Beginning August 1, 2010, all SNAP (Streamlined Noncompeting Award Process) eligible awards must be submitted electronically using the eRA Commons eSNAP module.
eRA’s systems are custom built to meet the unique needs of our grantees. In recent months, NIH has released numerous products to aid you in the use of eRA’s systems.
In the fall, NIH will implement a new policy restricting the types of late grant application materials we will accept. The policy will encourage applications to be complete and ready for review upon submission.
The Federal Financial Report and the Research Performance Progress Report, the result of two Federal-wide streamlining efforts, will relieve grantees from the administrative burdens associated with the array of different forms and systems used by Federal research funding agencies.
Joel Snyderman joins OER as an Assistant Grants Compliance Officer in the Office of Policy for Extramural Research Administration.
Lisa Scott-Morring joins OER as an Assistant Grants Compliance Officer in the Office of Policy for Extramural Research Administration.
Translational research, transforming discoveries made the in the laboratory into treatments and improvements to health for patients, is an important, yet difficult task. Many promising therapeutic targets are uncovered as part of basic biomedical research, but the path to actually demonstrating clinical potential is long and expensive. Many discoveries languish at this transition point. NIH and the federal government have several programs to address this gap, including the Therapeutic Discovery Program for which applications are soon due.
Listen to Dr. Henry Khachaturian, Director of Policy and Liaison Activities, Division of Loan Repayment, discuss “Using Career Development Awards to Achieve Independence” and learn more about mentored career development awards, including what they are, how to select the right one, and what to address in your application. Then Dr. Rod Ulane, NIH Research Training … Continue reading “Podcasts Released: Career Development Awards and Thoughts for Graduate Students”
NIH’s Center for Scientific Review has produced a pair of videos to give you an inside look at how scientists from across the country review NIH grant applications for scientific and technical merit. New and established applicants will find insights and understanding that can empower them to improve their applications and increase their chances for … Continue reading “Peer Inside a Study Section”
NIH recently added a new feature called MyRePORTER to the RePORT Expenditures and Results (RePORTER) tool. With MyRePORTER, you can create an account to save and manage your queries. When logged into your MyRePORTER account, press the “Save Query” button on the hit list page to save your search criteria. Stay tuned for additional functions … Continue reading “Personalized RePORTER”