Will the Project Outcomes I Listed in My Final RPPR Be Made Public?

Yes. The information submitted in the Project Outcomes section of the Final RPPR will be made accessible to the general public via NIH’s Research Portfolio On-line Reporting Tools (RePORT). Thus, we encourage you to ensure the narrative is understandable to both scientists and non-scientists alike. Think of it as explaining the results of your work at your neighborhood pot-luck. You’ll want to provide a short, concise summary of the outcomes or findings of the award, written for the general public in in clear and comprehensible language, without including any proprietary, confidential information or trade secrets. For more details, please read the FAQs on this topic.

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