This has been an interesting fiscal year full of management and scientific challenges.
Publications are one of the important products of NIH research grants, and authors are required to cite their NIH support in their publications.
It came to my attention that the analysis we posted last month on the numbers of investigators with multiple awards couldn’t be recreated.
Last month, I blogged about the number of investigators having multiple awards, with a focus on relatively well-funded investigators (the top 20 percent in total funding, or “Top 20”).
Last month I blogged about the participation of women in NIH extramural programs, and I promised more information when the paper that we prepared in collaboration with the NIH Office of Research on Women’s Health came out, so here it is.
I have heard recently from various groups in our community that there are increasing calls to action from animal rights activists.
I’ve been away for a few days at a conference, so I was negligent in my blogging. Let’s catch back up by discussing more about the distribution of NIH funding.
We recently received a letter from a group of extramural scientists expressing concerns about the sunsetting of the A2 applications. I thought that the entire NIH research community would be interested in reading our response….
I wanted to let you know that we posted our 2010 OER Report yesterday.
Right now we’re celebrating Women’s History month. Thus, I thought I’d take this opportunity to provide you with some information regarding the participation of women in NIH extramural programs.