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Continuing to Strengthen Inclusion Reporting on NIH-funded Phase III Trials

January 8, 2018

Much has been learned about how sex and race may contribute to differences in health outcomes and physiologic conditions (Clayton, 2014). We know that, for example, a specific drug used to treat insomnia requires different dosing for women and men.  African Americans with hypertension are more susceptible to stroke than whites with the same blood pressure levels (...

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Reminder: Changes for January 25, 2018 Application Due Dates

January 4, 2018

Two major changes impact applications submitted for due dates on or after January 25, 2018.

  • Applicants are required to use FORMS-E. Wondering what this means for late applications or reviewers submitting under the continuous submission policies? See NIH Guide Notice NOT-OD-17-062 to learn more.
  • Applications that include one or more clinical trials must be submitted in response to funding opportunity announcements that allow for clinical trials. See NIH Guide Notice ...
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Tips for Describing Human Subjects Studies in Multi-project Applications

December 30, 2017

The PHS Human Subjects and Clinical Trials Information form is new to all of us and will take some time to get used to this new approach to collecting human subjects information. If your Program Project or Center multi-project application involves human subjects research, here are a few things to keep in mind.

You’ll find the new form in the...

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Two Years (or so) of “Open Mike”

Two Years (or so) of “Open Mike”

December 29, 2017

Last year, as I reflected on finishing my first full year as NIH Deputy Director for Extramural Research, I noted five themes that reflected most of the content of this blog: applicant behavior, activity, and outcomes; peer review; basic science; biomedical research workforce and training; and scientific rigor, transparency, and research impact. Looking back on 2017, which was certainly a busy and active year, many of these themes continue to be at the forefront, though one in particular, the make-up and...

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Which Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) Should I Use if My Human Subject Research Study is Delayed Onset?

December 28, 2017

The type of FOA you will need depends on whether you anticipate that your delayed onset human subject study will meet the definition of a clinical trial.

If it will, you will need to choose a funding opportunity that explicitly allows clinical trials (it will be designated ‘Clinical Trial Optional’ or ‘Clinical Trial Required’). Be sure to check the ‘Anticipated Clinical Trial’ box when completing your Delayed Onset Study record within the...

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