Will the Project Outcomes I Listed in My Final RPPR Be Made Public?

February 1, 2017

Yes. The information submitted in the Project Outcomes section of the Final RPPR will be made accessible to the general public via NIH’s Research Portfolio On-line Reporting Tools (RePORT). Thus, we encourage you to ensure the narrative is understandable to both scientists and non-scientists alike. Think of it as explaining the results of your work at your neighborhood pot-luck.

Guest Blogger Series - Alison Wellman Smith from HUIT

January 30, 2017

Over the span of the next couple weeks, we will be welcoming our second guest blogger Alison Wellman Smith. Alison is a Business Analyst, focusing on the Grants Dashboards on the MFR project in HUIT. Alison began her career in sponsored research a little over thirteen years ago at Brigham and Women’s Hospital where her responsibilities focused on both pre and post award. From BWH, she transitioned into a post award role in the Office for Sponsored Programs here at Harvard.

Research Commitment Index: A New Tool for Describing Grant Support

January 26, 2017

On this blog we previously discussed ways to measure the value returned from research funding. The “PQRST” approach (for Productivity, Quality, Reproducibility, Sharing, and Translation) starts with productivity, which the authors define as using measures such as the proportion of published scientific work resulting from a research project, and highly cited works within a research field.

Have you ever had a quick question about GMAS? Our website has a helpful list of FAQs just for you!

January 25, 2017

The GMAS website has a list of FAQs for quick answers to commonly asked questions. They are a great resource and link to Job Aids when applicable!

You can access our FAQ page through this link or by hovering over User Resources and clicking FAQ from our main website.

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