You probably saw the Guide Notice that we sent out earlier this week about accelerating American Recovery and Reinvestment Act projects that may run beyond September 30, 2013.
It’s been awhile since I mentioned our Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer programs. Several events have brought them to the forefront at NIH, so I thought now would be a good time to talk about them.
Back in June, I mentioned that we are looking at opening up the Clinical Center to the extramural community. Now, we are asking for your input.
I hope many of you responded to the request for information from the working group of the Advisory Committee to the Director that is examining the future of the research biomedical workforce.
I wanted to let you know about a relatively new program. The NIH Director’s Transformative Research Awards fund big, bold, paradigm-shifting science.
I am pleased that the White House has re-announced the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring.
What do the NIH Director’s Pioneer Awards, Early Independence Awards, Transformative R01 Awards, Clinical and Translational Science Awards, and the Human Microbiome Project all have in common?
Large educational debt is a barrier for young doctors and scientists who want to pursue research careers, and it has been a hot topic in the scientific community for many years.
Last week at the NIH Advisory Committee to the Director meeting, John Gallin, head of the NIH Clinical Center, and I presented the early progress of a committee developed to examine how we can promote the Clinical Center as a national resource by extending its capabilities to you, the extramural community.
NIH has fellowship, training and career programs for the clinician scientist, and we have just added a new, exciting and unique opportunity for early stage clinician researchers.