Active Grants

National Human Genome Research Institute

National Institutes of Health
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

NHGRI/NIH Active Grants

NHGRI active grants and projects, as well as all NIH-supported grants and projects, are available through the NIH RePORTER [] system. The instructions below explain how to use NIH RePORTER for a list of NHGRI Active Grants/Projects.

Obtaining a List of NHGRI Active Grants from the NIH RePORTER

These instructions will produce a list of "active" projects funded by or administered by NHGRI. The list will show project number, project title, contact principal investigator, organization, fiscal year (FY), administering institute center (IC), funding IC, and FY total cost. Both the project number and the project title will have links to more information (see #8 below).

  1. Go to the NIH URL: (Opens in a separate window)

  2. About half way down the left column on the page, you will see Fiscal Year (FY). On the same line and to the right, click Select

  3. Place a check mark next to Active Projects. Click Select

  4. In the column on the right, next to Agency/Institute/Center (the first item in that column) click Select.

  5. The resulting pop-up will have all of the boxes checked. Click on the box at the top next to All Agencies. That will remove the check marks from all of the boxes. Now click in the box to the left of Nat`l Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) (9th item down under "All NIH Institutes and Centers") so that there is a check mark in that box. (Check marks will appear next to All Agencies and All NIH Institutes and Centers as well). Click Select.

  6. Click Submit Query at the center bottom of the form.

  7. You will get a results "hit list". To sort the results by column, click any of the column headers.

  8. For more information about a particular project, click either the project number or the project title.

  9. To return to the results hit list, click on Back to Search Results at the top right corner.

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Last Reviewed: April 30, 2012