Posts Tagged ‘NIH’

K12 career development opportunity for a clinician-scientist in women’s health research

The BIRCWH (Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health) K12 program announces a special funding opportunity for junior research faculty with a clinical doctorate degree or equivalent. Potential clinically prepared applicants can propose research across the full spectrum of research activities including basic science, clinical research, information technology, health services, patient-centered outcomes, policy, public health, behavioral, and applied research. OCTRI anticipates one opening for a K12 scholar in Winter of 2014. Deadline for applications is … Read More

Pay off your student debt with help from the annual NIH loan repayment program

The NIH is accepting applications for its annual Extramural Loan Repayment Program. If you’re a health professional pursuing a career in biomedical, behavioral, social or clinical research, and plan to commit at least two years to research, you may be eligible for up to $35,000 per year. The program is divided into five subdivisions: Clinical Research Pediatric Research Health Disparities Research Clinical Researchers from Disadvantaged Backgrounds Contraception and Infertility Research Eligibility for each program is … Read More

Share your comments on LGBTI health and research needs with the NIH

Earlier this year, NIH Director Francis Collins announced a permanent trans-NIH research coordinating committee specifically tasked with supporting health research in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex communities with the aim of continuing its extensive outreach to identify research priorities, gaps, and opportunities within the field. The recently published request for information is intended to allow for broader input on NIH’s strategic plan for LGBTI research. The NIH is very interested in hearing your … Read More

P. Hemachandra Reddy appointed to NIH Neural Oxidative Metabolism and Death Study Section

P. Hemachandra Reddy, Ph.D., an associate scientist in the Division of Neuroscience, has been selected to serve as a member of the Neural Oxidative Metabolism and Death Study Section for the NIH Center for Scientific Review through June 30, 2019. Members are selected based on the quality of their research accomplishments, publications in scientific journals, and other significant scientific activities, achievements and honors. As a member of a study section, Dr. Reddy will review NIH … Read More

NIH High-End Instrument Grant; internal application due July 12

The NIH High-End Grant Instrument Grant internal deadline is fast approaching on July 12. This program uses the S10 mechanism for the purchase of a single piece of biomedical research equipment costing at least $750,000. Instruments in this category include, but are not limited to, biomedical imaging systems, NMR spectrometers, mass spectrometers, electron microscopes and supercomputers. While there is no upper limit on the cost of the instrument, the maximum is $2 million.  Applicants must … Read More

Nancy Haigwood, Ph.D., appointed to NIH Council of Councils

Nancy L. Haigwood, Ph.D.–director of the ONPRC and Senior Scientist–has been appointed to the National Institutes of Health Council of Councils. This body advises the director of the NIH on research opportunities, policy, public health concerns, and other strategic priorities for the NIH.  Dr. Haigwood will serve through October 2015. Dr. Haigwood is the fifth Director of ONPRC and will contribute deep knowledge of the vital role that NIH-sponsored research resources play in creating the … Read More

Tell Dr. Francis Collins about the #NIHSequesterImpact

How is the sequester affecting your lab? NIH Director Francis Collins, M.D., Ph.D., is seeking feedback via social media on how the sequester is impacting biomedical research. Tweet to Dr. Collins using the hashtag #NIHSequesterImpact.

Reminder: NIH requires RPPR for SNAP and fellowship progress reports due May 2013 and beyond

Please be aware that use of the eRA Research Performance Progress Report module becomes mandatory for Streamlined Noncompeting Award Process (SNAP) and fellowship progress reports for awards with start dates on or after July 1, 2013. That means RPPR use is required for SNAP progress reports due May 15 and fellowship progress reports due May 1. Noncompliance will delay awards and may adversely affect future funding. For more information, view the NIH Notice. Contact your … Read More

NIH High-End Instrumentation Grant, internal applications due July 12

In addition to its annual Shared Instrument Grant Program, the NIH offers a special High-End Instrumentation Grant using the S10 mechanism for the purchase of a single piece of biomedical research equipment costing at least $750,000. There is no upper limit on the cost of the instrument, but the maximum award is $2 million. Instruments in this category include, but are not limited to, biomedical imaging systems, NMR spectrometers, mass spectrometers, electron microscopes and supercomputers. supercomputers. … Read More

NIH Public Access Policy brown bag session rescheduled for March 1

According to a notice released today, the NIH will delay processing of an award if publications arising from it are not in compliance with the NIH public access policy for non-competing renewals with a start date of July 1, 2013 or beyond. The brown bag session about the this anticipated change, originally scheduled for February 21, has been postponed until Friday, March 1 from 12 to 1 p.m. in Mac Hall 2201 due to a … Read More

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