Our longstanding commitment to attracting and retaining the best new investigators has led to the development of programs geared to cultivate talent and allow individuals to mature into world-class researchers. Looking forward we are focusing our attention on encouraging earlier transitions into independent research careers by developing programs that focus specifically on early stage investigators.
Highlight of forthcoming changes to the NIH system of peer review.
NIH is investing in U.S. science education with enhanced efforts from its Office of Science Education.
Apply NOW for the NIH Extramural Loan Repayment Programs, starting September 1 and ending December 1.
More complete data on staff associated with NIH research projects will enhance our understanding of the enterprise and allow the NIH to better accommodate the evolving needs of the research community.
The National Library of Medicine has created a new Web service to look up PubMed Central IDs and support Public Access reporting.
NIH Launches a new training resource to ensure research is carried out with the highest standards of integrity and without bias.
xTrain now at full steam to reduce paperwork and streamline the grant process.
Dr. Patricia Brown, Captain USPHS, is recognized at the American Veterinary Medical Association annual meeting.
A new NIH program focuses on highly creative “out-of-the-box” projects.