There are a lot of urban myths out there about NIH grant review. Here is a common one—your chance of getting funded is lower if your application goes to the Center for Scientific Review for review rather than to another NIH institute or center.
Have your suggestions for how to address the biggest obstacles to progress in biomedical research heard by attending 1 of 2 public meetings.
If you are relatively new to the NIH grants process and want to learn more about applying, managing an award, finding resources, and knowing who to contact…then make plans to attend today!
When trying to find out about government programs, not many things compare to NIH RePORT. RePORT supplies comprehensive information about NIH programs, provides interesting tools, and gives you the information you want in the ways you want it.
We will start piloting the report this spring and summer, with full implementation for most awards in 2013.
I have just participated in the QUEST for Research Excellence program where I spoke on a number of issues that affect research integrity. Since it has been on my mind, I thought I’d blog on the topic.
Looking for a tutorial on the newly revised financial conflict of interest regulation? We’ve got that.
In a November blog post, I mentioned the myriad of activities that are impacting our Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer programs, one of which was the congressional effort to reauthorize the small business programs.