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Investigators, research administrators, and those new to working with NIH grants and contracts will participate in the NIH Regional Seminar on Program Funding and Grants Administration, October 25-27, 2017, Baltimore, MD. This two-day seminar provides an understanding of how the NIH grants process and policies function. See NOT-OD-17-073
NIH’s Office of Science Policy works across NIH and with external stakeholders to promote science, safety and ethics in biomedical technology assessment, biosafety, and biosecurity. In July, they will be hosting a workshop entitled NIH Guidelines: Honoring the Past, Charting the Future. The event will celebrate the recent 40th anniversary of the Asilomar Conference by discussing the best ways to ensure a robust biosafety framework is in place to address emerging biotechnologies. This workshop, featuring a keynote address
Following the May 22 release, here is a quick reminder of the help content provided within and outside of GMAS. As we convert screens, the GMAS team works with individuals from different areas of the business to write help content that can be accessed directly from the screen. There are three different types of help content on the new screens:
Info appears in the top right of the converted screens when there is help content about the page.
Related links will also appear in the top right of the converted screens when there are
New to the NIH grant process? Ever wish someone would explain and walk you through applying for NIH grants step by step? If so, we hope our newest resource will be the next best thing to joining you for an in-person lesson.