As the new decade begins, it is a time to look forward while learning from the past. A critical component of the Enhancing Peer Review initiative is the implementation of continuous review of the peer review process.
The error correction window has been temporarily extended to five business days for all electronic applications intended for submission deadlines on/between January 25 and May 7, 2010.
The Fiscal Year (FY) 2010 Omnibus Appropriation Act (Public Law 111-117) provides NIH with $31 billion, or 2.3% more than FY 2009.
More embyonic stem cell lines (hESCs) have been approved for use by NIH grantees. Some of the recently approved lines include restrictions.
The National Center for Research Resources (NCRR) at NIH will hold a Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) Industry Forum: Promoting Efficient and Effective Collaborations among Academia, Government and Industry, on February 17-18, 2010, on the NIH campus in Bethesda, MD.
Several new ARRA Funding opportunities with 2010 receipt dates have been announced.
FederalReporting.gov will be open for second Quarter ARRA Report submissions between January 1, 2010 and January 15, 2010. Tools are available to assist recipients in completing their reports as accurately and easily as possible.
The transition to new application forms and instructions, including shorter page limits, is fast approaching! As the January 25, 2010 transition date approaches, we want to alert you to new resources that have been developed to help ensure your successful submission.
Institutional Training grant applications are transitioning to electronic submission for due dates of January 25 and beyond. Applications originally submitted in paper for earlier due dates that are being resubmitted as amended applications must also be submitted electronically.
It is now possible to create a bibliography in the newly refurbished My Bibliography section of MyNCBI. These citations will also appear in your eRA Commons Profile and can be uploaded to your eSNAP.