The 2-day conference might be over, but there is still time to explore the NIH Grants Conference resources! The recordings from over 25 sessions are now available in the conference platform agenda, and you can still register for and log into the platform through March 2, 2023.
If you’re conducting research with human subjects, you might have questions about HHS regulations and NIH policies and how you can prepare proposals and inclusion plans. HHS and NIH experts address many of these questions, along with resources, guidance, and case studies in a 2-part webinar series focused on Human Subjects Research Policies, Clinical Trials, and Inclusion.
The NIH Grants Conference is just around the corner (February 1-2), but there’s plenty to do on the conference site now! This event is absolutely free, so register today. Once registered, visit the site and use our nifty tool to build your own personalized agenda, get a jump on viewing on-demand resources ahead of the conference, or explore the Exhibit Hall and make a plan to engage with staff from the NIH Institutes and programs during the conference.
Are you new to NIH grants and looking to better understand the processes and policies behind NIH funding? Or are you experienced and want to brush up on the latest policies and information? Consider this your personal invitation to the 2023 NIH Grants Conference, a free and virtual event on February 1-2, 2023.
Whether you’re from a foreign organization looking to secure NIH funding, or a domestic researcher or institution partnering with a foreign collaborator, you’ll find helpful information to get started in the International Collaborations: Policies, Processes, & Partnerships video. NIH experts walk you through the process of working with foreign entities through engaging case studies, panel discussions, and live Q&A.
What are some red flags that may help you avoid research misconduct? Research Integrity Officers from the HHS Office of Research Integrity (ORI) and NIH answer this question and more during our recent Research Misconduct & Detrimental Research Practices event.
Are you working with human subjects in your research and wondering about how HHS regulations and NIH policies apply, how to prepare a research proposal, or how to develop inclusion plans? Join experts from the NIH Division of Human Subjects Research and HHS Office of Human Research Protections (OHRP) for answers to these questions and more at the Human Subjects Research: Policies, Clinical Trials, & Inclusion event on December 6 and 7, 2022.
Are you from a foreign organization looking to secure NIH funding? Perhaps you are a domestic researcher looking to partner with a foreign entity. How about a domestic institution partnering with a foreign collaborator? If you answered yes to one of these scenarios, consider joining NIH experts, researchers, research administrators, and your peers from around the world on November 9 for a virtual event focused on International Collaborations: Policies, Processes, & Partnerships.
What is research misconduct and what are some detrimental research practices? Research Integrity Officers from the Office of Research Integrity (ORI), HHS and NIH will help answer this question and more at the Research Misconduct & Detrimental Research Practices event on October 14.
Whether you’re looking for a bird’s eye view of the grants process or a deep dive into the details, the 2022-2023 Virtual NIH Grants Conference Center and its amazing NIH Exhibit Hall can help you get started. The NIH Exhibit hall remains open for you to visit 24/7 now through the main conference in February 2023.