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Sponsored Awards Program Matrix

July 12, 2018

Internal Controls are the core of good stewardship of sponsored funds and of an effective Sponsored Programs Compliance Program. Due to the University’s vast scale as well as its decentralized environment, we recognize the importance of documenting controls, clarifying roles and responsibilities, and monitoring the effectiveness of controls. Effective, July 1, 2018, the...

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Charting Your Small Business’ Course with NIH

July 10, 2018

At NIH, we maintain a broad and diverse portfolio of biomedical and behavioral research. To turn discovery into health, promising technologies must move from the laboratory into clinical trials, into the marketplace, into the doctor’s office, and into our every-day lives. A key way to transition promising technologies out of the laboratory is through the commercialization process.

Small businesses help to achieve this commercialization goal. By strategically aligning research resources in academic...

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New Podcast on NIH Advisory Councils: Understanding What Happens During the Second Round of Peer Review

July 5, 2018

Have you ever wondered why your grant application must undergo a separate round of peer review—even after a panel of experts initially weighed in on its scientific merit and provided a score to consider when making funding decisions?

A new All About Grants podcast delves more into the second round of peer review at NIH (MP3 /...

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Rigorous Resources for Rigorous Research

July 2, 2018

Over two years ago, NIH rolled out a policy to enhance reproducibility of its supported research through rigor and transparency. Applicants and reviewers were required to devote more attention to four areas: the rigor of the prior research (scientific premise), the rigor of the proposed research (scientific rigor), consideration of biological variables including sex, and the authentication of key biological and/or chemical resources.

When the 21st Century Cures Act was passed later that same year...

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Cost Transfer Policy Updates

June 18, 2018
The Operations and Policy Committee (OPC) recently completed reviewing and updating the Cost Transfer Policy and Procedures. The following documents have been updated: Cost Transfer Request Form (*the Cost Transfer Form page contains the old form and new form to be used for cost transfer requests after July 1, 2018); OSP Cost Transfer Summary Flow Chart; Cost Transfer Policy; Cost Transfer FAQs; and the University's Cost Transfer Procedures. These updates will be effective for new cost... Read more about Cost Transfer Policy Updates
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