When conducting clinical trials, NIH funding recipients are required to register their study at ClinicalTrials.gov. To make registration easier, a new feature in the eRA Human Subjects System (HSS) allows applicants and recipients to export study record entries as an XML file, and upload fields that are captured in both systems directly into ClinicalTrials.gov’s Protocol Registration and Results System (PRS). Continue reading
Attaching a file to your grant application? Make sure the filename is under 50 characters. Continue reading
With the launch of the new Human Subjects System (HSS), there is now a new two-step submission process for any Research Performance Progress Reports (RPPR) reporting inclusion enrollment updates. Continue reading
The Human Subjects System (HSS) system was launched in June 2018 and replaced the Inclusion Management System (IMS). Learn about HSS at a glance by viewing the new graphic on the HSS page. The graphic orients users at different stages of the grants process to how and when they can use HSS to update study information on human subjects and clinical trials to NIH. Continue reading
On June 9 a new Human Subjects System will replace the Inclusion Management System (IMS) currently used for reporting participant sex/gender, race, and ethnicity information for NIH grants. The new system consolidates human subject information submitted in applications and progress reports and will be used for all human subject-related post-submission updates as of its release. Continue reading
Did you know that the eRA Commons allows principal investigators the ability to grant permission to have others at their institution help with some grants administration tasks? You might want to consider whether delegating any or all of the following tasks is right for you… Continue reading
Tailored to the specific needs of our applicant, grantee, reviewer and trainee communities, the redesigned eRA site integrates rich content such as newly developed step-by-step how to’s for common tasks, associated policy links, FAQs, communication resources and more. Check us … Continue reading
The feedback after eRA’s infrastructure upgrade in late May has been that after that bumpy road, the journey is much improved. Performance of eRA applications, even during heavy ARRA loads, is markedly enhanced. During this busy time, eRA marked a … Continue reading
We have had an eventful two weeks at NIH following eRA’s major infrastructure upgrade, which took place May 22-26. Foremost, we want to thank you for your patience and help in identifying some of the issues that arose. We have seen an extraordinary willingness on the part of our users to be supportive of our efforts.
With an eye to improving system performance and creating a more stable environment, NIH’s electronic Research Administration (eRA) has planned a major infrastructure upgrade for the end of May around the Memorial Day weekend. Months of meticulous planning will culminate in a switchover to new database servers, a new operating environment, and new storage area networks. Due to the complexity of this major infrastructure upgrade, all eRA systems–including eRA Commons and the eSubmission system–will be unavailable from May 22 through May 26 as eRA implements the cutover.