Success rates for R01 and equivalent awards went up in FY 2016, with R01s hitting over 19% and R01-equivalents breaking 20% for the first time in ten years.  This fiscal year, NIH received a budget increase of $2 billion (the largest since 2003) and used the money to award 832 more R01s and 543 more R01-equivalents than FY 2015.

Check out the other good news in FASEB’s roundup of FY 2016 funding data (try the executive summary or dig into the detailed slides and charts).

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