New Peer Review Videos for Applicants and Reviewers

NIH’s Center for Scientific Review posted recordings of their most recent webinar series on peer review: • 8 Ways to Successfully Navigate NIH Peer Review and Get a Fellowship Grant – covering things applicants need to know about the submission and review of a fellowship grant • 8 Ways to Successfully Navigate NIH Peer Review and Get an R01 Grant – covering things applicants need to know about the submission and review of an R01 grant • NIH Peer Review Briefing for Basic Research Applicants and Reviewers – covering NIH’s commitment to basic research and helping applicants and reviewers do their part in proposing and reviewing basic research Continue reading

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Announcing New Tools and Information to Support Scientific Workforce Diversity in Extramural Programs

Promoting a diverse and robust scientific workforce is critical to advancing scientific discovery and research in support of human health, so NIH has developed a new portal to information on supporting diversity in NIH-funded research. This NIH website has four main areas of focus: Background on NIH initiatives in support of scientific workforce diversity; Resources for scientific leadership & faculty members to ….. Continue reading

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Five Ways Supervisors Can Promote Research Integrity

Upholding the integrity of scientific research takes contributions from scientists, trainees, administrators, and policymakers alike. A new infographic from the Department of Health and Thumbnail of infographic links to full PDFHuman Services Office of Research integrity (HHS ORI) shares five tips that supervisors can take to promote research integrity in their workplaces: 1. Be Available and Approachable – Take the time to cultivate …. Continue reading

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