 207 39 19%
 
2007 R01 135 25 19%
2007 R03 29 3 10%
2007 R21 28 5 18%
2007 Success Rate: 192 33 17%

 

 
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