Next Generation Researcher Policy Announcement – Coming Soon

In June, NIH announced plans for a new initiative to provide additional support to the next generation of researchers. We will be announcing policy details this month. Stay tuned to the Notices published in the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts. We will also include an announcement here on the NIH Extramural Nexus & Open Mike blog site, when the policy is published. Continue reading

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Grants Administration & Policy Workshops That Will Have You Asking…”Why Didn’t I Attend Sooner?”

Update: The two day seminar has reached capacity today. However, the following workshops are still available to attend without seminar registration: Human Research Reviews: Mastering the Process, Intellectual Property – Understanding Requirements and Recipient Responsibilities, and Intellectual Property – A Hands-on Demonstration of iEdison. Further details ….. Continue reading

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Fiscal Policy and Salary Cap Guidance for 2017

Now that the NIH fiscal year 2017 budget is signed into law, NIH published its final fiscal policy and salary cap guidance for this year. In general, NIH will restore reductions to non-competing continuation awards made this year while we were operating under a pending budget (continuing resolution).  Additional details on fiscal operations, including specific funding strategies for ICs and any exceptions, …. Continue reading

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Making Institutional Training Tables Easier Through XTRACT

A feature within eRA Commons called the xTRACT module is available to help applicants create training data tables for institutional training grant applications, and to help grantees update these tables for their progress reports (RPPRs).

xTRACT is available to all institutions through eRA Commons. If you or your institution works with institutional training grant applications or progress reports, and are not taking advantage of this tool yet, consider the time-saving features the module provides.

Highlights include: …. Continue reading

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Issued Patent Citations Will Be Accepted As Post-Submission Application Materials

NIH recently updated its policy for what materials will be accepted as post-submission application materials. Beginning with applications submitted for due dates on or after September 25, 2017, citations of newly issued patents can be included in post-submission materials. The NIH post-submission materials policy allows grant applicants to submit limited information …. Continue reading

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Spring Savings for NIH Seminar on Program Funding & Grants Administration Ends June 9!

If you missed joining 850 of your peers in New Orleans this May, don’t worry! You still have one more chance in 2017 to participate in the NIH Regional Seminar on Program Funding and Grants Administration, a unique opportunity to learn more about the NIH process and hear the latest policies directly from over 65 NIH & HHS experts. …. Continue reading

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