Can there be multiple principal investigators?

Can there be multiple principal investigators?

The single PI model does not always work best for multidisciplinary, collaborative research. Another way to enhance expertise is to consider a multiple PI application, which can be very useful for research that needs a team science approach.

Can you have multiple PIs?

PCORI permits applicants to name a maximum of two PIs within an application. The PIs may be from the same or different institutions.

Does NIH recognize co-PI?

Do not use the term co-PI. Because NIH doesn’t recognize it as a role, it causes confusion since it’s unclear whether you mean PI on a multiple PI award or co-investigator. And that confusion could affect your application; some FOAs have eligibility or level of effort requirements that affect only PIs.

How many NIH resubmissions are allowed?

one resubmission
Generally speaking, the NIH allows you to make one resubmission after the original submission. You are typically allowed one additional page at the beginning of the resubmission (the “Introduction to the Resubmission”), in which you respond to the comments from the previous review.

What is a multiple PI?

The multiple-PI model is intended to supplement, and not replace, the traditional single PI model, and allows applicants and their institution to identify more than one PI on a single grant application.

What is a multi PI plan?

NIH and other federal research agencies have policies and procedures to formally allow more than one Principal Investigator (PI) on individual research awards that require a “team science” approach.

Can a postdoc be a co investigator?

Postdoctoral researchers are not allowed to serve as PI or co-PI but they may serve as other personnel.

Can a postdoc be a co investigator NIH?

under the mentorship of a faculty member. For all other grants, the Office of Sponsored Projects PI/PD Eligibility Policy states that, “At the recommendation of the appropriate school chair/department head, a postdoc employee may be designated as a co-PD/co-PI.”

What is the difference between co investigator and sub investigator?

If a trial is conducted by a team of individuals at a trial site, the investigator is the responsible leader of the team and may be called the principal investigator.” Co-investigator is a term that pre-dates the ICH GCP’s. It has subsequently been replaced by the term sub-investigator.

Can you submit the same grant to multiple agencies?

They may also simultaneously or serially submit applications to multiple funding agencies to increase their odds of getting funding. Some grant agencies allow the submission of applications with identical or highly similar specific aims, goals, objectives and hypotheses.

Can you resubmit an R21 as an R01?

NIH allows subprojects of Program Project Grant applications to be submitted as research applications (R01, R03, R15, R21, etc.) in the same cycle. In most cases, a second application for the same project should not be submitted until after the summary statement for the original submission has been released.

What is an MPI principal investigator?

Multiple Principal Investigator (MPI): This title identifies two or more individuals who share responsibility for the conduct of the project in accordance with the Leadership Plan for MPI Projects. Principal Investigator (PI): This title identifies the individual responsible for the conduct of the project.