Further guidance on new NIH application requirements, Mar. 9

Over the past few months, we’ve been reporting on changes to NIH grant application guidelines, many of which are meant to enhance rigor, transparency, and reproducibility of NIH-funded research. For those of you who are still uncertain about how to address rigor in your NIH applications, Research Funding and Development Services will be holding a workshop to review the new guidelines and answer any questions you may have:

Wednesday, Mar. 9
1:30 to 2:30 p.m.

Mackenzie Hall 2201

In addition, the NIH Office of Extramural Research (OER) web page on rigor and reproducibility, links to a variety of resources from OER, and across NIH. One example is an NIH staff training module that provides useful content including a general policy overview on rigor and transparency, as well as updates on the changes to grant applications and review language.

Still have questions? Get in touch with RFDS at funding@ohsu.edu.

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  1. Will we need to register for this in Compass?

  2. Hi Amber – nope! all you need to do is show up.

  3. Will this be streamed online for those who cannot attend in person? Or a recording posted later for viewing?

  4. We’re not planning to record this, but we can come out to West Campus to do a similar presentation.

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