Issue | june-early-july-2019



New to NIH Grants? Would a Workshop on Intellectual Property, Human Subjects, NIH Policy-Making, eRA, or an NIH Administrator’s Boot Camp Help?

If you’ve been searching for an opportunity to learn more about the NIH grants process and perhaps delve into more specific topics to help you do your job…then look no further! The NIH Regional Seminar on Program Funding and Grants … Continue reading

Clarifying Long-Standing NIH Policies on Disclosing Other Support

Who funds your current research? Make sure to let NIH know. It is required. Institutions and investigators must disclose all forms of what is termed “other support” when applying for and receiving NIH grants. Other support includes all resources, regardless of whether or not they have monetary value, available in direct support of an individual’s research endeavors. Continue reading

Have Inclusion Questions? Our Revamped Inclusion Webpages Have Answers!

Wondering where to go for information on NIH’s Inclusion policies? Visit the new Inclusion Policies for Research Involving Human Subjects landing page, where you can navigate to learn more about NIH policies on the inclusion of women and minorities and the inclusion of individuals across the lifespan. Continue reading

New “All About Grants” Podcast on Writing a Fellowship Application

Individual fellowship (F) awards provide research training opportunities to trainees at the predoctoral, graduate, and postdoctoral levels. Listen to this next installment of the NIH’s All About Grants podcast series, to hear NIH’s Research Training Policy Officer discusses the F application process, sharing tips and best practices for developing a strong application. Continue reading

Project Summary/Abstract and Project Narrative: What’s the Difference and What to Include

When writing an NIH grant application, applicants are asked to develop a Project Summary/Abstract and a Project Narrative, two sections that, if funded, are made available on RePORTER to help the public understand the value of NIH-funded research. Check out the table below to see how they compare and what to include. Continue reading