Join us for this NIH All About Grants podcast episode to learn more about R56/bridge awards. Drs. Lakshmi Ramachandra from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and Bonnie Burgess-Beusse with the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases will tell us about the purpose of bridge awards, how program staff consider who and what to recommend for funding, the budget, when investigators should reach out about them, and more.
A refreshed eRA website was launched on Monday, April 25. The redesign updates the home page, as well as the About eRA page with extensive new information about eRA and the services it offers to existing and potential agency partners. Don’t worry – the information sections you rely on every day for applicants, recipients and reviewers remain unchanged.
Inclusion plans. You have questions. We have answers. Join us for this NIH All About Grants podcast miniseries to learn about preparing inclusion plans as part of your application (Part 1) and what happens during peer review and post-award (Part 2).
Join us for this NIH All About Grants podcast with experts from the NIH Office of Extramural Research to learn more about safety plans for conferences.
Fans of NIH’s All About Grants Podcast will be pleased to know it’s now easier than ever to browse and listen to our episodes (including the catchy theme music) on our refreshed podcast page.
If you’re working on NIH-funded research, you probably know the new NIH Data Management and Sharing (DMS) Policy goes into effect January 25, 2023. Don’t worry — there are several resources in the works to help you prepare! In April we are launching a new NIH Scientific Data Sharing website, a one-stop shop for all the information you need to know about NIH sharing policies.
The answers to these and other new and updated FAQs are now available on our Other Support FAQ page.
NIH-defined phase 3 clinical trials are required to conduct and report analyses by sex or gender, race, and ethnicity for each primary outcome. These analyses, referred to as “valid analyses” are unbiased assessments that on average, yield the correct estimate of the difference in outcomes between two groups of participants.
Simplified wizard-like screens will greet signing officials who are completing the one-time registration for their organization in eRA Commons. The updated Registration screens accommodate SAM-issued Unique Entity Identifiers (UEIs) and will pre-populate institutional information based on available active registration data in SAM.gov.
Check out this NIH All About Grants podcast to get a refresher on the ins and outs of what to do when seeking assistance from NIH extramural staff.