Did you know that you can pay for childcare for your research participants while they are doing study activities? Find similar ideas to enhance your inclusion, recruitment, or retention of research participants in NIH’s new one-page tool.
A new type of prior approval is available to NIH recipients in eRA Commons as of October 12, joining a menu of other prior approval requests. Recipients of NIH awards are now required to use the ‘Other Request’ type in Prior Approval to submit any changes to their approved Data Management and Sharing Plan (DMS Plans) to NIH officials.
Have you encountered warnings or errors when working in the Human Subjects System (HSS)? Not to worry, a guide is now available to help Principal Investigators and Signing Officials who enter data into HSS resolve common warnings and errors
NIH Program Officials (POs) are responsible for the programmatic, scientific, and technical aspects of NIH programs. Having a clear understanding of what POs can and can’t do for you will help you make the most of your interactions.
If you conduct human subjects research and completed an RPPR recently, you may have noticed something new in your inclusion enrollment report. If you haven’t had a chance to see it yet, we’ve got great news: Inclusion Enrollment Reports now include a table summarizing the age data that you submit as part of the participant-level data.
NIH is the largest public funder of biomedical research in the world, which also means we have a lot of funding data! To get at-a-glance graphics and tables of NIH funding trends on grant awards, you can explore the NIH Data Book.
Thinking about a career in research or wondering how to move forward in your journey to becoming an independent researcher? Explore this new interactive infographic to get to know the different programs by career stage, learn useful tips, and better understand the lingo of NIH funding.
Did you know that if you click on the question mark on any eRA module screen, it connects to the online help topic for that screen? There are also other resources available for each module.
Many NIH recipients are aware that funds may be available for administrative supplements to address impacts to research following severe weather or other unforeseen events. Fewer recipients, however, are aware of these other administrative supplement programs to support research within the scope and timeline of a current award.
Check Out These Public Federal Funding Databases to Learn More About Funding at NIH and Other Federal Agencies
We often recommend the NIH RePORT (Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools) site to applicants & awardees because it publicly provides reports, data, and analyses of NIH research activities. But there are also other federal databases available to learn more about funding at NIH and other federal agencies.