Posts Tagged ‘NIH applications’

Reminder: NIH Public Access Policy brown bag, March 1

Research Funding & Development Services and the OHSU Library invite you to a brown bag session to discuss how to manage NIH Public Access Policy requirements, which may impact processing of grant funds starting July 1, 2013. Refer to the NIH notice on Changes to Public Access Policy Reporting Requirements for more information, including details for both electronic and paper progress reporting. What: Tools for NIH Public Access Policy Compliance When: Friday, March 1, 2013 … Read More

NIH Director’s Pioneer and New Innovator awards due in October

The 2013 NIH Director’s Pioneer Award Program (DP1) provides up to $500,000 per year for up to five years in support of individual scientists of exceptional creativity who propose pioneering and possibly transforming approaches to addressing major biomedical or behavioral challenges that have the potential to produce an unusually high impact on a broad area of biomedical or behavioral research. To be considered pioneering, the proposed research must reflect substantially different scientific directions from those already … Read More

Reminder: OHSU faculty talk about NIH Peer Review, Aug. 9

All faculty, researchers, students and administrators are invited to hear the latest information from NIH study sections at August’s Funding Focus. The workshop will take place Thursday, August 9, from 12 to 1 p.m. in Mac Hall 2201. OHSU faculty who have participated in recent study sections will share their experiences and answer questions about how to improve your NIH proposals. Panel members will include: David Ellison, M.D., Professor, Nephrology Buddy Ullman, Ph.D., Professor, Biochemistry & Molecular … Read More

Changes coming to NIH progress reports

OHSU is participating in a pilot reporting program for the NIH. This won’t impact many of you yet, except that two buttons will now be available for you to choose from in NIH Commons: eSNAP and RPPR (the new reporting system). Please select the eSNAP option, not RPPR. Deborah Golden-Eppelein, director of Research Grant & Contracts, has asked us to share the following message with you explaining the pilot and changes to the system. More … Read More

New processes for NIH Just-in-Time information

If you’ve recently logged into NIH Commons looking for updates, you may have noticed a new Just-in-Time link appearing in your account. This link is a reminder that there have been changes to the business processes for JIT information—changes that will shift our thinking and practice around JIT. Basically, this link appears for ALL applications 24 hours after the priority score is released, regardless of score or likelihood of funding. (That is one change.) However, … Read More

Sample R21s now available (thanks NIAID)

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) has just posted four sample R21 applications and their summary statements. Even if you’re planning to submit to another institute, these samples are a great way to familiarize yourself with how reviewers are evaluating R21s in the new format. Are you still wondering: Is R21 the right mechanism for me? NIAID spells it out in a short article in their Funding Newsletter.

NIH Regional Seminars in Indianapolis and Washington, DC

This year’s NIH Regional Seminars on Program Funding and Grants Administration are being held April 16-18, 2012 in Indianapolis, IN, and June 20-22, 2012 in Washington, DC. (As you may recall, one of these conferences was held in Portland back in 2010.) Both new and seasoned administrators, researchers, students, and grant writers are invited to attend—although many sessions are designed for individuals who are new to NIH grants. Sample topics for this year include: After … Read More

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