Grant applications: A quick guide to rigor and reproducibility

Many of you still have questions about how to address the new NIH requirements on rigor and reproducibility in your grant applications. Last week, NIH published a new one-page resource to walk you through the four key areas of scientific rigor: Scientific Premise, Scientific Rigor (Design), Biological Variables, and Authentication. The guide can be downloaded as a PDF. Additional resources supplying more in-depth information can be found on the NIH grants policy website and the NIH website.

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