Rock Talk, a blog written by NIH’s Deputy Director for Extramural Research, Sally Rockey, PhD, has quickly become one of our favorite places to find the latest news on peer review. This week, Dr. Rockey offers an interesting analysis on the relationship between impact and criterion scores under the new NIH format. Read the full article.
Posts Tagged ‘NIH Proposal Format Change’
As many of you know, the National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Disease has excellent resources for investigators who are writing grants. Now they have posted some sample R01s–useful even for applications to other NIH entities. These copyrighted documents also include the summary statements. For more help on your R01s, stay tuned to Research News. Research Funding & Development Services is developing a new workshop series and we’ll be announcing it very soon!
If you’re planning to submit an NIH Individual Career Development Award in the near future, please be aware that the NIH has imposed new page limits on the following sections of the application for due dates after January 7, 2011: The Mentoring Plan attachment will be limited to 6 pages. The Statements by Mentor, Co-Mentors, Contributors attachment will be limited to 6 pages. The Description of Institutional Environment attachment will be limited to 1 page. … Read More
Sign up today for our final NIH Proposal Format Change Workshop. It’s taking place Friday, December 17 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Mac Hall 2136. As many of you are aware, the NIH implemented a host of changes for all grant applications submitted after January 25, 2010. The majority of the changes involve shorter page limits and other formatting differences. These sessions are open information-sharing forums for investigators to ask questions, get recommendations … Read More
Sign up today for the NIH Proposal Format Change Workshop that’s taking place Friday, August 13, 2010 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm in MacKenzie Hall 2136. As you may be aware, the NIH implemented a host of changes for all grant applications submitted after January 25, 2010. The majority of the changes involve shorter page limits and other formatting differences. These sessions are open information-sharing forums for investigators to ask questions, get recommendations for … Read More
Mark your calendars: July’s Funding Focus will take place at a special date and time: Wednesday, July 14, from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. For this month’s workshop, we’ve invited OHSU faculty to be part of a forum discussion called NIH Peer Review – An Update from the Field. The forum will be open to all faculty, researchers, students, and research administrators at OHSU. We’ve spent months trying to anticipate the effects of the NIH format … Read More
The NIH is busy revising and updating policies to conform with the shortened, restructured applications that went into effect January 25, 2010. Under the new guidelines, when you have additional application documents to submit after your grant deadline, but before the initial peer review, those documents may have page limitations and they must be submitted via your Research Grants & Contracts analyst (or in NIH-speak, the Authorized Organizational Representative (NOT-OD-10-070). This is different from how … Read More
In its February newsletter, the NIH sent a reminder to investigators that all competing applications, including resubmissions, must use the new forms and follow the new page limits. For resubmissions sent to the NIH after January 25, 2010, you will need to update your original application’s Research Plan into a 6- or 12-page Research Strategy. During the first few application rounds with shortened page limits, NIH expects resubmission applications to have extensive changes that will … Read More
Friday, February 5, 2010, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., MacKenzie Hall 2136 Preparing and submitting an NIH grant this year will be a whole new experience. To help navigate this new territory, from January through May 2010, we will be hosting bi-weekly workshops consisting of proposal review and interactive sessions addressing the new NIH formatting changes. These sessions are open information-sharing forums for investigators to ask questions, work on their proposals, and get feedback from … Read More
As you are likely well aware by now, the NIH has announced profound changes to most applications, including shorter page lengths and a restructured format. As OHSU makes this transition, Research Development & Administration is providing a number of resources to help OHSU investigators. Research Funding & Development Services in the Office of the VP for Research is hosting bi-weekly workshops to help investigators navigate the new formatting requirements. If you are interested in registering … Read More