Last summer you commented on whether the regulations on the responsibility of applicants for promoting objectivity in research should be amended. I am pleased to share with you the draft of the revised regulations. Many aspects of the regulations have changed, including what is disclosed by investigators, what information is submitted to NIH, and what information is made public.
Recently, the error correction window for grant applications was temporarily extended to five days to accommodate the transition to new application forms and instructions. On May 8, the window returned to two business days.
Were you unsuccessful in your resubmission and want to submit a new application? It might help to understand what NIH considers a new application before you start writing.
Invited to serve on a NIH study section or advisory group? Consider saying yes.
The City of Brotherly Love provided a perfect setting for attendees from around the world to meet for the 2010 NIH Regional Seminar on Program Funding and Grants Administration in Philadelphia, PA. If you missed out on Philadelphia, then consider joining NIH and your peers at the final 2010 NIH Regional Seminar to be held in Portland, Oregon this June. Register by June 4.
Did you submit a new application in 2008 or 2009 and wonder how many resubmission attempts you are allowed? Generally, if you submitted your application for due dates before January 25, 2009, you are allowed two resubmissions. Start preparing now because the last dates to submit your A2 will be this fall and winter.
Are you interested in hearing about grants from the mouths of those who live and breathe the information every day? Our new channel, OER’s All About Grants, presents conversations with NIH staff members that cover the entire grants process.
OER has redesigned the Electronic Submission of Grant Applications Web site to simplify the application process and make related information easier for applicants to locate. Re-titled “Applying Electronically,” the new site highlights key points for a successful application submission and … Continue reading
The FY 2009 version of the NIH Data Book and reports on Budget and Spending, Funded Organizations, Success Rates, and Investigators and Trainees are now available on the RePORT Web site. Also new are enhancements to the RePORT Expenditures and … Continue reading
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No. NIH staff members are not authorized to give permission in advance for a late submission. If you choose to send in an application late, it should include a cover letter with specific information about the timing and nature of … Continue reading
Referees do not need to wait until the application is submitted to submit letters of reference. These letters may be submitted as early as the opening date of the funding opportunity announcement and as late as five business days after … Continue reading
On June 10, 2010, Ernest Prentice, Ph.D., Professor and Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, University of Nebraska Medical Center, will be the guest speaker for the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare (OLAW) Outreach Program, a free online seminar series … Continue reading
Date: June 2-3, 2010 Location: Raleigh, North Carolina At the NIH’s 12th Annual SBIR/STTR conference attendees will learn the ins and outs of the NIH SBIR/STTR program, the funding opportunities available to small business researchers, and how the NIH SBIR/STTR … Continue reading