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RPPRs: Who Can Do What?

September 7, 2018

A new resource, RPPRs: Who Can Do What? provides a quick look at the Annual, Interim, and Final Research Performance Progress Reports (RPPRs), including information such as due dates and how to access RPPR links. It also charts what happens to the Interim RPPR when a Type 2, Competing Renewal application is submitted. Continue reading

NSF Orientation Video: "The Art and Science of Reviewing Proposals"

September 5, 2018
NSF has developed a short reviewer orientation video that provides helpful tips for writing high quality proposal reviews. 
 
NSF encourages all reviewers to watch the orientation video, “The Art and Science of Reviewing Proposals,” which can be accessed in FastLane through the Panelist Travel and Reimbursement page and the Proposal Review, Ad Hoc Reviewers page. You can also view the video directly at...
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GMAS Research Team User Guide Now Available

August 31, 2018

The GMAS Research Team (RT), Financial Conflict of Interest (fCOI), and Participation Agreement (PAs) User Guide is now available for department grant managers, explaining who should, and who should not, be on the research team, and how to update the research team through the life cycle of the grant. The research team will generate Conflict of Interest approvals for anyone listed as an investigator in the research team, and will generate Participation Agreement approvals for anyone listed in the research team.  Knowing who should and should not be included on the research team can...

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We Want Your Feedback About Results Reporting for Basic Science Studies Involving Human Participants

August 16, 2018

We have written several blogs and articles over the past two years about our efforts to enhance stewardship and transparency in clinical trial research. Indeed, earlier this year Congress applauded our efforts thus far and reaffirmed its commitment to ensuring public access to the results of the NIH-funded clinical trials through timely registration and results...

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New “All About Grants” Podcast on NIH’s Inclusion Across the Lifespan Policy

August 9, 2018

Starting January 29, 2019, NIH will begin implementing the Inclusion Across the Lifespan policy, which requires the consideration of age, along with sex/gender and race/ethnicity, in applications that involve human participants. What does this policy mean for you and your study?

Dawn Corbett, NIH’s Inclusion Policy Officer, answers these questions and more in another installment of the “All About Grants” podcast. Listen in for advice on designing your study to comply with the Inclusion Across the Lifespan policy (...

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A Look at the Human Subjects System

August 7, 2018

The Human Subjects System (HSS) system was launched in June 2018 and replaced the Inclusion Management System (IMS). Learn about HSS at a glance by viewing the new graphic on the new Human Subjects System webpage. The graphic orients users at different stages of the grants process to how and when they can use HSS to update study information. You can also find resources such as links to training, videos, and FAQs to better understand HSS.

 

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