Institutional training grants help prepare undergraduates, predoctoral students and postdoctoral scholars for careers in biomedical and behavioral research. Part 1 of this NIH All About Grants podcast miniseries dives into considerations for developing training grant applications and the review process, and part 2 focuses on post-award monitoring, mentorship, and provides insights for trainees.
In our 2024 NIH Grants Policy Updates webinar, compliance and system policy experts from the NIH Office of Policy for Extramural Research Administration (OPERA) shared the latest policy updates and how your institutions may be impacted.
Looking for information on cooperative agreements? RePORTER now offers this information through its advanced search.
Hey, Commons users! Just a heads up that several Commons modules and screens will be moving to an improved visual appearance being adopted by all eRA modules.
Are you looking to collaborate with other organizations in your research? Read on for three steps to start setting up your subaward agreement.
This NIH All About Grants podcast episode explores how we at NIH aim to ensure a safe and respectful workplace wherever NIH-funded work is conducted. Drs. Patricia Valdez and Elyse Sullivan, Research Integrity Officers with the NIH Office of Extramural Research, explain more in this conversation.
Whistleblowers help the government recoup funds and prevent additional wrongdoing. The HHS Office of Inspector General developed several video resources to help someone report wrongdoing related to a grant or contract, or even retaliation as a result of making such a report or filing a complaint.
Webinar Recording Available: Implementation of Simplified Review Framework for Research Project Grants
NIH is implementing a simplified review framework for the majority of research project grants with receipt dates of January 25, 2025 and beyond. Take some time to review the recording of the public webinar held on November 3rd and learn more.
As you plan your human subjects research, use the Inclusion Across the Lifespan Case Studies to help you determine if your proposed study population is appropriate.
What Early Career Researchers Should Know (Part 2) – Discovering Strengths to Advance Your Research Career
In this All About Grants podcast episode, we explore ways early career researchers can align and apply their strengths to advance their professional development. Dr. Marguerite Matthews, a program director and co-host of Building Up the Nerve with the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, and Dr. Ericka Boone, Director of the Division of Biomedical Research Workforce at the NIH Office of Extramural Research, join us in this conversation.